Geomorphic Processes in Environments with Strong Seasonal Contrasts, Vol. I: Hillslope Processes (Catena Supplement 12) download epub
by A.C. Imeson,M. Sala
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Geomorphic processes in environments with strong seasonal contrasts. I: hillslope processes. Vol. The papers, abstracted separately, are arranged according to the emphasis given to measurement, theory, or application.
This book is primarily oriented on methodology. Arid and Semi-arid Environments: Geomorphological and Pedological Aspects (Catena Supplement 14) EAN 9783923381173. Starting with the phenomena of the different components of the soils, it describes their physical parameter functions and the mathematical models for transport and transformation processes in the soil. To treat the processes operationally, simple simulation models for practical applications are included in each chapter. Geomorphic Processes in Environments with Strong Seasonal Contrasts, Vol. I: Hillslope Processes (Catena Supplement 12) EAN 9783923381128.
Land cover is a key factor in geomorphic processes in steep land environments. It exhibits both beneficial and adverse effects on hillslope denudation and substantially influences landscape evolution. Land cover information becomes of fundamental importance in many applications for assessing soil erosion and landslide activity at difference scales, from local to global.
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Learn more about Geomorphic Process Strong alluvial activity, scarce vegetation cover, and a hiatus in soil formation were also observed in the coastal range and the Andes of Central Chile.
Learn more about Geomorphic Process. Bivouacs of the Anthropocene: Urbanization, Landforms, and Hazards in Mountainous Regions. The oldest geomorphic process that has left the biggest imprint on the present-day landscape is glaciation (Atwood and Mather, 1932; Blair, 1996). Strong alluvial activity, scarce vegetation cover, and a hiatus in soil formation were also observed in the coastal range and the Andes of Central Chile 27–33°S between 5800 and 4000 cal yr BP (5100 and 3700 14C yr BP, Veit, 1995, 1996), and on the coast of southern Peru (Fontugne et a. 1999).
Line thicknesses indicate intensity of processes Based on field observations and soil sampling several landscape . Differences in hillslope runoff and sediment trans- port rates within two semi-arid catchments in southeast Spain. Geomorphology, 68 (3-4): 183–200
Line thicknesses indicate intensity of processes Based on field observations and soil sampling several landscape positions were ex- plored and subsequently, a conceptual model of the predominant geomorphic components and processes controlling the studied system was developed. REFERENCES Benito, . Gutiérrez, M. Sancho, . 1993. The influence of physico-chemical properties on erosion processes in badland areas, Ebro basin, NE-Spain. Geomorphology, 68 (3-4): 183–200. Casalí, . López, J. Giráldez, J. 1999.
The next four papers deal with human impact over geomorphic processes in various environments from the Central Europe to Med-iterranean and Iran. 2014) describe a well preserved forest destructed about 12,600 cal years BP and buried in low terrace al-luvium in the Warta River valley oor in Central Poland. Its dis-covery provided opportunity to reconstruct environmental change at the Alleröd/Younger Dryas transition and to better un-derstand the habitat and economy of the Late Paleolithic hunters in the region. Welc and Marks (2014) compile geological and geoarchaeologi-cal data to distinguish contrasting hydroclimatic conditions in Egypt around 4200 cal BP.