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  • The karst landforms of the northern Franconian Jura between the rivers Pegnitz and Vils in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • The landforms in the north of the Federal Republic of Germany and their development in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • The landforms of the German Alps and the Alpine Foreland in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • The major landform regions in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • On the basis of the morphostructural pattern, of the existing landform associations and of their morphogenetic development, the areas of the Federal Republic of Germany can be subdivided into five major landform regions : the North German Lowlands
  • Homoclinal ridges in Lower Saxony in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Recent investigations of structure-controlled landforms such as homoclinal ridges agree that, in general, these landforms are transitional stages within a landform development sequence that includes valley deepening, valley widening, pediment
  • Geoecological aspects of the Late Pleistocene and Holocene evolution of the Berlin lakes in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • The importance of loess in the interpretation of geomorphological processes and for dating in the Federal Republic of Germany in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • The A. studies the function of loess in the interpretation of recent and subrecent landform development, the dating of landforms, and its utilization as an indicator of the nature of paleoclimates.
  • Landform development and soil structure of the northern Federal Republic of Germany. Their role in groundwater resources management in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Structural landforms and planation surfaces in southern Lower Saxony in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • The areas in southern Lower Saxony provide examples of the spatial association and synchronous evolution of structural and sculptural landforms in which, under the influence of short term changes of tectonic and climatic conditions in the recent
  • geological past, the development of extensive truncation surfaces was increasingly restricted and superseded by the development of parapediments and by the accentuation of structural landforms.
  • Geomorphology of limestone areas in the northeastern Rhenish Slate Mountains in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Geomorphological aspects of the Odenwald in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Fluvial action and valley development in the central and southern Black Forest during the Late Quaternary in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Glacial and periglacial morphology of the Lüneburg Heath in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Soil formation in displaced Pleistocene aeolian sands in the Nordlinger Ries in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Late Pleistocene and Holocene development of the Danube valley east of Regensburg in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • The Pleistocene Iller glaciers and their outwash fields in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Dolomite weathering and micromorphology of paleosoils in the Franconian Jura in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • On the geomorphology of the south German scarplands in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Suspended load yield of a small alpine drainage basin in Upper Bavaria in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • The Central German Uplands in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.