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Elementary forms and "scientific reliability" as an innovative approach to geomorphological mapping

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MENTLÍK, P., NOVOTNÁ, M. Elementary forms and "scientific reliability" as an innovative approach to geomorphological mapping. Journal of Maps, 2010, č. v2010, s. 564-583. ISSN: 1744-5647
Druh: ČLÁNEK
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Elementary forms and "scientific reliability" as an innovative approach to geomorphological mapping
Rok vydání: 2010
Místo konání: Kingston-upon-Thames
Název zdroje: EBSCO Publishing
Autoři: RNDr. Mgr. Pavel Mentlík Ph.D. , RNDr. Marie Novotná CSc.
Abstrakt EN: A detailed geomorphological map of the surroundings of Prasilske Lake, Bohemian Forest, Czech Republic is presented. A layer of elementary forms holistically covering the whole mapped area was used as a base for mapping. Elementary forms were grouped according to their genesis to form geomorphologically homogenous landforms. The geomorphological map of the previously glaciated area is focused on morphogenesis and morphochronology. Additional maps provide information about geological characteristics and their interrelations with the main relief features. A map of the scientific reliability of landform origins presents the degrees of uncertainty in geomorphological knowledge. The mapping of elementary forms and the map of scientific reliability provide a holistic view of the mapped area, a base for systematization of the relief and a platform for the evaluation and planning of research.
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