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  • Human impact on sediment dynamics - quantification and timing
  • Sediment dynamics. Special issue
  • This special issue provides a selection of papers (7/24) that were presented at the European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly in Vienna (April 2007) in session GM19 on Quantifying and modelling human and climate controlled sediment dynamics
  • on the human impact on sediment dynamics, the methodologies used and the spatial and temporal scales considered.
  • Holocene sediment budgets for upland catchments : the problem of soilscape model and data availability
  • Sediment dynamics. Special issue
  • Action anthropique ; Allemagne ; Bassin-versant ; Bilan sédimentaire ; Erosion des sols ; Holocène ; Modèle ; Périglaciaire ; Rheinland-Pfalz ; Taux de sédimentation ; Utilisation du sol
  • Germany ; Holocene ; Human impact ; Land use ; Model ; Periglacial features ; Rhineland-Palatinate ; Sediment budget ; Sedimentation rate ; Soil erosion ; Watershed
  • This study presents a Holocene sediment budget for the upland catchment of the Speyerbach in the Palatinate Forest, southwestern Germany. The influences of both, data availability and the choice of an appropriate soilscape model on the sediment
  • budget calculations are investigated. For budget calculations the spatial distribution of soils was derived from the soil map 1:50,000. In order to model the sediment budget a reference soil thickness (a so-called soilscape model), which represents
  • thickness of the MSS is a crucial point. Therefore a statistical model using the local profile descriptions of the soil database for the Speyerbach catchment was set up. The error estimation for sediment budget based on the Speyerbach data is complicated
  • Sediment dynamics. Special issue
  • A Holocene sediment budget was constructed for the Dijle catchment in the Belgian loess belt, in order to understand long-term sediment dynamics. Hillslope sediment redistribution was calculated using soil profile information from 809 soil augerings