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STUDIA GEOMORPHOLOGICA CARPATHO-BALCANICA


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Volume 40 - 2006 year

A R T I C L E S

  • Leszek Starkel (Kraków)
    Geomorphic hazards in the polish flysch Carpathians. tl_files/igipz/instytut/pdf_ico.gif

  • Eugeniusz Gil (Szymbark), Michał Długosz (Kraków)
    Threshold values of rainfalls triggering selected deep-seated landslides in the polish flysch Carpathians. tl_files/igipz/instytut/pdf_ico.gif

  • Zofia Rączkowska (Kraków)
    Recent geomorphic hazards in the Tatra Mountains. tl_files/igipz/instytut/pdf_ico.gif

  • Jozef Minár, Ivan Barka, Jozef Jakál, Milos Stankoviansky, Milan Trizina, Jan Urbánek (Bratislava)
    Geomorphological hazards in Slovakia. tl_files/igipz/instytut/pdf_ico.gif

  • Jaromĺr Demek (Brno), Jan Kalvoda (Praha), Karel Kirchner (Brno), Vĺt Vilĺmek (Praha)
    Geomorphological aspects of natural hazards and risks in the Czech Republic. tl_files/igipz/instytut/pdf_ico.gif

  • Lidia Dubis, Ivan Kovalchuk, Andriy Mykhnovych (Lviv)
    Extreme geomorphic processes in the eastern Carpathians: spectrum, causes development, activization and intensity. tl_files/igipz/instytut/pdf_ico.gif

  • Szabolcs Akos Fábián (Pécs), János Kovács (Pécs), Dénes Lóczy (Pécs), Ferenc Schweitzer (Budapest), Gábor Varga, Krisztina Babák, Kirill Lampért, Attila Nagy (Pécs)
    Geomorphologic hazards in the Carpathian foreland, tolna country (Hungary). tl_files/igipz/instytut/pdf_ico.gif

  • Dan Balteanu, Petru Enciu, Gyorgi Deak (Bucharest)
    A large scale collapse in the Ocnele Mari salt mine field, getic subcarpathians, Romania. tl_files/igipz/instytut/pdf_ico.gif

  • Matija Zorn, Karel Natek, Blaz Komac (Ljubljana)
    Mass movements and flash-floods in Slovene Alps and surrounding mountains). tl_files/igipz/instytut/pdf_ico.gif