Landscapes and Landforms of the Czech Republic

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Introduction.- Geology and tectonic development of the Czech Republic.-
Climate in the past and present in the Czech Lands (Central European
Context).- Long-term geomorphological history of the Czech Republic.-
The geomorphological evolution and environmental hazards of the Prague
area.- The Bohemian Karst: A condensed record of landscape and living
nature evolution.- Brdy Highland: A landscape shaped in the periglacial
zone of Quaternary glacials.- Bohemian Forest: landscape and people on
the frontier.- Morphology of the youngest little volcanoes in western
Bohemian Massif.- The Krušné hory Mountains – the longest mountain range
of the Czech Republic.- Elbe Sandstones.- Neovolcanic terrain of the
České Středohoří Mountains.- The Kokořín Area: Sandstone Landforms
Controlled by Hydrothermal Ferruginization.- Jizerské hory – an
Interplay of Rock Control, Faulting and Inland Glaciation in the
Evolution of a Granite Terrain.- Krkonoše Mountains: a case study of
polygenetic relief.- Bohemian Paradise: Sandstone Landscape in the
Foreland of a Major Fault.- Adršpach–Teplice Rocks and Broumov Cliffs –
Large Sandstone Rock Cities in the Central Europe.- Žďárské vrchy
Highland - geomorphological landscape in the top part of the
Bohemian-Moravian Highland with the unique crystalline rocks forms.- The
Dyje canyon-like valley: geomorphological landscape of deep valley at
the eastern part of marginal slope of the Bohemian Massif.- The Moravian
Karst: An interconnection between surface and subsurface natural
sceneries.- Region of the Rychlebské hory Mountains – tectonically
controlled landforms and unique landscape of granite inselbergs (Sudetic
Mountains).- Periglacial landforms of the Hrubý Jeseník Mountains.-
Litovelské Pomoraví – landscape around anastomosing river pattern.- The
Nízký Jeseník – Highland with Abandoned Deep Mines.- Black land: The
mining landscape of the Ostrava-Karviná region.- Poodří - Landscape of
Ponds and a Preserved MeanderingBelt of the Odra River.- Landslide
Landscape of the Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mountains and Their
Surrounding.- Strážnické Pomoraví – Holocene evolution of unique
floodplain and aeolian landforms.- Limestone Klippen of the Pavlov Hills
.-
Geomorphological heritage and geoconservation in the Czech Republic.-
Promoting geomorphological heritage: bringing geomorphology to people.
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Erscheinungsdatum

22.03.2016

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Tomáš Pánek + weitere

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Springer

Seitenzahl

422

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Tomáš Pánek received his Doctorate in Physical Geography and
Geoecology at the Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia in 2008.
He has been employed at the University of Ostrava (Faculty of Science,
Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology) since 2000. He has
reviewed for and published several papers in journals such as
Landslides, Geomorphology and Natural Hazards.

Jan Hradecký received
his Doc. in Physical Geography and Geoecology at the Comenius
University in Bratislava, Slovakia in 2009. At the University of
Ostrava, Faculty of Science, he has been the head of the Department of
Physical Geography and Geoecology since 2011. He has reviewed papers for
journals such as Geografiska Annaler, Geografie Moravian Geographical
Reports and others. He published several papers in journals such as
Landslides, Natural Hazards, Geomorphology and others.

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22.03.2016

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28,5/21,5/2,8 cm

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1215 g

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1st ed. 2016

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Englisch

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978-3-319-27536-9

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  • Landscapes and Landforms of the Czech Republic

  • Introduction.- Geology and tectonic development of the Czech Republic.-
    Climate in the past and present in the Czech Lands (Central European
    Context).- Long-term geomorphological history of the Czech Republic.-
    The geomorphological evolution and environmental hazards of the Prague
    area.- The Bohemian Karst: A condensed record of landscape and living
    nature evolution.- Brdy Highland: A landscape shaped in the periglacial
    zone of Quaternary glacials.- Bohemian Forest: landscape and people on
    the frontier.- Morphology of the youngest little volcanoes in western
    Bohemian Massif.- The Krušné hory Mountains – the longest mountain range
    of the Czech Republic.- Elbe Sandstones.- Neovolcanic terrain of the
    České Středohoří Mountains.- The Kokořín Area: Sandstone Landforms
    Controlled by Hydrothermal Ferruginization.- Jizerské hory – an
    Interplay of Rock Control, Faulting and Inland Glaciation in the
    Evolution of a Granite Terrain.- Krkonoše Mountains: a case study of
    polygenetic relief.- Bohemian Paradise: Sandstone Landscape in the
    Foreland of a Major Fault.- Adršpach–Teplice Rocks and Broumov Cliffs –
    Large Sandstone Rock Cities in the Central Europe.- Žďárské vrchy
    Highland - geomorphological landscape in the top part of the
    Bohemian-Moravian Highland with the unique crystalline rocks forms.- The
    Dyje canyon-like valley: geomorphological landscape of deep valley at
    the eastern part of marginal slope of the Bohemian Massif.- The Moravian
    Karst: An interconnection between surface and subsurface natural
    sceneries.- Region of the Rychlebské hory Mountains – tectonically
    controlled landforms and unique landscape of granite inselbergs (Sudetic
    Mountains).- Periglacial landforms of the Hrubý Jeseník Mountains.-
    Litovelské Pomoraví – landscape around anastomosing river pattern.- The
    Nízký Jeseník – Highland with Abandoned Deep Mines.- Black land: The
    mining landscape of the Ostrava-Karviná region.- Poodří - Landscape of
    Ponds and a Preserved MeanderingBelt of the Odra River.- Landslide
    Landscape of the Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mountains and Their
    Surrounding.- Strážnické Pomoraví – Holocene evolution of unique
    floodplain and aeolian landforms.- Limestone Klippen of the Pavlov Hills
    .-
    Geomorphological heritage and geoconservation in the Czech Republic.-
    Promoting geomorphological heritage: bringing geomorphology to people.