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  • Arid geomorphology
  • Studies on the geomorphological features of the fluvial plains in Japan focusing the distribution on the geomorphological land classification and its application
  • The geomorphology of the fluvial plain based on the landform order, especially the distribution of intermontane depressions and gorges in the upper reaches. Geomorphological land classification and its application especially for geomorphological
  • Thirty years of detailed geomorphological mapping
  • Geomorphological survey and mapping
  • Cartography;Mapping ; Concept ; Geomorphology ; Methodology ; Photointerpretation ; Remote sensing ; Topography
  • The method of geomorphological mapping was adopted in many European and non-European countries, especially over the 1956-1986 period. Yet, mapping methods, especially of compilation of detailed geomorphological maps, still need to be made uniform
  • . Such maps are intended to determine the development of geomorphology and, simultaneously, are of considerable value for rational economic planning purposes.
  • Coastal geomorphology in The geomorphology of Southern Africa.
  • The littoral zone is one of the most complex geomorphic systems subject to many geomorphological factors, including waves, sediment supply, climate sea levels and tectonics.
  • Perspectives in geomorphology. Papers from the first British-German symposium on geomorphology, University of Würzburg 24 th-29 th september 1979
  • Congrès ; Géographie physique ; Géomorphologie ; Méthodologie ; Symposium on geomorphology, Würzburg, 1979 ; Technique de recherche
  • The 21th anniversary conference of the British Geomorphological Research Group on the problem of large scale geomorphology, London 26-30th March, 1981
  • (Londres, 26-30 mars 1981) ; British Geomorphological Research Group ; Congrès ; Echelle ; Géographie physique ; Géomorphologie ; Royaume-Uni
  • Perspectives on studies of badland geomorphology in Badland geomorphology and piping.
  • Introduction aux textes rassemblés par R. Bryan et A. Yair dans Geomorphology and piping Résumé des concepts et des résultats récents dans la recherche.
  • Environmental geomorphology in Hungary in Environmental and dynamic geomorphology.
  • The double aim of geomorphology in Hungary (its impact on the main factors of the physical environment and on land use and economy on the one hand and the effects of relief instability and dynamic disequilibria on human activity on the other
  • On the problem of geomorphological prediction in Geomorphological models. Theoretical and empirical aspects.
  • A new approach to forecasting is introduced, based on the concept of process development, i.e. a functional geomorphological forecast which presents in essence a search and analysis of combinations of geographic situations and their evaluation
  • 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
  • Geomorphological analysis of the Stožecká hornatina (Mountains)
  • Czech Republic ; Geomorphology ; Mountain
  • A complex geomorphological analysis of the relief of Stožecká hornatina Mts (Šumava). The structural relief features and a high number of cryogenous forms give to that territory an original geomorphological character, which is only seldom
  • Basiese geomorfologie. Basic geomorphology
  • An introduction to the basics of modern systematic geomorphology according to the systems approach.
  • Introduction in Applied geomorphology.
  • Selection of papers presented at the British Geomorphological Research Group's meeting in Birmingham in September 1982.
  • Cartographic aspects of geomorphological maps of polar areas
  • Cold area ; Geomorphology ; Spitsbergen ; Thematic mapping;Thematic cartography
  • Methodology in geomorphology : traditions and hypocrisy
  • Concept ; Geomorphology ; Methodology ; Research
  • Geomatics ; Geomorphology ; Numerical model
  • The paper presents the concept of digital geomorphology, situated on the boundary between geomorphology and geomatics. The digital geomorphology is characterized by: utilization of digital terrain data, use of modern measurement technologies
  • in the fieldwork, utilization of the main GIS functions in the analysis of geographical data and geostatistical methods in the construction of the digital geomorphological model (DGM). The digital geomorphology opens new investigative research fields, which
  • Environmental and dynamic geomorphology.
  • The collection is dedicated to the First International Congress on geomorphology, Manchester, Sept. 1985. Case studies are drawn from Hungary that illustrate the interactions between landforms and other environmental factors, long-term relief
  • evolution, landform typologies and geomorphological mapping. Papers on geomorphological concepts underline the increasing role played by geomorphology in regional and physical planning. (DLO).
  • Soil geomorphology―Present dilemmas and future challenges
  • Geomorphology : the research frontier and beyond
  • Chronosequence ; Concept ; Geomorphology ; Model ; Slope ; Soil ; Soil erosion ; Soil properties ; Soil science
  • This paper outlines some of the challenges facing geomorphology and suggests ways in which these problems may be tackled by an approach that integrates pedology and geomorphology.
