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Volume 55, Number 3, June 2011

Preface

Preface
pp. i-i(1)
Authors: Otto, Jan-Christoph; Schrott, Lothar; Glade, Thomas; Stötter, Hans

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Ambiguities of relative age indicators on abandoned surfaces of arid environments
pp. 49-75(27)
Authors: Dietze, Michael; Muhs, Sebastian; Dietze, Elisabeth

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Systems theory in Geomorphology A challenge
pp. 87-108(22)
Authors: von Elverfeldt, Kirsten; Glade, Thomas

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Effects of topography on the spatial distribution of soils: basic considerations on interdependencies and data sources with examples from the Eastern Alps
pp. 127-146(20)
Authors: Geitner, Clemens; Tusch, Markus; Meißl, Gertraud; Kringer, Korbinian; Wiegand, Christoph

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Quantification and Modeling of Fluvial Bedload Discharge from Hillslope Channels in two Alpine Catchments (Bavarian Alps, Germany)
pp. 147-168(22)
Authors: Haas, Florian; Heckmann, Tobias; Wichmann, Volker; Becht, Michael

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Risk-based analysis of possible catastrophic rockslide scenarios and linked consequences in Tyrol, Austria
pp. 179-204(26)
Authors: Huttenlau, Matthias; Ortner-Brandstötter, Gerhard

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Geomorphology and Complexity – inseparably connected?
pp. 233-257(25)
Author: Keiler, Margreth

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Stratification of the Regolith Continuum – a Key Property for Processes and Functions of Landscapes
pp. 277-292(16)
Authors: Lorz, Carsten; Heller, Katja; Kleber, Arno

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Relief characteristics and hydrological area properties: statistical analysis of their relationship in a small alpine catchment
pp. 293-313(21)
Authors: Meißl, Gertraud; Geitner, Clemens; Tusch, Markus; Schöberl, Friedrich; Stötter, Johann

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Analysis and 3D visualization of Mediterranean subsurface karst features based on tomographic mapping (Zominthos, Central Crete)
pp. 315-335(21)
Authors: Siart, Christoph; Hecht, Stefan; Bakti, Barbara Brilmayer; Holzhauer, Ingmar

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Chronicle of an earth-flow foretold – The 2008 Gschliefgraben event, Austria
pp. 373-405(33)
Authors: Weidinger, Johannes Thomas; Niesner, Erich; Millahn, Karl

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