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Volume 19 (2) - 1996

JOSAN N.

Types of slope in the Transylvanian Depression (Rumania)

Pages 249-254

Abstract

The Transylvanian Depression is the largest depressionary area inside the Carpathian Mountains. After the basin stage (Upper Cretaceous-Lower Neogene), in parallel with the withdrawal of the Pliocene lake waters and the depletion of erosion levels, sub-aerial modeling began. In this new stage several types of slopes appeared: cuestas, structural surfaces and complex slopes formed in concordance with the geological structure, the Quaternary bioclimatic conditions and the direction of rivers.

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