Landscapes and Landforms of France

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Foreword.- General introduction to  the landscapes and landforms of France.- Paris and the Seine River: antic sites, underground resources, and risks.- The Seine River from Ile de France to Normandy: geomorphological and cultural landscapes of a large meandering valley.- The High Normandy chalk cliffs: an inspiring geomorphosite for painters and novelists.- The Mont-Saint-Michel Bay: an exceptional megatidal environment influenced by natural evolution and man-made modifications.- The “Pink Granite” coast (Northern Brittany).- Another Loire: the Armorican Loire .- The Arcachon Bay estuary: a “collage” of landscapes.- The volcanic
Chaine des Puys
: a unique collection of simple and compound monogenetic edifices.- Velay-Mezenc Massif: Harsh Volcanic Highlands around the Loire River Springs.- The
Cirque de Navacelles
: A Major Geomorphosite in the
Grands Causses
karstic Region.- The Gavarnie Cirque : a celebrated, natural site straddling the Central Pyrenees.- The Têt river valley: a condensed record of long-term landscape evolution in the Pyrenees.- The Vosgian-Alsatian side of the Rhine Graben: a unique, tectonically controlled and manmade landscape.- Jura Blind Valleys, Springs and Vineyards.- Glacial imprint on the main ridge of the Vosges Mountains.- On the roof of Europe: high altitude morphodynamics in the Mont Blanc Massif.- In the folds of the Earth: French Prealpine geomorphological landscapes.- Morphologies induced by the Messinian Salinity Crisis on karst landscape and caves: example of the Lower Ardèche River (mid Rhône Valley).- The Lower Valley and the Delta of the Rhône River: Water Landscapes of Nature and History.- Glacial landscapes and Protohistoric cultural héritage of the Mount Bego region, Southern French Alps.- Karst memories above and beneath the sea: Marseilles and itscontinental shelf during the Cosquer cave occupation.- Calanchi, Basi, Taffonis : Scenic granitic landscapes of Corsica.- Singular coral reef and lagoon geomorphology in French Polynesia.- La Réunion Island: A typical example of a basaltic shield volcano with rapid evolution.

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Gebundene Ausgabe

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06.09.2013

Herausgeber

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Gebundene Ausgabe

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06.09.2013

Herausgeber

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Springer Netherland

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274

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28,5/21,5/2,1 cm

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1327 g

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2014

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Englisch

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  • Landscapes and Landforms of France

  • Foreword.- General introduction to  the landscapes and landforms of France.- Paris and the Seine River: antic sites, underground resources, and risks.- The Seine River from Ile de France to Normandy: geomorphological and cultural landscapes of a large meandering valley.- The High Normandy chalk cliffs: an inspiring geomorphosite for painters and novelists.- The Mont-Saint-Michel Bay: an exceptional megatidal environment influenced by natural evolution and man-made modifications.- The “Pink Granite” coast (Northern Brittany).- Another Loire: the Armorican Loire .- The Arcachon Bay estuary: a “collage” of landscapes.- The volcanic
    Chaine des Puys
    : a unique collection of simple and compound monogenetic edifices.- Velay-Mezenc Massif: Harsh Volcanic Highlands around the Loire River Springs.- The
    Cirque de Navacelles
    : A Major Geomorphosite in the
    Grands Causses
    karstic Region.- The Gavarnie Cirque : a celebrated, natural site straddling the Central Pyrenees.- The Têt river valley: a condensed record of long-term landscape evolution in the Pyrenees.- The Vosgian-Alsatian side of the Rhine Graben: a unique, tectonically controlled and manmade landscape.- Jura Blind Valleys, Springs and Vineyards.- Glacial imprint on the main ridge of the Vosges Mountains.- On the roof of Europe: high altitude morphodynamics in the Mont Blanc Massif.- In the folds of the Earth: French Prealpine geomorphological landscapes.- Morphologies induced by the Messinian Salinity Crisis on karst landscape and caves: example of the Lower Ardèche River (mid Rhône Valley).- The Lower Valley and the Delta of the Rhône River: Water Landscapes of Nature and History.- Glacial landscapes and Protohistoric cultural héritage of the Mount Bego region, Southern French Alps.- Karst memories above and beneath the sea: Marseilles and itscontinental shelf during the Cosquer cave occupation.- Calanchi, Basi, Taffonis : Scenic granitic landscapes of Corsica.- Singular coral reef and lagoon geomorphology in French Polynesia.- La Réunion Island: A typical example of a basaltic shield volcano with rapid evolution.