1 edition of International atlas of karst phenomena (Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie. Supplementband) found in the catalog.
International atlas of karst phenomena (Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie. Supplementband)
by Borntraeger ;
Written in English
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explains the format of the atlas and the keys to the degree or intensity of karstification of the locations. Some three hundred confirmed or probable karst areas are defined in this atlas. The individual karst areas are delineated by using natural features such as watersheds rather than human-derived boundaries (e.g., townships). Publication of the first edition was arranged by Hugo Hildebrand Hildebrandsson, Albert Riggenbach, and Léon Teisserenc de Bort, members of the Clouds Commission of the International Meteorological Committee aka International Meteorological Organization (now the World Meteorological Organization). It consists of color plates of clouds, and text in English, French, and German.
Research Work. Tadej Slabe studies the rock relief of karst features that are important traces of the formation. and development of karst. He integrates the rock of karst surface phenomena and caves with their formation, rock relief, development conditions, and regional characteristics into new developmental models that serve as one of the introductory research contacts with karst phenomena. About this book. Looks at caves as physical, geological and biological phenomena. Much useful data on cave ecosystem interactions. Contents. Preface and Acknowledgements. List of Figures. List of Plates. List of Tables. 1. The Cave System and Karst. 2. Cave Hydrology. 3. Processes of Cave Development. 4.
trols on karst evolution (Table ) through surface karst land-forms (Table ) to human use and aesthetics (Table ). This single chapter could be the core of a short course on karst phenomena. Chapter two is focused on the specific karsts of Tasmania. The author describes the lithologic systems where karst formed on the island. Bär WF, Fuchs F, Nagel G () Lluc/Sierra Norte (Mallorca)-Karst einer mediterranen Insel mit alpidischer Struktur (UIS International Atlas of Karst Phenomena, sheet 5).
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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Beitr. teilw. dt., teilw. engl. Herein lies the origin of Tasmania's karst geodiversity, and the challenge to developing a comprehensive yet workable geoconservation strategy for karst phenomena.
\(Part\) \(B\) \(An\) \(Atlas\) \(of\) \(Tasmanian\) \(Karst\) \(Areas\) Chapters 3 to 8 provide a brief overview of the carbonate rock areas recorded in, respectively, the north Author: K Kiernan. PDF | On Jan 1,K Kiernan published An Atlas of Tasmanian Karst: Volumes 1 - 2 | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
It is an excellent sourcebook for students and other attendees of the International Karst School: Characterization and Engineering of Karst Aquifers, which opened in Trebinje, Bosnia & Herzegovina in and which will be organized every year in early summer.
The international term karst derived from the name of the karst plateau in the background of Trieste bay (Adriatic sea), on the Slovene-Italian border, called Kras in Slovene, Carso in Italian and Karst in German language.
It covers about km2 (40 km long and 13 km wide) and lies at 45’ N and E. The altitude is between – m. and other karst phenomena from this area, such as karst springs, in his book Shui Qingchu.
He has also visited some caves and in his book he has mentioned cave pearls. the paramount karst of Europe and the type site2 of many karst features. Landforms in other parts of the world similar to those found in the Dinaric Karst are by extension known as karst phenomena.
Karst is found on particularly soluble rocks, especially limestone, marble, and dolomite (carbonate. UIS, Union internationale de spéléologie, international atlas of karst phenomena. Berlin: Gebrüder Borntraeger, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Karl-Heinz Pfeffer; International Union of Speleology.
Commission International Atlas of Karst Phenomena. Bär WF, Fuchs F, Nagel G () Lluc/Sierra Norte (Mallorca)—Karst einer mediterranen Insel mit alpidischer Struktur (UIS International Atlas of Karst Phenomena, sheet 5).
Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie N.F., Suppl. –48 + 1 map Google Scholar. This book can be seen as the appeal of a hydrologist to experts from different scientific dis ciplines (geology, hydrology, geomorphology, geography, geo physics, meteorology, ecology, civil engineering, forestry, agricul ture, etc.) to collaborate towards a better understanding of karst areas.
Evidently, karst phenomena have not been sufficiently and carefully studied worldwide. "To write a book on karst hydrology and geomorphology is a major undertaking. William B. White has done an excellent job in selecting material from more than technical books and articles and combining this material with the results of his own extensive experience into an exceptionally useful book." --Stanley N.
Davis, University of ArizonaReviews: 1. Goode’s Atlas is named for John Paul Goode, who created the atlas and served as its editor for many editions.
Goode was one of the first U.S. academic cartographers. He was born in rural Minnesota inreceived his bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota inand earned his doctorate in economic geography from the University of Pennsylvania in Reviews: This book, the first in a new series by the National Cave and Karst Research Institute, draws on international examples and the international experience of author Dr.
Alexander Klimchouk to firmly establish hypogene speleogenesis as a major and wide-spread phenomenon. Purchase Atlas of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe meeting of the 4th International ISKA presents 80 papers in four key topics: karst hydrogeology and investigations, karst landscapes and ecosystems, human interaction with karst environments, particularly in caves, and engineering geology in karst areas.
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My library. In book: The Physical Geography of the Mediterranean, Edition: 1st, Chapter: Karst Geomorphology and Environmental Change, Publisher: Oxford University Press, Editors. Discover wonder. “A wanderlust-whetting cabinet of curiosities on paper.”— New York Times Inspiring equal parts wonder and wanderlust, Atlas Obscura is a phenomenon of a travel book that shot to the top of bestseller lists when it was first published and changed the way we think about the world, expanding our sense of how strange and marvelous it really s: Travellers across the Karst described this unusual country and its natural phenomena, mostly with negative connotation and subsequently other limestone landscapes were compared to Karst.
In F. J. H. Hohenwart wrote that â€œkarst is not on the Karst only, but it stretches from the plain of Friuli to the Greek islands.