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  • The dune systems of the Konya plain (Turkey) : their relation to environmental changes in Central Anatolia during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • Several sand flats located on the northern shores of the Late Pleistocene palaeolake of the Konya plain are related to changes in lake levels. In this paper, the two main dune systems are mapped according to their geomorphological, sedimentological
  • and dynamic characteristics, and their significance is discussed with regard to the environmental changes since the Late Pleistocene, both at time of the former lake and during the drier periods of the Holocene. The success of the stabilization programme
  • of the dunes over the last 30 years shows that the last period of dune movement is not related to climate change but to overpressure on the land.
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • Salt caves respond rapidly to environmental changes. Direct measurement and C 14 dating show that complex cross-sections may develop in a few hundred years. Two basic forms are discussed : 1) ingrowing vadose canyons where changing width may
  • correspond to changing discharge; 2) wide low passages with flat ceilings, developed by upward dissolution, which may indicate rising base level. Some cross-sections are deformed by Holocene tectonics.
  • Geomorphic response to climatic and environmental changes along a Central Asian transect during the Holocene
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • This paper discusses the geomorphic response to late Quaternary climatic changes, and to some extent, human impact, along an Asian transect running from Eastern Siberia via Mongolia and Tibet to India : Khangai Mountains of Mongolia, Darjeeling
  • Aeolian deposition and its effect on soil and vegetation changes on stabilised desert dunes in northern China
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • Spatial and temporal patterns of aeolian deposition at Shapotou, northern China, were studied on a chronosequence (0,12,29 and 37 years) of stabilised desert dunes. Aeolian deposition markedly influenced soil and vegetation changes on the dunes
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • The aim of this study was to analyze the changes of soil surface coverage along a sharp climatic gradient with emphasis on the differences between south and north facing slopes. Wet and a dry scenarios were considered as a framework to evaluate
  • possible future soil surface cover changes as a result of climate changes.
  • Soil erosion and climate change : the transect approach and the influence of scale
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • conditions and soil erosion and secondly, to study the changes that occur across major eco-geomorphological zones (i.e., zones in which particular soil-water-vegetation erosion relationships exist) on limestone in a progression from humid Mediterranean
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • Soil degradation is perceived as a major threat in the Mediterranean region due to changes in land-use and possible future climate change. In this paper, an attempt is made to give an overview of soil aggregation from different semi-natural
  • or abandoned sites, and to assess whether soil aggregation might be considered as a key-indicator for up-scaling and of sensitivity to environmental changes.
  • Geomorphology and late Holocene climatic change in Northeastern Spain
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • Physicochemical, mineralogical, and geochemical characteristics of lacustrine sediments of the Konya Basin, Turkey, and their significance in relation to climatic change
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • that the climatic conditions governing sedimentation during the Holocene changed from humid and subhumid to the present subarid conditions, but was interrupted by a phase of increased humidity. The varying character of solid bedrock caused different weathering
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • of the hillslopes to environmental change.
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • of Tigray. This analysis gives evidence of important environmental changes in the surrounding area, from the early Holocene to the present.
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change
  • Special issue. Geomorphic response of mediterranean and arid areas to climate change