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The Resource Geomorphological impacts of extreme weather : case studies from central and eastern Europe, Dénes Lóczy, editor

Geomorphological impacts of extreme weather : case studies from central and eastern Europe, Dénes Lóczy, editor

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Geomorphological impacts of extreme weather : case studies from central and eastern Europe
Title
Geomorphological impacts of extreme weather
Title remainder
case studies from central and eastern Europe
Statement of responsibility
Dénes Lóczy, editor
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This book presents new research on the geomorphological impacts of extreme precipitation events. It focuses on the extreme summer floods, which affected Central and Eastern Europe in 2010. Case studies on their consequences, including inundations, urban flooding, soil erosion, river bank retreat, alluvial fan accumulation, evolution of karst depressions, debris flows, landslides and soil saturation are presented for Poland, the Czech Republic, Ukraine, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Macedonia. This key applied geomorphology book is crucial for anyone interested in these processes and their consequences and also for decision makers who face these catastrophes
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Dewey number
551.41
Illustrations
maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Lóczy, Dénes
Series statement
Springer geography
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  • Climatic geomorphology
  • Climatic geomorphology
  • Weather
Label
Geomorphological impacts of extreme weather : case studies from central and eastern Europe, Dénes Lóczy, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Extreme Exogenous Processes in the Ukrainian Carpathians
  • Ivan Kovalchuk [and others]
  • Flash Flood Analysis for Southwest-Hungary
  • Szabolcs Czigány [and others]
  • Extreme Weather and the Rivers of Hungary: Rates of Bank Retreat
  • Timea Kiss [and others]
  • Floods in the Siret and Pruth Basins
  • Gheorghe Romanescu
  • Extreme Floods in Slovenia in September 2010
  • Blaž Komac, Matija Zorn
  • Hydrometeorological Background.
  • Floods in the Danube River Basin in Croatia in 2010
  • Danko Biondić, Danko Holjević, Josip Petraš
  • Floods in Serbia in 2010 -- Case Study: The Kolubara and Pcinja River Basins
  • Slavoljub Dragićević [and others]
  • Extreme Erosion Rates in the Nišava River Basin (Eastern Serbia) in 2010
  • Sanja Mustafić, Predrag Manojlović, Marko V. Milošević
  • Flood Hazard in Bulgaria: Case Study of Etropolska Stara Planina
  • Mariyana Nikolova, Stoyan Nedkov, Valentin Nikolov
  • Landslides.
  • The May 2010 Landslide Event in the Eastern Czech Republic
  • Spring and Summer Weather in 2010: Regular or Exceptional?
  • Tomáš Pánek [and others]
  • Recent Debris Flows in the Tatra Mountains
  • Adam Kotarba [and others]
  • Landslide Hazards in the Polish Flysch Carpathians: Example of Łososina Dolna Commune
  • Elżbieta Gorczyca, Dominika Wrońska-Wałach, Michał Długosz
  • Landslides in the Romanian Curvature Carpathians in 2010
  • Mihai Micu [and others]
  • Landslides in the Republic of Macedonia Triggered by Extreme Events in 2010
  • Milorad Jovanovski [and others]
  • Debris Flows in the Middle Struma Valley, Southwest Bulgaria
  • Judit Bartholy, Rita Pongrácz
  • Rositza Kenderova, Ahinora Baltakova, Georgi Ratchev
  • Other Impacts.
  • The Effects of Flash Floods on Gully Erosion and Alluvial Fan Accumulation in the Kőszeg Mountains
  • Márton Veress, István Németh, Roland Schläffer
  • Weather Extremities and Soil Processes: Impact of Excess Water on Soil Structure in the Southern Great Hungarian Plain
  • Norbert Gál, Andrea Farsang
  • Intense Rainfall and Karst Doline Evolution
  • Márton Veress
