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Volume 36 (1) – 2013

CONTENTS

 

  • ARNAUD-FASSETTA G. & COSSART É., Environmental Geography: from field observations to mapping, from processes to risk management – Introduction to the special issue
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  • ARNAUD-FASSETTA G., Dyke breaching and crevasse-splay sedimentary sequences of the Rhône Delta, France, caused by extreme riverflood of December 2003, Pages 7-26
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  • BODIN X., Present status and development of rock glacier complexes in south-faced valleys (45°N, French Alps), Pages 27-38.
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  • COSSART É., Influence of local vs. regional settings on glaciation patterns in the French Alps, Pages 39-52.
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  • COSTA S., DELAHAYE D., LETORTU P., DOUVINET J., CANTAT O. & DAVIDSON R., Spatial coexistence and temporal logout between mainland and marine hazards in Upper Normandy (NW France),
    Pages 53-61
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  • GÖTZ J., OTTO J.C. & SCHROTT L., Postglacial sediment storage and rockwall retreat in a semi-closed inner-Alpine sedimentary basin (Gradenmoos, Hohe Tauern, Austria), Pages 63-80.
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  • HEWITT K., «The Great Lateral Moraine», Karakoram Himalaya, Inner Asia, Pages 81-94.
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  • KUZUCUOĞLU C., Geomorphology of the Melendiz River in Cappadocia (Turkey): Setting of Pre-Pottery Neolithic sites of Arıklı and Musular, and climate reconstruction during the onset of the Holocene, Pages 95-105.
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  • LAGEAT Y., Discordance of erosional tempos: a non-linear and scale dependent evolution in the Orange River basin (Southern Africa),
    Pages 107-118
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  • LAVIE É., LAGANIER R., MORÁBITO J.A., SALATINO S.E., MEDINA DE DIAS R., MIRALLES S. & HERNÁNDEZ R., Impact of hydraulic structures and water use on solids in water in the Andean Argentinian piedmont: case studies of Tunuyán and Mendoza river valleys, Pages 119-130
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  • MADELIN M. & BELTRANDO G., Space-time variability of spring minimum temperatures in the Champagne vineyard (NE France), Pages 131-137
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  • PEULVAST J.-P. & BÉTARD F., Late Cenozoic and presentday hillslope erosion dynamics in a passive margin context: stability or instability? Case studies in Northeast Brazil, Pages 139-149
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  • RAVANEL L. & DELINE P., A network of observers in the Mont-Blanc massif to study rockfall from high Alpine rockwalls, Pages 151-158
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  • REYNARD E. & CORATZA P., Scientific research on geomorphosites. A review of the activities of the IAG working group on geomorphosites over the last twelve years, Pages 159-168
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  • ROUSSEL E. & ANDRÉ M.-F., Quantitative assessment of pre- and post-restoration weathering rates of limestone Mayan temples (Uxmal, Yucatán), Pages 169-179
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  • ROVÉRA G., LOPEZ-SAEZ J., CORONA C., STOFFEL M. & BERGER F., Preliminary quantification of the erosion of sandy-gravelly cliffs on the island of Porquerolles Provence, France) through dendrogeomorphology, using exposed roots of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.), Pages 181-187
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  • SOLDATI M., TONELLI C. & GALVE J.P., Geomorphological evolution of palaeosinkhole features in the Maltese archipelago (Mediterranean Sea), Pages 189-198
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  • WASSMER P., SCHWARTZ D., GOMEZ C., WARD S. & BARRÈRE P., Geomorphology and sedimentary structures of Upper Pleistocene to Holocene alluvium within the Nyabarongo Valley (Rwanda). Palaeo-climate and palaeo-environmental implications, Pages 199-210
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