Object structure

Title:

Global planetary change and catastrophic earth-surface evolution: implications for modern geomorphological research

Subtitle:

Geographia Polonica Vol. 84 Special Issue Part 2 (2011)

Creator:

Baker Victor R.

Publisher:

IGiPZ PAN

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Date issued/created:

2011 ; 2011

Description:

178 pp. ; 24 cm

Subject and Keywords:

global change ; catastrophic processes ; landscape evolution ; geomorphology ; modelling

References:

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Relation:

Geographia Polonica

Volume:

84

Issue:

Special Issue Part 2

Start page:

5

End page:

14

Resource Type:

Article

Format:

application/pdf

Resource Identifier:

10.7163/GPol.2011.S2.1

Source:

CBGiOS. IGiPZ PAN, call nos.: Cz.2085, Cz.2173, Cz.2406 ; click here to follow the link

Language:

eng

Rights:

Rights Reserved - Free Access

Terms of use:

Copyright-protected material. May be used within the limits of statutory user freedoms

Digitizing institution:

Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Original in:

Central Library of Geography and Environmental Protection. Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization PAS

Projects co-financed by:

Programme Innovative Economy, 2010-2014, Priority Axis 2. R&D infrastructure ; European Union. European Regional Development Fund

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