  • Geomorphology as science : the role of theory
  • Concept ; Geomorphology ; Sciences ; Theory
  • The most useful view of geomorphology as a science is one in which theory is seen as central, but fragile, and in which theory and observation are viewed symbiotically with theory providing the generative force and observation providing a vital
  • policing role. Much of the current debate in geomorphology centers around differences in characteristics of theory, type of scientific arguments, and metaphysical perspectives among investigators working at different temporal scales. Full recognition
  • and understanding of these differences are essential for developing a unified approach to the science of geomorphology.
  • Arid geomorphology
  • Aeolian features ; Aerosol ; Alluvial cone ; Arid area ; Dune ; Duricrust ; Dust ; Geochronology ; Geomorphology ; Remote sensing
  • 1997 has seen further evidence of the wide variety of issues and approaches impacting studies of the geomorphology of drylands. The dynamic nature of this field of geomorphology is also indicated by the number of special or theme sessions devoted
  • to this speciality at major meetings in 1997, including annual meetings of the Association of American Geographers and the Geological Society of America, as well as the 4th International Conference on Geomorphology in Bologna, Italy.
  • PIEDMONT GEOMORPHOLOGY OF IWAKI VOLCANO
  • Fluvial geomorphology
  • Fluvial geomorphology
  • Periglacial geomorphology and permafrost
  • Geomorphology laboratory manual with report forms
  • Urban geomorphology in Kuala Lumpur
  • Geomorphological assets evaluation
  • Geomorphology and geoecology. Applied geomorphology
  • Applied geomorphology ; Concept ; Environment ; Human impact ; Impact study ; Landscape ; Natural hazards
  • After a general introduction into the problems of the evaluation of geomorphological assets and man and- environment relationships, the AA. discuss the relationships between geomorphology and Environmental Impact Assessment. The concept
  • of geomorphological asset has an inherent social implication. The integral concept of the landscape permits to offer to the political component the basic elements needed for correct and efficient choices.
  • Environmental geomorphology in Hungary
  • Geomorphology and geoecology. Applied geomorphology
  • Agropedology ; Applied geomorphology ; Cartography;Mapping ; Environment ; Forestry ; Geo-ecology ; Hungary ; Land use ; Model ; Mountain ; Relief
  • During the last decades the assessment of topography for various practical purposes has brought about a new research trend, environmental geomorphology. Several methods for environmental geomorphological mapping are presented : 1) applied
  • engineering geomorphological (geotechnical) mapping; 2) relief assessment mapping for land use survey and land evaluation; 3) relief assessment mapping for the allocation of various facilities (for instance, small reservoirs, garbage or toxic waste disposal
  • Application of modern geomorphological methods in theory and practice: case study of the Bohemian Highlands (Czech Republic)
  • Czech Republic ; Geographical information system ; Geomorphological mapping ; Geomorphology ; Human impact ; Mass movement ; Methodology ; Mountain ; Soil erosion ; Structural geomorphology
  • This paper deals with an application of geomorphological methods such as morphostructural analysis, detailed geomorphological mapping and computer analysis in the Geographical Information System ARC/INFO, in the field and discusses their application
  • at the building trade, ecology, etc. The A. applied them to geomorphological research in the northeastern part of the Hercynian Bohemian Highlands.
  • The reenchantment of geomorphology
  • A century ago the scientific study of landforms was in its Golden Age. In this paper, the AA. are critical of certain modern trends in Geomorphology. In seeking reductionist, mechanistic explanations for geomorphological phenomena, the science has
  • Computing Appalachian geomorphology in Appalachian geomorphology.
  • Teaching aspects of South African coastal geomorphology
  • A plea is made for a better understanding of basic geology in the teaching of coastal geomorphology. The South African coastal geomorphology is then examined as an illustration. - (AJC)
  • A kisérleti geomorfologia targya és modszerei. (Subject and methods of experimental geomorphology)
  • The quantitative revolution in the natural sciences has brought about new trends in geomorphology too. Experimental geomorphology is the discipline which establishes relationships between landforms, processes and materials under controlled
  • The principal geomorphological units of Europ recognized in the 1: 1 000 000 geomorphological map of Poland in Pour Fernand Joly.
