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Geomorphology and Geoecology: Geomorphological mapping, remote sensing and terrain models

Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Geomorphology: Geomorphology and Geoecology, Frankfurt/Main 1989 / Volume II

Ed.: Clifford Embleton; H. Liedtke

1991. 68 pages, 30 figures, 9 tables, 17x24cm, 230 g
Language: English

(Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplementbände, Volume 80)

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Embleton, C. & H. Liedtke: Geomorphological mapping, remote sensing
and terram models - Introduction 1-5
Loczy, D. & J. Balogh: Geo-ecological mapping in Hungary from
satellite imagery (with 5 figures and 1 table) 7-16
de Dapper, M. & R. Goossens: The use of SPOT-HRV imagery for the
assessment of land degradation in a dambo environment on the
Zaire-Zambesi watershed (Zaire and Zambia) (with 3 figures and 4
tables) 17-24
Buraczynski, J.: Polish Geomorphological maps (with 3 figures) 25-30
Embleton, C.: The International Geomorphological Map of Europe (with
1 figure) 31-34
Castiglioni, G. B., M. Bondesan & C. Elmi: Geomorphological mapping of
the Po Plain (Italy), with an example in the area of Ravenna (with 5
figures) 35-44
Dikau, R.: Derivatives from detailed geoscientific maps using computer
methods (with 5 figures and 3 tables) 45-55
Gardner, T. W., K. Connors Sasowsky & R. L. Day: Automated extraction
of geomorphometric properties from digital elevation data (with 9
figures and 1 table) 57-68