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  • Polish National Committee of IGBP-Global Change: structures and activities
  • Global change: polish perspectives
  • Changement global ; Coopération internationale ; Niveau marin ; Pollution atmosphérique ; Pologne ; Programme de recherche ; Recherche ; Réchauffement climatique ; Variation climatique
  • Atmospheric pollution ; Climatic variation ; Climatic warming ; Global change ; International cooperation ; Poland ; Research ; Research programme ; Sea level
  • Statut et membres du Comité National Polonais du programme de recherche IGPB-Changement Global. Réunions et publications récentes.
  • Changes of river channels in Europe during the Holocene
  • Changing river channels
  • The A. describes the diversity of existing river channels on the European territory and their evolution during last 18 ka BP. He discuss the role of various factors starting from climatic changes influencing the hydrological regime, the tectonic
  • factor, lithological factor, deglaciation, marine transgression and anthropogenic impact. In reality the changes in the channel pattern depend on the combination of various factors. - (DG)
  • Frequency of extreme hydroclimatically induced as a key to understanding environmental changes in the Holocene
  • Water environment and society in times of climatic change
  • During the Holocene were identified episodes with higher frequency of extreme events like heavy downpours, continuous rains, rainy phases, rapid decades. All of them are reflected in sedimentary sequences, in relief and biotic changes
  • 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
  • Palaeohydrology and environmental change
  • To provide characteristics of present-day extreme events which may serve as a key to better recognition of past hydrological changes, the upper Vistula basin was taken as an example. The observations are mainly related to last 100-150 years
  • Characteristics of main sites dated by the radiocarbon method. The AA. indicate very distinct phase of late-periglacial downcuting followed by change from braided to meandering channels. Short phase of aggradation during the Younger Dryas. Early
  • of events, phases of higher frequency of extreme events, cyclic changes of longer duration. The assumption about positive correlation between size and age of the forms is frequently not valid. The A. underlines 3 principal regularities in relief evolution
  • Past hydrological events related to understanding global change