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  • Previously a small village, Komló was declared a town in 1951. The town centre was built on Miocene sequence of sands, clays and clay marls. Before the developments the most typical landforms were landslide tongues, gullies and small alluvial fans
  • on the flanks of the Kaszárnya valley, which cuts through the town. New housing areas were established in stages on interstream ridges of moderate landslide hazard and, to a lessser extent, on their slopes of strong landslide hazard. Urban development resulted
  • in the following changes of geomorphic processes. Subsidiary investments accompanying urban development reduced landslide hazard.
  • 1997
  • -geochemical analyses 2 different groups of formation could be identified and their development and geochronology established.
  • 1997
  • The Curvature Carpathians (between the Trotus and Dâmbovita river valleys) are the most complex sector of the Subcarpathians. They developed in the Carpathian foreland depression during the Miocene and Pliocene. This paper deals with the various
  • 1997
  • The present-day face of the Bükk Mountains began to develop in the Miocene, when the Tertiary planated surface started to be dissected by valley incision and pedimentation. Karst processes on Triassic limestones intensified from the Pleistocene
  • 1997
  • Field observations and laboratory analyses (grain size composition, water saturation and frost chamber experiments) show that a number of factors influenced the development of periglacial features in the S-Bükk. There is a close interrelationship
  • 1997