  • IGU Working groups on the geomorphology of river and coastal plains, geomorphological survey and mapping, and morphotectonics
  • Tectonic geomorphology, uplift rates and geomorphic response in New Zealand
  • Erosion ; Geomorphology ; Heave ; New Zealand ; Paleogeography ; Plate tectonics ; Tectonics
  • Quantitative evidence for uplift and incision rates is evaluated. The relationship between uplift and erosion rates is discussed, and the morphological response evaluated. The resulting geomorphological regions are outlined.
  • Small islands and geomorphology : eview and prospect in the context of historical geomorphology
  • Largescale geomorphologic pattern of the Wadden Sea area in Geomorphology of the Wadden Sea area, final report of the section Geomorphology of the Wadden Sea Working Group.
  • The main landscape types of the Wadden Sea area are shown on a small scale geomorphological map.
  • The geomorphology of the Dolomites from a geomorphodiversity viewpoint
  • Alps (The) ; Geomorphodiversity ; Geomorphology ; Geomorphosite ; Inheritated geomorphological features ; Italy ; Mountain ; Natural heritage ; UNESCO
  • The Dolomites make up an important geo-heritage that can be considered as a high-altitude field laboratory for research and development of geomorphological theories and understanding. The A. stresses that on June 26th 2009 the Dolomites were
  • included in the World Heritage List because of their scientific importance from the geological and geomorphological point of view, together with their exceptional beauty and unique landscape. Furthermore, this inclusion is an important scientific goal
  • and an event which stimulates in-depth studies, discussions and assessment of investigations and theories in the field of Geomorphology. - (NF)
  • Geomorphology and the World Wide Web
  • Geomorphology in the public eye : policy issues, education, and the public. Special issue
  • Data bank ; Geomorphology ; Internet ; Software ; Teaching of geography ; Technology
  • Specifically, this paper focuses on ways to employ computer technology to present geomorphologic information and progress through a hierarchy of knowledge from first-order facts to higher-order ideas, to a level of understanding of dynamic, Earth
  • -system science. The AA. provide examples from their classes and address issues associated with plagiarism and intellectual property rights. Teaching and research in geomorphology are undergoing a beneficial, but sometimes problematic, transition
  • with the new technology. Geomorphology can only prosper from the benefits offered by computer technologies.
  • South African geomorphology : critical choices for the future
  • Bibliographic analysis ; Climatic geomorphology ; Congress ; Earth surface processes ; Geomorphology ; Research ; Soil erosion ; South Africa ; Twentieth Century
  • The trends in southern African geomorphology, based on a review of some 1500 journal articles and 11 conference proceedings from both the local Geomorphology Association and Geography Society are reviewed. They are contrasted with developments
  • within the discipline as a whole represented by more than 3000 abstracts in the proceedings of international congresses on geomorphology between 1985 and 2000 . - (AJC)
  • Geomorphological conservation and public policy in England : a geomorphological critique of English Nature's Natural Areas approach
  • England ; Environment ; Environmental management ; Geomorphology ; Land use ; Landscape dynamics ; Nature reserve ; United Kingdom ; Web site
  • This paper reviews the geomorphological content of the 120 Natural Area Profiles, eight regional summaries and the relevant pages of the English Nature web site. It concludes that wildlife conservation, which dominates the profiles, has fully
  • grasped the principles of conservation in the wider countryside, but geomorphological conservation has largely missed the opportunities provided. What is needed is a strengthening of geomorphological/Quaternary conservation with English Nature and its
  • Local Area Teams, a more detailed approach to geomorphological description of the Natural Areas which recognizes landform evolution, landform character and sensititvity to change, and improved links between geomorphology and the land-use planning system.
  • 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
  • across the Himalaya. The paper concentrates on the Nepal Himalaya, where erosion rates, geomorphology, and geology are better known.
  • Subject and methodology of experimental geomorphology in Environmental and dynamic geomorphology.
  • Dissatisfied with previous definitions, author presents his opinion that experimental geomorphology reveals relationships, and regularities between landforms, geomorphic processes and the materials involved in the processes on the basis
  • Repeatedly buried and exhumed relict forms. Explanation of geomorphological surfaces in Environmental and dynamic geomorphology.
  • Geomorphological surfaces (erosional surfaces, pediments, terraces and others) and their dating are indispensable tools for the reconstruction and staging of long-term relief evolution. An evolution model of repeated erosional and burial periods
  • The nature and objectives of applied geomorphological mapping in Applied geomorphological mapping : methodology by example.
