Fluvial Geomorphology and Riparian Vegetation: Environmental Importance, Functions and Effects on Climate Change

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Noel Duncan (Editor)

Series: Plant Science Research and Practices
BISAC: SCI026000

The main mesological factors that determine vegetation activity are moisture and temperature (Ferreras Chasco, 2000). Under certain conditions of moisture and temperature a limitation in growth can appear and, if these conditions do not improve, plants can enter into a state called vegetative paralysis. This book discusses the land surface of the basin of the Guadaíra River, and it pays attention to the study of riparian vegetation on different channels that belong to its countryside stretch.

It also presents research on the modern spatiotemporal variability of the morphology of High Arctic proglacial rivers; and provides a review on the general properties of ancient Martian systems, focusing on possible issues related to the lack of biogenic effects on Mars, and analyzing mainly riverbank related erosional and depositional structures. (Imprint: Novinka)

 

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Dynamics of Riparian Vegetation (Geoecodynamics) in Thermo-Mediterranean Landscapes
(David Cristel Gómez Montblanch, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain and Pedro José Lozano Valencia and Guillermo Meaza Rodríguez, Universidad del País Vasco, Spain)

Spatiotemporal Variability of the Channel Pattern of High Arctic Proglacial Rivers
(Waldemar Kociuba and Grzegorz Janicki, Faculty of Earth Sciences and Spatial Management, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Lublin, Poland)

Fluvial Geomorphology of Mars: Background to Separate Biogenic and Abiogenic Effects and to Identify Climate Change Related Features
(Akos Kereszturi, Research Center for Astronomy and Earth Sciences, Konkoly Thege Miklos Astronomical Institute, Karoly Nagy Astronomical Foundation, Hungary)

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