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Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie main volume is a peer-reviewed international journal presenting original contributions of high scientific standard from all fields of geomorphology, encompassing basic research and applied studies. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie (ZfG) invites the submission of original papers from the entire field of geomorphological research, both applied and theoretical. Authors are encouraged to submit their papers to the editor-in-chief. Please peruse the instructions to authors (PDF) before submitting your paper.

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Publisher: E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung

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Volume 59, Number 2, May 2015

Editorial

Human Impacts on Landscapes: Sustainability and the role of Geomorphology
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: Hudson, Paul; Goudie, Andrew; Asrat, Asfawossen

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Articles

Contemporary development of an atypical bank gully in the Szwajcaria Podlaska Nature Reserve resulting from human activity (E Poland)
pp. 7-22(16)
Authors: Rodzik, Jan; Terpiłowski, Sławomir; Godlewska, Anna; Mroczek, Przemysław

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Water and sediment loss through runoff in areas of forest and pasture cover in southwestern Amazonia – Acre – Brazil
pp. 23-39(17)
Authors: Santos, Waldemir Lima Dos; Augustin, Cristina Helena Ribeiro Rocha

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Inventory of anthropogenic landforms for flood management in small catchments of the Czech Republic
pp. 75-93(19)
Authors: Slabá, Eva; Jakubínský, Jiří; Báčová, Radka; Herber, Vladimír; Kubíček, Petr

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The effects of in-stream gravel mining on river incision: an example from Central Adriatic Italy
pp. 95-107(13)
Authors: Aringoli, Domenico; Buccolini, Marcello; Coco, Laura; Dramis, Francesco; Farabollini, Piero; Gentili, Bernardino; Giacopetti, Marco; Materazzi, Marco; Pambianchi, Gilberto

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Maintaining the Integrity of the Environment in an Arctic Delta During Modernization
pp. 137-153(17)
Authors: Walker, H. Jesse; McGraw, M.

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Human-induced landscape evolution in the loess areas of Lublin Upland, E Poland: evidence from pedosedimentary archives in closed depressions
pp. 155-175(21)
Authors: Kołońdyska-Gawrysiak, Renata; Mroczek, Przemysław; Chodorowski, Jacek; Plak, Andrzej; Kiebała, Aneta; Zgłobicki, Wojciech

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High impact: early pastoralism and environmental change during the Neolithic and Bronze Age in the Silvretta Alps (Switzerland/Austria) as evidenced by archaeological, palaeoecological and pedological proxies
pp. 177-198(22)
Authors: Kothieringer, Katja; Walser, Christoph; Dietre, Benjamin; Reitmaier, Thomas; Haas, Jean Nicolas; Lambers, Karsten

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Holocene Tufa changes in response to human impact on environments: Upper Ebro Basin. Northern Spain
pp. 199-223(25)
Authors: Amuchastegui, María José González; Serrano, Enrique

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Chronology and pedogenic effects of mid- to late-Holocene conversion of forests to pastures in the French western Pyrenees
pp. 225-245(21)
Authors: Leigh, David S.; Gragson, Theodore L.; Coughlan, Michael R.

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