Studies in physical geography
Obrębska-Starkel B. (red.), 2000, Studies in physical geography, Prace Geograficzne, z. 105.
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Weather observations carried by Michał of Wiślica in Cracow in the years 1527-1551
The long term variability of the daily precipitation in Cracow in relation to synoptic situations
Daily course and synoptic characterisation of thunderstorms in Cracow in the period 1896-1995
Frequency of occurrence of particular cloud genera at noon and during certain synoptic situations in Cracow
The differentiation of thermal seasons in Cracow
The comparison of the minimum temperature values in Cracow at the Botanical Garden and Balice Airport stations for the period 1966-1995
On the method of determining the climatic water balance in mountainous areas, with an example from the Polish Carpathians
Dependence of wind direction and speed on the orography in the western part of the Beskidy Mountains
Mountain and valley wind system and 'Liptów winds' in the Sucha Woda Valley in the Polish Tatra Mountains
The case of the foehn wind in Zakopane and Cracow from November 6-9, 1997
Characterization of snow conditions in Zakopane and the designation of favourable periods for cross country and downhill skiing
Physico-geographic vertical zones in the Polish Tatra Mts
Functioning of flysch geosystems in a vicinity of Żegocina under extreme precipitation-flood conditions of 9 july 1997
Changes in water conditions in the Racławka and Szklarka drainage basins in 1933-1998
Analysis of functioning of selected catenas at the margin of Pogórze Wielickie upland
The form of valley floors in the upper Wisłoka basin
Development of river valleys in Lithuania
Rozwój dolin rzecznych na Litwie
Summary: Fluvial landforms in Lithuania are closely related to the deglaciation, melting and retreat of the last Scandinavian ice sheet (Nemunas glaciation). This is confirmed primarily by the geomorphology of modern river valleys, which formed gradually as the ice sheet retreated and ice-blocked lakes were drained, a process, which started approximately 15000 years ago. In order to differentiate the base from the alluvium, the author uses the spectrogram method.
Słowa kluczowe (w języku angielskim): river valleys, Lithuania.
Prace Geograficzne, 2000, z. 105, s. 321-328.
Instytut Geografii i Gospodarki Przestrzennej UJ
Rainfall conditions for soil wash occurrence on the slope in Łazy (Carpathian Foothills)
Impact of the neolitic settlement on the ground relief in the Małoszówka catchment basin
Impact of tourism on the high-mountain relief. Case of the Czerwone Wierchy Massif and Regle Zakopiańskie in the Western Tatras, Poland
Ectohumus horizons and the rate of organic matter decomposition in The Carpathian soils
Geomorphological and hydrological conditions of the genesis of mountain Mollic Gleysols (on the example of the Western Bieszczady Mts)
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