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  • The geological development of the North-Frisian Islands in Geomorphology of the Wadden Sea area, final report of the section Geomorphology of the Wadden Sea Working Group.
  • The oldest part consists of the three northerly islands of Sylt, Fohr and Amrum, which started their development in the Pleistocene. The southerly islands are partly remnants of a vast medieval coastal landscape and partly they have newly developed
  • 1980
  • The development of the westernmost part of the Wadden Sea in historical time in Geomorphology of the Wadden Sea area, final report of the section Geomorphology of the Wadden Sea Working Group.
  • The history of this part may serve as an example for the development of other parts of the Wadden Sea. Historical information on this area dates back to Roman times, but until the 10-12th century the data are very scanty. In the 15th and 16th
  • century detailed maps are published. Since then the development can be followed closely. (From the authors introduction).
  • 1980
  • Main features of the development of the Wadden Sea area are described: limitation of the area, the rise of the sea level since the Weichselian Glaciation, the sediment balance, the coastal development and the international position of the Wadden Sea
  • 1980
  • The development of the East-Frisian area of Juist and Norderney in Geomorphology of the Wadden Sea area, final report of the section Geomorphology of the Wadden Sea Working Group.
  • 1980
  • The landscapes and form elements of the Wadden Sea region are predominantly of marine origin, but as they have developed along with a general rise in sea level and a transgression of the coastal region, the landscape details are of a very complex
  • 1980