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Die nivale Höhenstufe und ein Versuch ihrer klimatischen Abgrenzung anhand ausgewählter Gebiete der Alpen und Skandinaviens / Frank Lehmkuhl, Jürgen Böhner, Karl Tilmann Rost.

Title: Die nivale Höhenstufe und ein Versuch ihrer klimatischen Abgrenzung anhand ausgewählter Gebiete der Alpen und Skandinaviens / Frank Lehmkuhl, Jürgen Böhner, Karl Tilmann Rost.
Translated title: The nivation zone and an attempt at its climatic definition on the basis of selected areas of the Alps and Scandinavia.
Author(s): Lehmkuhl, Frank.
Böhner, Jürgen.
Rost, Karl Tilmann.
Date: 1992.
Language: German.
In: Erdkunde. (1992.), Vol. 46(1) (1992)
Abstract: Discusses formation of nivation hollows at eight locations in Alps and three in Scandinavia. Existence corresponds to mean annual temperatures below -1°C and seasonal mean temperature of 4°C during May to October, and is linked to hydrologic processes, unlike glacial zone. During May to October, mean precipitation is >80 mm per month, whereas annual is 1000 mm. Summer conditions are of special importance as, during this period, combination of maximum weathering and perennial snow patches accentuates relief.
Notes:

Erdkunde. Vol. 46(1) :3-13 (1992).

Keywords: 551.33 -- Glacial geology.
551.331.52 -- Glaciated valleys.
E7 -- Glaciology: glacial geology and ice ages.
(234.3) -- Alps.
(*548) -- Scandinavia.
SPRI record no.: 117270

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