The Carpatho-Balkan Geomorphological Commission and the International Association of Geomorphologists (IAG) Carpatho-Balkan-Dinaric Regional Working Group, promotes networking between researchers and the exchange of research experience.
Following a brief introduction into the geology, climate, hydrology and land cover of the Carpatho-Balkan-Dinaric region, Recent Landform Evolution provides detailed information on research applying both traditional and innovative techniques and summarizes contemporary knowledge on recent geomorphic processes.
Recent Landform Evolution also presents studies of exogenic geomorphic processes from each country. The chapters on Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Macedonia examine the geomorphic processes in shaping the topography of each country.
Recent Landform Evolution also examines key geomorphic processes influencing land use and economic activities as well as contributions discussing processes under climate change.
Part I General
1. Geological and tectonic setting
4. Land cover and land use
Part II Recent geomorphic evolution: national chapters
5. Recent landform evolution in the Polish Carpathians
6. Recent landform evolution in the Moravian-Silesian Carpathians (Czech Republic)
7. Recent landform evolution in Slovakia
8. Recent landform evolution in the Ukrainian Carpathians
9. Recent landform evolution in Hungary
10. Recent landform evolution in the Romanian Carpathians and Pericarpathian regions
11. Recent landform evolution in Slovenia
12. Recent landform evolution in the Dinaric and Pannonian regions of Croatia
13. Recent landform evolution in Serbia
14. Recent landform evolution in Bulgaria
15. Recent landform evolution in Macedonia
Dénes Lóczy has a university degree in geography and English language and literature. He has 18 years of experience in research (land evaluation, fluvial geomorphology, human impact), and was an associate professor and deputy director at University of Pecs (1997-2009). He is currently director of the Institute of Environmental Sciences. He has written 5 books, edited 10 books, and wrote close to 150 academic publications.
Miloš Stankoviansky has a university degree in geography, and worked for the Institute of Geography of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava for about 30 years. He has worked for the Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology, Comenius University in Bratislava, since 2001, and has been head of the University since 2003. He has 40 years of experience in research (environmental, dynamic and structural geomorphology); he has written one 1 book and more than 80 scientific publications.
Adam Kotarba has a University degree and PhD in geography and has been associated in various positions with the Polish Academy of Sciences from 1971 to 1998. Since, he has been associated with the Polish Academy of Art and Sciences. He has written 3 books in English and 5 in Polish, and wrote over 240 publications.