  • The development of applied geomorphological survey and mapping is outlined. Three main types of survey are distinguished : analytical, synthetic and pragmatic. The paper stresses the importance of coordination among earth scientists, planners
  • Geomorphology of Portugal
  • Fifth European intensive course on applied geomorphology. Mediterranean and urban areas
  • Cenozoic ; Geomorphology ; Landform evolution ; Mesozoic ; Portugal ; Relief ; Structural geomorphology
  • Orfordness : geomorphological conservation perspectives
  • Coastal environment ; Concept ; England ; Geomorphology ; Nature conservation ; United Kingdom
  • This paper reviews conflicts between coastal defence strategies and the scientific study of geomorphological processes at the coast, and presents the results of a survey of the scientific importance of geomorphological features within the site
  • The role of geomorphology in environmental impact assessment
  • Environment ; Geomorphology ; Human impact ; Impact ; Landslide ; Natural hazards
  • This paper aims to define the role of Geomorphology in the assessment of the impact of human activities on the environment. Environmental impact assessment (EIA) should be carried out for specific projects, in order to evaluate their suitability
  • for the quality of the environment. The relationships between humans and environment are taken into account, with particular attention to the effects of a project on the geomorphological environment. Examples of different are presented.
  • Hierarchies and spatial scale in process geomorphology : a review
  • Earth surface processes ; Geomorphology ; Geosystem ; Model ; Scale ; Spatial scale
  • The objective of this study is to review field evidence from the geomorphological literature relevant to the spatial scale problem, and to generalize the findings by developing a series of propositions. This paper presents these propositions
  • , synthesized into a coherent framework to form the philosophical foundation for dealing with the spatial scale problem in process geomorphology.
  • Fluvial geomorphology : where do we go from here?
  • Geomorphology : the research frontier and beyond
  • Ecology ; Environment ; Fluvial processes ; Forecast;Prediction ; Geomorphology ; Hydraulic works ; Land use ; Model ; Research
  • After a brief history of fluvial geomorphology, the A. considers the linkages with ecology, engineering, recreation and landuse managers and environmental studies. He outlines the part of modelling and prediction.
  • On reductionism and emergence in geomorphology
  • Concept ; Determinism ; Geomorphology ; Geophysics ; Landscape ; Model ; Philosophy
  • This paper examines the philosophical, theoretical and practical problems involved in bridging the gap between studies of geomorphological processes and explanations of landscape development. It argues that process geomorphology is essentially
  • Geomorphological applications of cosmogenic isotope analysis
  • Bibliography ; Dating ; Erosion rate ; Geochemistry ; Geomorphology ; Isotope analysis ; Mass movement ; Weathering
  • The AA. focus on the geomorphological applications of in situ-produced cosmogenic isotope analysis. The past decade has seen a rapid growth in applications of cosmogenic isotope analysis to a wide range of geomorphological problems
  • Introduction to the geomorphology of the Wadden Sea area in Geomorphology of the Wadden Sea area, final report of the section Geomorphology of the Wadden Sea Working Group.
  • Geomorphology for soil survey : a case study from the humid tropics (Peninsular Malaysia) in Applied geomorphological mapping : methodology by example.
  • The importance of geomorphology within the process of soil survey is illustrated empirically for test areas and discussed in the light of current practices of soil survey for land-use planning purposes. The limits to the use of geomorphological
  • The applicability of large-scale geomorphological mapping to erosion control and soil conservation in a research area in Tuscany in Applied geomorphological mapping : methodology by example.
  • In the context of a long-term project in a north-Mediterranean research unit, detailed soil erosion surveys have been carried out. Role of the large-scale geomorphological mapping in erosion research on the basis of the geomorphological map
  • A study on fluvial dynamic geomorphology and its experiment and simulation
  • As a branch of geomorphology, the fluvial dynamic geomorphology is a marginal science among fluid dynamics, sediment mechanics and fluvial geomorphology. With physical modelling by similarity based on Newtonian mechanics, and principle of the same
  • effect but different structure based on systematic theory, it is possible to study properties, formation and processes in fluvial dynamic geomorphology. A new research method, which is a combination of mathematical simulation by computer with physical
  • Geomorphology and global sustainability - with an example from the Canadian Cordillera
  • High mountain geomorphology
  • Avalanche ; Canada ; Climatic variation ; Ecology ; Environmental conservation ; Geo-ecology ; Geomorphology ; Global change ; High mountain ; Mountain ; Natural hazards
  • It is suggested that the global sustainability debate would benefit from more active participation by geomorphologists and that geomorphology would itself benefit by embracing sustainable development research more explicitly. Agenda 21's action
  • programs, comprising 40 priority research areas, is seen to require geomorphological expertise; it is also argued that solutions to the identified problems can only be anticipated through interdisciplinary collaboration.
