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Deposits and evolution of the alluvial infill on the confluence of Roklanský Potok and Javoří Potok streams at the Šumavské Pláně plains

Citace:
STACKE, V., TLAPÁKOVÁ, L., MENTLÍK, P., VOČADLOVÁ, K. Deposits and evolution of the alluvial infill on the confluence of Roklanský Potok and Javoří Potok streams at the Šumavské Pláně plains. Silva Gabreta, 2016, roč. 22, č. 2016, s. 17-29. ISSN: 1211-7420
Druh: ČLÁNEK
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Deposits and evolution of the alluvial infill on the confluence of Roklanský Potok and Javoří Potok streams at the Šumavské Pláně plains
Rok vydání: 2016
Autoři: RNDr. Václav Stacke Ph.D. , Lenka Tlapáková , Doc. RNDr. Pavel Mentlík Ph.D. , RNDr. Klára Vočadlová Ph.D.
Abstrakt EN: We studied the alluvial infill preserved on the confluence of Roklanský Potok and Javoří Potok streams by means of geomorphic mapping, geophysical profiling, and sedimentological analyses. The conventional radiocarbon dating and archaeological findings helped to reconstruct evolutionary phases that formed the present landscape of central part of the Bohemian Forest (Šumava in Czech), the Šumavské Pláně plains. The Upper Terrace that fringes the valley is a remnant of Pleistocene gravel infill of the valley.The Lower Terrace and active floodplain formed by Holocene sands are most probably result of increased overbank sedimentation caused by extensive deforestation of upper parts of the catchment during the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Recent evolution of the landscape is characterised by vertical and lateral incision caused by anthropogenic modifications of fluvial regime in the upper parts of the catchment.
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