  • Urban Geomorphological Processes in Pécs, Southwest-Hungary, Triggered by Extreme Weather in May and June 2010
  • Levente Ronczyk, Szabolcs Czigány
  • Floods.
  • Conclusions.
  • Evaluation of Geomorphological Impact
  • Dénes Lóczy
  • Channel Changes due to Extreme Rainfalls in the Polish Carpathians
  • Elżbieta Gorczyca [and others]
  • Geomorphic/Sedimentary Responses of Rivers to Floods: Case Studies from Slovakia
  • Milan Lehotský [and others]
  • Foreword -- Content -- Contributors list -- Introduction -- Hydrometeorological Background -- Floods -- Landslides -- Other impacts -- Conclusions
Control code
ocn848774690
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9789400763005
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
color maps
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)848774690
Label
Geomorphological impacts of extreme weather : case studies from central and eastern Europe, Dénes Lóczy, editor
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Extreme Exogenous Processes in the Ukrainian Carpathians
  • Ivan Kovalchuk [and others]
  • Flash Flood Analysis for Southwest-Hungary
  • Szabolcs Czigány [and others]
  • Extreme Weather and the Rivers of Hungary: Rates of Bank Retreat
  • Timea Kiss [and others]
  • Floods in the Siret and Pruth Basins
  • Gheorghe Romanescu
  • Extreme Floods in Slovenia in September 2010
  • Blaž Komac, Matija Zorn
  • Hydrometeorological Background.
  • Floods in the Danube River Basin in Croatia in 2010
  • Danko Biondić, Danko Holjević, Josip Petraš
  • Floods in Serbia in 2010 -- Case Study: The Kolubara and Pcinja River Basins
  • Slavoljub Dragićević [and others]
  • Extreme Erosion Rates in the Nišava River Basin (Eastern Serbia) in 2010
  • Sanja Mustafić, Predrag Manojlović, Marko V. Milošević
  • Flood Hazard in Bulgaria: Case Study of Etropolska Stara Planina
  • Mariyana Nikolova, Stoyan Nedkov, Valentin Nikolov
  • Landslides.
  • The May 2010 Landslide Event in the Eastern Czech Republic
  • Spring and Summer Weather in 2010: Regular or Exceptional?
  • Tomáš Pánek [and others]
  • Recent Debris Flows in the Tatra Mountains
  • Adam Kotarba [and others]
  • Landslide Hazards in the Polish Flysch Carpathians: Example of Łososina Dolna Commune
  • Elżbieta Gorczyca, Dominika Wrońska-Wałach, Michał Długosz
  • Landslides in the Romanian Curvature Carpathians in 2010
  • Mihai Micu [and others]
  • Landslides in the Republic of Macedonia Triggered by Extreme Events in 2010
  • Milorad Jovanovski [and others]
  • Debris Flows in the Middle Struma Valley, Southwest Bulgaria
  • Judit Bartholy, Rita Pongrácz
  • Rositza Kenderova, Ahinora Baltakova, Georgi Ratchev
  • Other Impacts.
  • The Effects of Flash Floods on Gully Erosion and Alluvial Fan Accumulation in the Kőszeg Mountains
  • Márton Veress, István Németh, Roland Schläffer
  • Weather Extremities and Soil Processes: Impact of Excess Water on Soil Structure in the Southern Great Hungarian Plain
  • Norbert Gál, Andrea Farsang
  • Intense Rainfall and Karst Doline Evolution
  • Márton Veress
  • Urban Geomorphological Processes in Pécs, Southwest-Hungary, Triggered by Extreme Weather in May and June 2010
  • Levente Ronczyk, Szabolcs Czigány
  • Floods.
  • Conclusions.
  • Evaluation of Geomorphological Impact
  • Dénes Lóczy
  • Channel Changes due to Extreme Rainfalls in the Polish Carpathians
  • Elżbieta Gorczyca [and others]
  • Geomorphic/Sedimentary Responses of Rivers to Floods: Case Studies from Slovakia
  • Milan Lehotský [and others]
  • Foreword -- Content -- Contributors list -- Introduction -- Hydrometeorological Background -- Floods -- Landslides -- Other impacts -- Conclusions
Control code
ocn848774690
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789400763005
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
color maps
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)848774690

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