  • Urban geomorphology of China
  • Geomorphology and geoecology. Applied geomorphology
  • Applied geomorphology ; China ; Earthquake ; Flood ; Freezing ; Geomorphology ; Mass movement ; Natural hazards ; Urbanization ; Wind
  • Quantificational reductionism as a risk in geography instanced by the 1 : 25 000 geomorphological map of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Geomorphological survey and mapping
  • Cartography;Mapping ; Concept ; Ecology ; Geomorphology ; Germany ; Scale
  • Reduction is the underlying principle of the Geomorphological Map (GMM) legends. The risk inherent in reduction is that the disintegration of complex phenomena into their elements can be irreversible. The synthesis of the complex from a precise
  • knowledge of the individual elements is therefore precluded. The question arising from this is whether it is still expedient, for the object of geomorphological research, to pursue the degree of reduction proposed in the GMM legend.
  • Soil erosion in developing countries: where geomorphology fears to tread!
  • Experimental geomorphology and landscape ecosystem changes (proceedings memorial symposium Prof. Jan De Ploey)
  • Applied geomorphology ; Concept ; Developing countries ; Forecast ; Model ; Rill wash ; Soil erosion
  • Geomorphology claims an expertise in the study of soil erosion and the development of conservation solutions. As applied scientists, geomorphologists could assist their cause greatly by providing quality information on erosion process rates
  • and their impact in a timely and applicable way. Descrpitive and predictive models hold scope for extending geomorphological information beyond empirical confines. Examples throughout the paper are drawn from projects in South Asia, South America and southern
  • Glacial geomorphology : modelling processes and landforms
  • Geomorphology : the research frontier and beyond
  • The first section of this paper provides a very brief overview of the main trends in Anglo-American glacial geomorphology from 1900 to the present. The A. then discusses more detail work on process modeling of glacial landform development, an area
  • which he considers to be one of the major research frontiers in glacial geomorphology. This provides a basis for exploring what research techniques and priorities in glacial geomorphology might be like in the twenty-first century.
  • Explanatory notes of the Geomorphological map of the Alta Badia valley (Dolomites, Italy)
  • Alps (The) ; Geomorphological map ; Geomorphology ; Italy ; Mountain ; Trentino-Alto Adige ; Valley
  • This paper shows the geomorphological aspects of the Alta Badia valley (Autonomous Province of Bolzano, northern Italy), located in one of the best known areas of the Italian Dolomites, between the passes of Gardena, Campolongo and Valparola
  • -Falzarego. The paper is also aiming at illustrating the annexed Geomorphological map of the Alta Badia valley (Dolomites, Italy), at 1:20,000 scale. - (NF)
  • Geomorphological map of the Trigno basin (Italy) : explanatory notes
  • Earth surface processes ; Geomorphological map ; Geomorphology ; Italy ; Molise ; Terminology ; Watershed
  • A new 1:50 000 Geomorphological Map of the Trigno river basin (Molise Region, Italy) is being presented and discussed in this paper. It contains information about the materials and methods used as well as the geological-geomorphological setting
  • The educational value of the history of geomorphology
  • Geomorphology in the public eye : policy issues, education, and the public. Special issue
  • Concept ; Epistemology ; Geomorphology ; History of geography ; History of ideas ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America
  • This essay concerns the history of geomorphology and its value as a pedagogical device. A thematic set of the historic literature can be used to demonstrate to students the scientific method, the origin, testing, and evolution of hypotheses, how
  • explanations develop in this field, and that science proceeds through individual working in a sociological context. Including history of geomorphology in the curriculum helps to place contemporary research in the perspective of the past as well
  • Glacial geomorphology : towards a convergence of glaciology and geomorphology
  • Special Issue : The future of geomorphology
  • This review presents a perspective on recent trends in glacial geomorphological research, and in particular the increasing engagement with investigating glaciation over larger and longer timescales facilitated by advances in remote sensing
  • and numerical modelling. The AA. focus on the example of West Antarctica. They discuss 2 examples of the ways in which numerical models offer significant potential for testing ‘glacial geomorphological’ hypotheses of continental glacial landscape evolution
  • and smaller-scale landform development. They close by identifying some future challenges in glacial geomorphology.
