Landform - structure, evolution, process control : proceedings of the international symposium on landform organised by the Research Training Group 437 / Jan-Christoph Otto, Richard Dikau, editors.

Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2010.
xii, 258 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm.


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Cartographic relief presentation revisited: forty years after Eduard Imhof / Lorenz Hurni
  • New GML-based application schema for landforms, processes and their interaction / Marc-Oliver Löwner
  • Semi-automatic digital landform mapping / Martin Schneider, Reinhard Klein
  • A Perona-Malik type method in shape generalization of digital elevation models / Carsten Ebmeyer, Jens Vogelgesang
  • The role of landscape processes within the climate system / Roger A. Pielke Sr., Dev Niyogi
  • The impact of landform structure on the formation of fog: numerical simulations with COSMO-FOG / Isabel Alberts, Matthieu Masbou, Andreas Bott
  • Influence of drainage parameterization and precipitation analysis on discharge simulation in the Sieg River catchment / René Graßelt ... (et al.)
  • Landform
  • hydrology feedbacks / Günter Blöschl, Ralf Merz
  • Hydrological analysis as a prerequisite for soil erosion modeling: landscape related studies in a Mesoscale hydrological catchment / Herwig Hölzel, Bernd Diekkrüger
  • Snow cover duration in relation to typography in the Loetschental, Switzerland / Susanne Schmidt
  • Sediment transfer in steep upland catchments (Northern England, UK): landform and sediment source coupling / Jeff Warburton
  • Volume estimation, kinematics and sediment transfer rates of active rockglaciers in the Turtmann Valley, Switzerland / Isabelle Gärtner-Roer, Michael Nyenhuis
  • Patterns of multiannual aggradation of permafrost in rock walls with and without hydraulic interconnectivity (Steintälli, Valley of Zermatt, Swiss Alps) / Michael Krautblatter
  • Resilience, integrity and ecosystem dynamics: bridging ecosytem theory and management / Felix Müller, Benjamin Burkhard, Franziska Kroll
  • Analyzing spatio-temporal hydrological processes and related gradients to improve hydrological modeling in high mountains / Ole Rößler and Jörg Löffler.
  • 9783540757603 ((hbk. ; : acid-free paper))
  • 3540757600
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