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  • Mass movements in Southwest Germany : analyses and results from the Tübingen work group of the MABIS Project
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • Germany ; Holocene ; Mass movement ; Natural hazards ; Pleistocene ; Slope ; Thematic map
  • The Tübingen research group of the MABIS project examined mass movements on the Swabian Jurassic escarpment, the Keuper cuesta and the glacially formed Deggenhausen valley, using geomorphologic and pedologic field mapping, differentiation
  • Legends for mass movements in the MABIS-Project
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • Geomorphological map ; Geomorphometry ; Mass movement ; Mountain ; Project ; Slope ; Slope gradient ; Thematic mapping
  • To date, there have been various different legends used for the representation of mass movements in international publications. To ensure unified symbols for maps within the research projects and to enable geomorphogenetic mapping, the working
  • Temporal classification of mass movements on the Wellenkalk-scarp in Thuringia and northern Hesse - possibilities and limitations
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • C 14 dating ; Classification ; Dating ; Dendrochronology ; Germany ; Hessen ; Historical geography ; Holocene ; Mass movement ; Palynology ; Pleistocene ; Slope ; Slope dynamics ; Thuringia
  • Because there are considerable variations in the recorded density of mass movements and because there are no records from earlier periods (prehistoric Holocene / Pleistocene), it is necessary to employ additional dating method
  • such as dendrochronology, pollen analysis, radiocarbon dating and surface exposure dating (SED). Despite of the uncertainties the results indicate increasingly active mass movements afer the Subboreal period as well as during the Little Ice Age and a more frequent
  • occurrence of mass movements during the last fifty years - possibly partly due to improved information in the short historical and modern time scales.
  • Dating methods for mass movements studied by the MABIS Project
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • Absolute dating ; Dating ; Dendrology ; Geomorphometry ; Germany ; Mass movement ; Methodology ; Natural hazards ; Pollen analysis ; Slope
  • Different dating methods for mass movements used by researchers of the MABIS-Project are presented and evaluated. Due to subjective criteria, and because of different geologic and petrographic conditions, problems remain with a classification based
  • on morphometric attributes. Historical sources and dendrogeomorphology are useful only for dating very young landslide events. Absolute dating methods and paleontologic classifications (pollen analysis, macroflora, fauna) are preferable for older mass movements
  • Mass movements of various ages on the Swabian Jurassic escarpment : geomorphologic processes and their causes
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • C 14 dating ; Classification ; Escarpment ; Geomorphometry ; Germany ; Holocene ; Mass movement ; Natural hazards ; Palynology ; Pleistocene ; Slope ; Thematic map
  • Geomorphologic and pedologic field mapping, differentiation of solifluction layers and mineralogical analyses were employed to examine the mass movements. The goal of the investigations was to distinguish between Holocene and Pleistocene landslides
  • , to classify different, climate-driven cycles of slope evolution and to identify potential risk areas. This study further shows that recent mass movements in Pleistocene landslides areas generally were triggered by subsurface and surface water. These results
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany - objectives and main results of the MABIS project
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • Applied geomorphology ; Bavaria ; Escarpment ; Franconia ; Geomorphometry ; Germany ; Hessen ; Landslide ; Mass movement ; Methodology ; North Rhine Westfalia ; Risk ; Slope ; Slope dynamics ; Thuringia
  • Factors controlling mass movement susceptibility on the Wellenkalk-scarp in Hesse and Thuringia
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • Escarpment ; Geomorphometry ; Germany ; Hessen ; Landslide ; Lithology ; Mass movement ; Natural hazards ; Slope ; Slope dynamics ; Thuringia
  • Temporal occurrence of mass movements in the Bonn area
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • Bonn ; Germany ; Human impact ; Landslide ; Mass movement ; North Rhine Westfalia ; Precipitation ; Regional geology ; Seasonal variation ; Slope ; Twentieth Century
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • Dendrology ; Germany ; Hessen ; Mass movement ; Slope ; Slope dynamics ; Statistics
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • Cenozoic ; Escarpment ; Geographical information system ; Geomorphometry ; Germany ; Hessen ; Landslide ; Lithology ; Mass movement ; Model ; Natural hazards ; Soil mechanics
  • Mass movements in South, West and Central Germany
  • Cenozoic ; Dendrology ; Escarpment ; Geodesy ; Germany ; Hessen ; Mass movement ; Natural hazards ; Photointerpretation ; Precipitation ; Seasonal variation ; Slope ; Twentieth Century