  • Science, systems and geomorphologies : why LESS may be more
  • Concept ; Earth sciences ; Epistemology ; Geography ; Geomorphology ; Geosystem ; Scale
  • This paper has been stimulated by a debate triggered by the then British Geomorphological Research Group (now the British Society for Geomorphology) about the connections between geomorphology and Earth system science (ESS). The AA. begin
  • by considering the sociology of science, scientific knowledge and technology, before moving to a consideration of the historical relationship amongst geomorphology, geology and physical geography; and to some perspectives this might offer for the current debate
  • . Epistemological issues, arising both from the use of systems theory over multiple spatial and temporal scales, and from the demands of contemporary environmental science, are then introduced, and these lead to a conclusion that geomorphology might more
  • Contemporaneous geomorphological processes in Longyeardalen, Vestspitzbergen (Svalbard)
  • Geomorphological and paleohydrographical research based on geoelectrical prospection (South Campine, Belgium)
  • Arid geomorphology
  • Periglacial geomorphology and permafrost
  • Macroscale geomorphology
  • Causal and functional relations in fluvial geomorphology by R. D. Hey: a reply
  • C. D. Ollier's Evolutionary geomorphology of Australia: discussion. (and reply)
  • Some recent Brazilian studies in fluvial geomorphology
  • Process, time and the physical landscape: geomorphology today
  • Fundamentals of geomorphology
  • Geomorfologie van de Zuiderkempen. (Geomorphology of the southern Campine)
  • Arid geomorphology
  • Glacial geomorphology
  • A geomorphological study of the Punjab Plains and the Northern part of the Thar desert in India
  • Joseph Newell Jennings in Fluvial geomorphology. In memoriam J. N. Jennings.
  • Geomorfologisk karta over Island.. (Geomorphological map of Iceland)
  • Arid Geomorphology
  • Periglacial geomorphology and permafrost
  • Properties of materials and geomorphological explanation
  • Beiträge zur Geomorphologie der ariden Zone = Contributions to the geomorphology of the arid zone
  • A geomorphological study of slopes in the Nongstoin region
  • Fluvial geomorphology
  • Periglacial geomorphology
  • Geomorphology of the Cape Peninsula in Southern African landscapes : a geomorphological field guide.
  • Geomorfologicky vyvoj dolniho Poohri Geomorphological development of the lower Ohre river basin
  • Geomorphological investigations of the middle and lower Ohre basin noted for a complicated Pleistocene development on the boundary of three orographical systems of the Bohemian Highlands Ore Mountains, Berounka System and Bohemian Plateau
  • , with detailed geomorphological map. (MS).
  • A geomorphological profile, Hedemarken, Norway
  • made it possible to distinguish between different landforms, to define geomorphological units as landforms of second order and to classify geomorphological regions. (IMB).
  • Four geomorphological studies of Morocco and the North-West Sahara
  • Contient les études suivantes: B. J. SMITH: A review of climatic geomorphology and Quaternary climatic change in the Northwest Sahara| An introduction to the landscape evolution of the Tafilalt region Southeast Morocco| P. A. WHITTEL
  • , Geomorphological history of an area of Southeast Morocco| Downstream pebble shape variations in a Wadi Tributary to the River Ziz, Southeast Morocco.
  • Comparative analysis of recent text-books in geomorphology
  • Compte rendu comparatif de trois manuels récents en géomorphologie: Butzer (K. W.): Geomorphology from the earth, Harper et Row, 1976| Twidale (C. R.): Analysis of landforms, John Wiley et Sons Australasia Pty Ldt, 1976| Garner (H. F.): The Origin
  • of landscapes, a synthesis of geomorphology, Oxford University Press, 1974.
  • Geomorfologicka charakteristika reliéfu jizni casti. (Geomorphological characteristics of relief of southern part of Znojmo region)
  • The Znojmo region is one of the most important areas for the solution of general geomorphological problems of the eastern border of the Bohemian Highland. The analysis based on the results of a detailed mapping presents a basic picture and probable
  • geomorphological features in this area. (MS).
  • Some examples of applied geomorphological maps from Czechoslovakia in Applied geomorphological mapping : methodology by example.
  • Man, a geomorphological agent. An introduction to Anthropic geomorphology.
  • Geomorfologické pomery Zemplinskych Vrchov Geomorphological conditions of the Zemplinske Vrchy mountains
  • Results of geomorphological investigation on the basis of a complex geomorphological analysis. They allowed to outline a scheme of relief development of horst morphostructure during the Neotectonic stage, consequent on interpretations about the West
  • Geomorphology ; Handbook