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Hradecký, Jan

Landscapes and Landforms of the Czech Republic

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Tomáš Pánek, Jan Hradecký

Part I. Physical Environment

2.
Geology
and Tectonic Development
of the Czech Republic
Radomír Grygar

3.
Climate
in the Past and Present in the Czech Lands in the Central European Context
Jan Hradecký, Rudolf Brázdil

4. Long-Term Geomorphological History of the Czech Republic
Tomáš Pánek, Veronika Kapustová

Part II. Landscapes and Landforms

5. The Geomorphological Evolution and Environmental Hazards of the Prague
Area
Jan Kalvoda, Břetislav Balatka

6. The Bohemian Karst: A Condensed Record of Landscape and Living Nature Evolution
Karel Žák, Pavel Bosák, Jiří Bruthans

7. Brdy Highland: A Landscape Shaped in the Periglacial Zone of Quaternary Glacials
Karel Žák

8.
Bohemian Forest
: Landscape and People on the Frontier
Pavel Mentlík

9. Morphology of the Youngest Little Volcanoes
in Western Bohemian Massif
Jan Mrlina

10. The Krušné Hory
Mts.—The Longest Mountain Range of the Czech Republic
Vít Vilímek, Pavel Raška

11. Elbe Sandstones
Zuzana Vařilová

12. Neovolcanic Terrain of the České Středohoří Mountains
Pavel Raška, Vladimír Cajz

13. The Kokořín Area: Sandstone Landforms Controlled by Hydrothermal Ferruginization
Jiří Adamovič

14. Jizerské Hory—an Interplay of Rock Control, Faulting and Inland Glaciation in the Evolution of a Granite Terrain
Piotr Migoń

15. Krkonoše Mountains: A Case Study of Polygenetic Relief
Vlastimil Pilous

16. Bohemian Paradise: Sandstone Landscape in the Foreland of a Major Fault
Jan Mertlík, Jiří Adamovič

17. Adršpach-Teplice Rocks and Broumov Cliffs—Large Sandstone Rock Cities in the Central Europe
Jan Vítek

18. Žďárské Vrchy Highland—Geomorphological Landscape in the Top Part of the Bohemian-Moravian Highland with the Unique Crystalline Rocks Forms
Karel Kirchner

19. The Dyje Canyon-like Valley: Geomorphological Landscape of Deep Valley at the Eastern Part of the Marginal Slope of Bohemian Massif
Karel Kirchner

20. The Moravian Karst: An Interconnection Between Surface and Subsurface Natural Sceneries
Jaroslav Kadlec, Petr Neruda

21. Region of the Rychlebské Hory Mountains—Tectonically Controlled Landforms and Unique Landscape of Granite Inselbergs (Sudetic Mountains)
Petra Štěpančíková, Jakub Stemberk

22. Periglacial Landforms of the Hrubý Jeseník Mountains
Marek Křížek

23. Litovelské Pomoraví—Landscape Around Anastomosing River Pattern of Morava
Zdeněk Máčka

24. The Nízký Jeseník—Highland with Abandoned Deep Mines
Jan Lenart

25. Black Land: The Mining Landscape of the Ostrava-Karviná Region
Monika Mulková, Petr Popelka, Renata Popelková

26. Poodří—Landscape of Ponds and a Preserved Meander Belt of the Odra River
Jan Hradecký, Radek Dušek, Marián Velešík, Monika Chudaničová, Václav Škarpich, Radim Jarošek, Jan Lipina

27. Landslide Landscape of the Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mountains and Their Surroundings
Tomáš Pánek, Jan Lenart

28. Strážnické Pomoraví—Holocene Evolution of a Unique Floodplain and Aeolian Landforms
Zdeněk Máčka, Jaroslav Kadlec

29. Limestone Klippen of the Pavlov Hills
Tomáš Pánek, Jan Miklín, Karel Kirchner

Part III. Geoheritage and Geotourism

30. Geomorphological Heritage and Geoconservation in the Czech Republic
Lucie Kubalíková

31. Promoting Geomorphological Heritage: Bringing Geomorphology to People
Lucie Kubalíková

Keywords: Geography, Geomorphology, World Regional Geography (Continents, Countries, Regions), Geoecology/Natural Processes

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1st ed. 2016
Series
World Geomorphological Landscapes
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319275376
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-27536-9

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