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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 62, Number 1, December 2018

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Mid to late Holocene fluvio-marine record from the ephemeral rivers of northern Alluvial Plains of Gujarat, western India
pp. 1-11(11)
Authors: Sridhar, Alpa; Raj, Rachna; Chamyal, Laxman Singh; Prajapati, Shivani; Jani, Anish; Suthar, Shivam; Nautiyal, Chandra Mohan

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Denudation rates in the Pancas Bornhardt Province (SE Brazil), inferred from in situ produced cosmogenic 10Be
pp. 13-22(10)
Authors: Varajão, Cesar Augusto Chicarino; de Alkmim, Fernando Flecha; Braucher, Régis; Endo, Issamu; Cherem, Luis Felipe Soares; Salgado, André Augusto Rodrigues; Varajao, Angélica Fortes Drummond Chicarino

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Changes of the base levels in the Ivaí and Paraná Rivers confluence zone (Southern Brazil): Denudational reflexes in the evolution of the upstream drainage network
pp. 23-40(18)
Authors: Couto, Edivando Vitor do; Cordeiro dos Santos, Leonardo José; Vinicius de Sordi, Michael; Bourlés, Didier; Braucher, Régis; Rodrigues Salgado, André Augusto; Léanni, Laettitia; Delconte Ferreira, José Hilário; ASTER Team (George Aumaâtre and Karim Keddadouche)

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Implementation of a new model on soil erosion. Case study – Văratica hydrographic basin (Cozia Mountains, Romania)
pp. 41-56(16)
Authors: Ovreiu, Adriana-Bianca; Barsoianu, Lulian-Andrei; Nedelea, Alexandru; Comanescu, Laura; Nistor, Constantin

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International Association of Geomorphologists

International Association of Geomorphologists
pp. 73-81(9)
Author: Pavlopoulos, Kosmas

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