Dynamic Geomorphology (NOPP12O2)

Introduction to the basic theoretical geomorphological principles, the formation and evolution of various types of relief.Understanding the basic principles of geomorphological mapping and the possibility of applying a geomorphological map in spatial planning.

Training students to perform qualitative and quantitative geomorphological analysis of different types of reliefs in order to determine the benefits and limitations of the analyzed relief for space planning purposes.
By constructing a geomorphological map, students are introduced to the methodology of its creation, thus creating a critical relation to the content and method of its application in spatial planning.

Theoretical lectures:

Definition, goal, and basic tasks
Geomorphological agents
Processes and forms of colloidal relief
Processes and forms of denudation relief
Processes and forms of fluvial relief
Processes and forms of karst relief
Processes and forms of glacial relief
Processes and forms of periglacial relief
Processes forms the marine-limb relief
Processes and forms of eolian relief
Forms of anthropogenic relief
Land erosion
Methodology of preparation and acceptance of geomorphological map

Practical lectures:

Quantitative geomorphological analysis of relief
Exposure map relief
Map of tilt relief
Analysis of metric relations of relief forms
Orientation of relief shape in space
Qualitative relief analysis
Genetic analysis of relief form
An evolutionary analysis of the form of relief
Geomorphological mapping
Analysis of geomorphological map
Creating a geomorphological map
Application of geomorphological map

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Лазаревић Р. (2000): Клизишта

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