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Volume 30 (2) – 2007

CONTENTS

 

  • ANGYAL ZS., Landforms and vegetation development on spoil tip surfaces near Salgótarján (NE-Hungary), Pages 155-159.
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  • DÁVID L., Anthropogenic geomorphological and after-use problems of quarrying: case studies from the UK and Hungary, Pages 161-165.
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  • GEORGIEVSKIY B.V. & TEVELEV A.V., Dynamically induced patterns of distribution of minor reservoirs on the East Uralian Plateau (Russia), Pages 167-173.
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  • GYENIZSE P., NAGYVÁRADI L., PIRKHOFFER E. & RONCZYK, L., Aesthetic assessment of a man-made landscape: the Pécs urban area, Hungary, Pages 175-178.
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  • HAIGH M. & GENTCHEVA-KOSTADINOVA S., Geomorphological Impact of Erosion Control Measures on a Steep Coal-Spoil Embankment, Pernik, Bulgaria, Pages 179-183.
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  • HARNISCHMACHER S., Anthropogenic impacts in the Ruhr District (Germany): A contribution to Anthropogeomorphology in a former mining region, Pages 185-192.
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  • KERÉNYI A. & SZABÓ G., Human impact on topography and landscape pattern in the Upper Tisza region, NE-Hungary, Pages 193-196.
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  • KISS T. & SIPOS GY., Anthropogenic reactivation of eolian processes on the southern part of the Nyírség alluvial fan, Hungary, Pages 197-202.
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  • LÓCZY D., CZIGÁNY SZ., DEZSO´´ J., GYENIZSE P., KOVÁCS J., NAGYVÁRADI L. & PIRKHOFFER E., Geomorphological tasks in planning the rehabilitation of coal mining areas at Pécs, Hungary, Pages 203-207.
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  • LÓCZY D., GYENIZSE P., RONCZYK, L. & DEZSO´´ J, Damage to the landscape caused by cement industry in Southern Transdanubia, Hungary, Pages 209-213.
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  • LOKSA G., Variations in microclimate modified by opencast mining: case studies from Hungary, Pages 215-218.
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  • NYIZSALOVSZKI R. & FÓRIÁN T., Human impact on the landscape in the Tokaj foothill region, Hungary, Pages 219-224.
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  • PELKA-GOSCINIAK J., Aesthetic and utility values of anthropogenic landforms: a case study of the Silesian Upland, Poland, Pages 225-228.
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  • RAKONCZAI J., Global change and landscape change in Hungary, Pages 229-232.
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  • RÓZSA P., Attempts at qualitative and quantitative assessment of human impact on the landscape, Pages 233-238.
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  • SIPOS GY., KISS T. & FIALA K., Morphological alterations due to channelization along the lower Tisza and Maros rivers (Hungary), Pages 239-247.
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  • SZALAI Z., Effects of channelization on the sediment quality of the Danube and Tisza rivers, Hungary, Pages 249-254.
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  • REPORT OF THE GLACIOLOGICAL SURVEY OF 2006
    - Operators (Full Text PDF)
    - Fluctuations of the Italian glaciers 2006 (Full Text PDF)
    - Hydrological year 2005-2006: meteorological features for the italian alps (Full Text PDF)
    - Piemonte-Valle d’Aosta Sector (Full Text PDF)
    - Lombardia Sector (Full Text PDF)
    - Triveneto Sector (Full Text PDF)
    - Apennines (Full Text PDF)