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  • Shoreline displacement and Pineios River diversions in NW Peloponnese (Greece) as result of the geology,active tectonics and human activity during the last 100 ky
  • Quaternary geomorphology in tectonically active areas with emphasis in fluvio-coastal processes
  • The lower alluvial Pineios River has reacted to major geological controls, surface deformation and uplift movements caused by the activity of the recently mapped Pineios normal fault zone and salt tectonics in Kyllini peninsula resulting
  • in the river flow diversion from north to south at completely different open sea areas. The effects of the geological, tectonic and neotectonic activity and the impact of the human presence and influence on the lower Pineios River are presented in this paper
  • Reconstruction of modern debris flow activity in the arctic environment with the use of dwarf shrubs (south-western Spitsbergen) – a new dendrochronological approach
  • Quaternary geomorphology in tectonically active areas with emphasis in fluvio-coastal processes
  • The aim of the paper is to show the potential of tundra dwarf shrubs in dendrochronological reconstructions of debris flow activity in the High Arctic. Wood anatomy characteristics of shrubs, such as : the number of growth rings in collected
  • surface. Analyses of reaction wood and scars can only support the dating of debris flows, because these anatomic features can also be developed as results of snow creeping or animal activities. There is a possibility of dating the periods
  • of intensification in debris flow activity with the use of dendrochronology and dwarf shrubs, and with the one-year precision. The comparison of the time of debris flow occurrence with meteorological data, may, in future, allow determining the conditions of debris
  • Quaternary geomorphology in tectonically active areas with emphasis in fluvio-coastal processes
  • in order to yield ages of tectonic and eustatic changes. Besides, the coastal areas of Navarino have exhibited evidence of human activity since prehistoric times. Ancient human activity was controlled by coastal processes and thus its remains may comprise
  • Quaternary geomorphology in tectonically active areas with emphasis in fluvio-coastal processes
  • of hydrothermal activity. Heavy biogenic encrustations cover the volcanic rock outcrops on the flanks of both Yali and Strongyli. Analysis of recovered samples will provide information about their relationship to the geology of the nearby islands.
  • Quaternary geomorphology in tectonically active areas with emphasis in fluvio-coastal processes
  • Quaternary geomorphology in tectonically active areas with emphasis in fluvio-coastal processes
  • Quaternary geomorphology in tectonically active areas with emphasis in fluvio-coastal processes