Postglacial Incision-Widening-Infill Cycles at the Borisoglebsk Upland: Correlations Between Interfluve Headwaters and Fluvial Networkстатья

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[1] Postglacial incision-widening-infill cycles at the borisoglebsk upland: Correlations between interfluve headwaters and fluvial network / Y. Shishkina, E. Garankina, V. Belyaev et al. // Climate Change Impacts on Hydrological Processes and Sediment Dynamics: Measurement, Modelling and Management. — Vol. 3 of Springer Proceedings in Earth and Environmental Sciences. — Springer, Cham, 2019. — P. 67–71. Postglacial fluvial network history of the central Russian Plain is complex and heterogeneous regarding both temporal framework and leading development agents. Modern valley systems inherit many relic features including excessively large width inconsistent with present runoff conditions, highly elevated terraces (both depositional and erosional), thick bottom sedimentary infills partly incised by modern gullies, inactive headwaters almost infilled and disconnected from the presently active fluvial network, etc. Such distinct footprints can be related to much higher intensities of fluvial and other associated processes in the past. [ DOI ]

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