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  • European rivers: first results
  • Several Central and West-European rivers were investigated within the framework of the SCOPE/UNEP study on Carbon transport in Major World Rivers. The rivers are sampled twice a year, i.e. in August/September at low discharge and in February/March
  • at high discharge. Preliminary results are presented here. The rivers Meuse and Scheldt have been sampled respectively at Heusden and Temse. (LW).
  • A magyar folyohalozat szakaszjelleg-tipusai. (Types of river reaches in the Hungarian river network)
  • The types of river reaches for the major Hungarian rivers/lower reaches: alluvial fan accumulation| meandering and downcutting| meandering and infilling| equilibrium or final state| upper reaches: downcutting/ are demonstrated on map. Grain size
  • distribution of channel fill and load are studied. Most of the rivers belong to the downcutting type which is promoted by river regulations increasing slope. (DLO).
  • Application of stream ordering to the Ardeche River basin, southern France. Quantitative relief classification in the Ardeche River basin, southern France
  • Suomen jokien tulvaindeksit (Flood indices in Finnish rivers)
  • Development and chronology of the lower Vistula River valley, North Poland
  • The Sava River and the complex use of its waters
  • Verneplan for vassdrag National plan for protecting river basins from power development
  • The A. is a member of Kontaktutvalget for vassdragsreguleringer, a committe asked to document which rivers are of physical scientific value and should therefore be protected from power development. In its evaluations, the committe distinguishes
  • between individual rivers and river basins in their totality. As for the rivers, three queries are asked| whether the river is apt for serving as (1) a historical documentation (i.e. contains sedimentations or landforms which will help in interpreting
  • . The protection of river basins is considered to be of greater importance. They will be classified as to what degree they are (1) typical for the morphology of their region, (2) suitable for references (comparing the evolution of harnessed with untouched basins
  • Romania folyoteraszai. (River terraces in Romania)
  • Ice jams and floods on the lower Vistula river
  • The Late Holocene evolution of the perimarine part of the river Scheldt in The Quaternary and Tertiary geology of the Southern Bight, North Sea.
  • Following a brief overview of the Holocene evolution of the river Scheldt, the late Holocene evolution of the tidal part of the river is presented in detail. A number of different phases could be distinguished.
  • Nitrate nitrogen in the Belgian course of the Meuse River - Rate of the concentrations and origin of the inputs
  • A model for calculating the annual NO3-N influxes along the Belgian part of the river Meuse is presented. The model traced specific inputs and losses and showed the dependence between the river and its watershed. A nitrate budget for the studied
  • Sedimentation in the mid-Netherlands river area during the Late Weichselian in Special issue in the honour of J. D. De Jong.
  • This paper is focussed on the distribution of river-dune deposits and characteristic overbank deposits, the so called Hochfluthlehm, in the central Netherlands river Rhine area. (AIS).
  • Stepen na porojnost na rekite v B''lgarija Storm runoff intensity of the rivers in Bulgaria
  • The storm river runoff is defined as an influx of water. Two coefficients are recommended to find out the storm runoff intensity. - (SBV)
  • The pattern of gypsum transport in the Ebro river network
  • Results of the study of gypsum transport in the Ebro river basin during the hydrological period 1970-85.
  • Moznosti plavebniho vyuziti vychodoslovenskych toku Possibilities of navigation of East-Slovakian rivers
  • At present, East Slovakia is linked for navigation reasons by the Bodreg with the navigable Tisa in Hungary. The transportation utilization of East-Slovakian rivers calls for a closer cooperation between Czechoslovakia and Hungary. (MS).
  • Faults and earthquakes in Hungarian territory east of the river Tisza
  • The seismic map of the territory east of the river Tisza is presented. An attempt is made to compare the earthquake data with faults traced by seismic surveys and geodetic and gravitational observations.
  • Phenomena of river incision and terrace formation on the Eastern Foothills of Olympus Mountain, Greece
  • The changes in local relief and the followed river downcutting occurred in the investigated area during the Middle to the Upper Quaternary. (MS).
  • Evorzni jevy recistich krkonossko-jizerského krystalinika Evorsional phenomena in the river beds of the Krkonose-Jizerské hory Mountains crystalline complex
  • The existence of evorsion phenomena of river beds on the rivers and currents of Giant and Jizerské hory Mountains crystalline complex proves that the strike of schistosity at the dominant joints and the course of river stream give the most
  • Terasovy systém stredni a dolni Ohre The terrace system of the middle and lower Ohre River
  • The main results of the geomorphological investigations of river terraces of the middle and lower cours of the Ohre River (N.W. Bohemia). The shifting of the Ohre River in Pleistocene from the Mostecka panev (Basin) eastward into the Dolnooharska
  • About 40 lake and 25 river bifurcations in Finland are described in this article. According to their location, the bifurcations can be classified to external and internal bifurcations. An external bifurcation is located on the divide, either between
  • two river basins or between two subbasins. An internal bifurcation occurs within a river basin or subbasin. The branches of an internal bifurcation have a junction downstream| if at least one branch has a tributary before the junction, the bifurcation
  • is an ordinary internal bifurcation. If the discharge in both branches remains unchanged, the branching is called pseudobifurcation. Some of the bifurcations are temporary| 14 lake and 16 river bifurcations can be considered perennial. Some of lake bifurcations
  • and about half of river bifurcations are manmade.