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  • Tectonic landforms and Quaternary tectonics in Japan
  • Zur tektonischen Bearbeitung von Bohrkernen. (Tectonical treatment of drill cores)
  • Methodological references are given concerning the collection, documentation and evaluation of structural tectonic elements of cores. This is followed by the discussion of the most important results of investigation which are not only of regional
  • importance but of general interest with respect to tectonic questions, particularly joint tectonics. (HL).
  • Tectonics of the Rhenish Massif (Ardenne and Rheinisches Schiefergebirge)
  • Ardenne ; Belgium ; Regional geology ; Tectonics
  • Tectonic geomorphology : recent studies of faulting and tectonic landforms
  • Bibliography ; Earthquake ; Fault ; Global tectonics ; Natural hazards ; New Zealand ; Structural geomorphology ; Tectonics
  • Tectonic geomorphology
  • In this review, the A. examines the important developments in tectonic geomorphology at a wide range of spatial and temporal scales and the growing interest of geologists in geomorphology in general, and tectonic geomorphology in particular
  • Tectonic geomorphology, uplift rates and geomorphic response in New Zealand
  • Erosion ; Geomorphology ; Heave ; New Zealand ; Paleogeography ; Plate tectonics ; Tectonics
  • Tectonic causes of landslides
  • Appennino ; Applied geomorphology ; Fracture ; Italy ; Landslide ; Lineament ; Morphometry ; Neotectonics ; Sedimentary ; Tectonics ; Toscana
  • The relationship between mass movements and tectonic lineaments is investigated in the Pliocene sand and clay terrains of Montepulciano (Central Italy). Field mapping of geological and geomorphological features, remote sensing, aerial photograph
  • interpretation and morphometric analysis are used to determine the strength of the relationship between tectonics and landslides.
  • Strukturtektonische Arbeitsmethoden der Glazialtektonik. (Structural-tectonic working methods in glacial tectonic)
  • Structural tectonic working methods as used in the foundation rock and in the rock mechanics can be applied to the survey, documentation and interpretation of glacigenous deformations. Introducingly, experience in the finding-out of the pebbles
  • Is Australia a tectonically stable continent? Analysis of a myth and suggested morphological evidence of tectonism
  • Australia ; Concept ; Fault ; Geomorphology ; Myth ; Neotectonics ; Seismicity ; Shield ; Tectonic stability
  • Occasional references to the relative tectonic instability of the Australian continent have been published over the last hundred years. Despite this, it was repeatedly claimed that the shield lands in particular were tectonically stable
  • , and as recently as this century reference has been made to a concept embracing a tectonically inert continent. However, analyses of seismicity and faulting and regional geological mapping revealed widely distributed tectonic forms and especially fault-related
  • Large scale modelling of drainage evolution in tectonically active asymmetric intermontane basins using cellular automata
  • Tectonic geomorphology
  • Andalusia ; Drainage network ; Fault ; Graben ; Gully erosion ; Model ; Spain ; Tectonics
  • The aim of this paper is to model the sensitive of drainage systems to increased regional gradient at both the river-network scale and gully-system scale. The research is applied to a semi-arid region experiencing extensional tectonic activity
  • . The main assumption made throughout the paper is that large-scale tectonic stresses cause geological blocks to tilt and this has a profound influence on the drainage systems.
  • Paleo-landsurfaces and tectonics in the Upper Aterno Valley (Central Apennines)
  • Tectonic geomorphology
  • Appennino ; Fault ; Italy ; Mountain ; Neotectonics ; Palaeosurface ; Quaternary ; Spatial distribution ; Structural geomorphology ; Tectonics ; Vertical movement
  • This paper reports the investigations aimed at defining some aspects of Quaternary landscape features and their relationships to tectonic structures. The fundamental principles of, and assumptions about, landsurface analysis are presented. After
  • a brief summary of the most important observations made on the terrace sequences and structural features, the tectonic implications and a hypothetical field-based model are discussed.
  • Tectonic and magmatic evolution of the eastern Karakoram, India
  • Cretaceous ; Foraminifera ; Geochemistry ; India ; Karokoram ; Plate tectonics ; Regional geology ; Stratigraphy ; Subduction ; Tectonics ; Volcanic rock
  • The AA. report new field observations on stratigraphy, sedimentology, and geochemical data of plutonic rocks of the Shyok suture zone separaring the Ladakh terane to the SW from the Karakoram terrane to the NE. Six tectonic units have been
  • distinguished. The AA. outline the geology along a transect in the Nubra-Shyok river valleys. They describe a thick sedimentary-volcanic succession yielding Middle Cretaceous foraminifera. They also discuss the tectonic implications for regional correlation
  • Morphometric analysis and its relation to tectonics in Macaronesia
  • Atlantic Ocean ; Azores ; Canary Islands ; Cape Verde ; Fault ; Geomorphometry ; Island ; Madeira ; Model ; Plate tectonics ; Portugal ; Tectonics ; Volcanism
  • For an investigation of the relation between the morphology and the tectonics in the Macaronesian Islands (i.e. the geographical group of middle Atlantic Islands between 10°N and 40°N, orientations studies have been made of steeply dipping joints
  • of volcanic origin, has been significantly codesigned by tectonic processes.
  • Tectonics of Yugoslavie
  • On the connection between tidalfriction and plate tectonics
  • Plate tectonics: present and past in Evolution of the Earth's crust.
  • Plate tectonics.
  • Plate tectonics and crustal evolution.
  • Geomorphology of the Himalaya : a climato-tectonic framework
  • This paper describes the plate tectonics setting, geology, topography, precipitation, erosion processes, sediment yield, and geomorphology of the Himalaya, and, using a climato-tectonic framework, discusses the north-south variation in geomorphology
  • Use of soils and colluvial deposits in analyzing tectonic events. The southern Arava Rift, Israel
  • Arid area ; Catena ; Colluvium ; Fault ; Fluvial terrace ; Israel ; Pedogenesis ; Rift ; Soil ; Stratigraphy ; Tectonics
  • This study is aimed at distinguishing colluvial units which are tectonically induced from those which are not, by using pedogenic and stratigraphic characteristics.