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  • Macromorphologically, the study area in Pannonian Croatia is basically a mountain-and-basin region. Geologically, it is on the W border of the Pannonian Basin, in contact with Forealpian structures. Special importance is rendered to tectonic
  • movements in the origin of geological and geomorphological features. Various types of structures have been selected for study and recognised as particular types of morphostructure. Examples of relief properties suggest a relationship between orography
  • , geological structure and faults. The consequences of extension, compression and transgression, especially along transcurrent faults are investigated.
  • 1997
  • Geological setting, U-Pb geochronology, and radiogenic isotopic characteristics of the Permo-Triassic Kutcho Assemblage, north-central British Colummbia
  • 1997
  • Environmental geological research in the Lake Balaton region
  • 1997
  • Geological structure ; Hungary ; Lithology ; Periglacial features ; Plant cover ; Pleistocene ; Slope exposure ; Slope gradient ; Soil water
  • between individual factors : geological structure, rocks, slope type and exposure, early Pleistocene topography, climatic conditions and percentage vegetation cover. Under identical conditions it was found that there is a striking regional asymmetry
  • 1997
  • This paper examines the drainage basin of the Irminio River, in the southern sector of Sicily, and concerns the evolution of its delta, which became submerged in the recent geological past and in the present historical period. The evolution
  • of the subaqueous delta was deduced from the geological and historical-archaeological data and also from comparison of the 1992, 1985 and 1967 bathymetric surveys.
  • 1997
  • The geological control, origine and significance of inselbergs in the Sudetes, NE Bohemian Massif, Central Europe
  • 1997
  • Anthropogenic erosion ; Cartography ; Fluvial processes ; Fluvial terrace ; Geological structure ; Geomorphological mapping ; Human impact ; Romania ; Tectonics ; Volcanism
  • of relief units, a morphostructural map, as well as 2 geomorphological cross-sections (scale 1:25,000) revealing both the landforms and the geological structure, i.e. rock compositions and strata inclination.
  • 1997
  • The geologic and biologic diversity, multiphase tectonics and special geomorphologic phenomena formed the Protected Landscape Region Železné hory (Ferrons Mts.). Changes of river and valley network, attractive local relief and geoenvironmental
  • 1997
  • The A. draws a clear distinction between relief classification and typology. Relief types are units clearly delimited in space, which show characteristic features of the groups theoretically formed by classification criteria (geological conditions
  • 1997
  • This article provides a review of reconstructions of the last Barents ice mass, and compares these models with geological and palaeoceanographic information from the area in order to provide a summary of what is presently known, and to indicate
  • 1997
  • 1997
  • [b1] Dep. Geological Sciences, Case Western Reserve Univ., Cleveland, Etats-Unis
  • 1997
  • [b1] Geological Survey of Canada, Vancouver, Canada
  • in the hydrogeological system of the Hévíz lake. The paleogeographical reconstruction was based on large-scale geological models. A special attention was paid to the geomorphological control on sedimentation and karstification. The consequences of differential erosion
  • 1997
  • influences on present-day slope evolution : rocks, geological structure, slope parameters, drainage and human pressure. A detailed mapping of the area and map analyses have proven that the diversity of slope evolution is reflected by morphodynamics as well
  • 1997
  • . The A. investigates the area where the density of dolines is highest and investigates the relationships between doline occurrence and geological/geomorphological conditions.
  • 1997
  • After outlining the geological, structural and geomorphological features of the area, the AA. discuss the morphological changes which occurred in the Sangro River pattern and its alluvial plain from 1875 to 1992 as a result of construction of major
  • 1997
  • 1997
  • [b1] Coastal Geology Group, British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Royaume-Uni
  • European part of Russia ; Geochemistry ; Geological field ; Hydrochemistry ; Ural Mountains ; Water
  • 1997
  • Geographical information system ; Geological map ; Geophysics ; Regional geology
  • 1997