v. 19 n. 1 (1999)

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Publicado: 2011-08-18


  • An Introduction to Large Rivers - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15289

    Avijit Gupta
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15289
  • Regimes of Mono and Polizonal Large Rivers in the Quaternary - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15290

    Leszek Starkel
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15290
  • Geomorphic History and Responses to Active Tectonics in an Uplifted Forearc Region: Río Térraba, Southern Costa Rica, Central America - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15291

    Thomas F. Bullard
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15291
  • Recent Geomorphic Adjustments of the Mississippi Atchafalaya River Sistem, Southern Louisiana - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15293

    Joann Mossa
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15293
  • Intensity of Erosive Processes at Channel Banks of the Upper Paraná River, Porto Rico town Area, Parana State (Brazil) - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15294

    Rocha P.C, Souza Filho E.E, Fernandes O.V.Q
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15294
  • Shifting Modes of the Paraná River Thalweg in its"Braided"Middle-lower Reaches - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15356

    Ramonell, C.G, Toniolo, H., Amsler, M.L.
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15356
  • Thermoluminesce and Magnetical Susceptibility Applied to Paleoclimatic Reconstruction of the Taquaruçu Region ( Center-Eastern Brazil), During the Holocene - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15297

    Kramer V.M. S, Stevaux J.C
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15297
  • Sedimentary Facies and Abandonment Processes: an Example From the Paraná River - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15298

    Souza I.A, Stevaux J.C
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15298
  • Confluence Bar of the São Pedro Brook in the Paraná River: Genesis and Environmental Importance - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15302

    Turra T.M, Marques V.V, Stevaux J.C
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15302
  • The High Paraná River Flood Plain - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15357

    Souza Edvard, Filho E.
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15357
  • Fluvial Characteristics of a Typical Tributary of the Uruguay River - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15305

    Iriondo M, Stevaux J, Orfeo O
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15305
  • Modern Geomorphic Processes Along the Taquari River in the Pantanal: A Model for Development for a Humid Tropical Alluvial Fan - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15306

    Souza O.C, Araujo M.R
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15306
  • Xingu River Upstream of Von Martius Falls. A complex Depositional System Silvio C. Rodrigues - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15307

    Silvio C. Rodrigues
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15307
  • Evolution of the Upper São Francisco River Basin Determined by Morphotectonic Analyses, Minas Gerais, Brasil - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15308

    Alfredo Borges de Campos
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15308
  • Lowermost Amazon River: an Overview - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15309

    Helenice Vital
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15309
  • An Evolution Model for the Holocene Alluvial Plain of the Amazon River - 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15310

    Latrubesse E, Franzinelli E
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15310
  • Late Quaternary Palaeohidrological Changes in the Upper Purus Basin, South-western Amazonia, Brazil - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15311

    Latrubesse E, Kalicki T
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15311
  • Large Frans-like in Midlle Amazonia: Evidence of Aridity During the late Pleistocene - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15312

    Edgardo Latrubesse
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15312
  • Tectonic Fault Control of Wetland Distribution in the Central Amazon Revealed by Jers – 1 Radar Imagery - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15313

    Forsberg B.R, Hashimoto Y, Rosenqvist A, Miranda F.P
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15313
  • Hidrology of the Bio Bio River, Chile - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15314

    Duyvestein A, Link O
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15314
  • Fluvial Response of the Danube River to Climate Change in Bavaria During the Weichselian and the Holocene - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15315

    Klaus Heine
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15315
  • Climate Changes and Human Impact Reflected in Large and Small Basins in the Polish Carpathians - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15316

    Kalick T, Malgorzata P
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15316
  • Trees Accumulation in Alluvia of Large Rivers - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15317

    Tomaz Kalick
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15317
  • Palaeohodrology of the European Taiga - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15318

    Sidorchuck A, Borisova O, Panin A
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15318
  • Run-off of Amudaria and Syrdaria River in Late Pleistocene and Holocene - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15319

    Glazirin G.E, Trofimov G.N
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15319
  • Flow, Sediment Transport and Channel Characteristc of the Brahmaputra River (Assam, India): Some Observation - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15320

    Gosuamy D, Das P
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15320
  • Flood Hazard and its Mitigation in Nw Bangladesh - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15322

    Sumiki Kubo
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15322
  • Estimation of DesignFlood for Saptakoshi River Bridge of Nepal Using HistoricalFlood Events - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15335

    Binod Shakya
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15335
  • Hydrological River Regime and Sedimentation on the Large Siberian Rivers During the Last 100 000 Years - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15337

    Yamskikh A, Yamskikh G, Yamskikh A.A
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15337
  • Heavy Minerals of the Lower Yangtze Fluvial Reache, China, to Interpret the Late Quaternary Evironmetal Change - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15358

    Zhong, yuan Chen, Schneiderma, J. S
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15358
  • The Cooper Creek Basin, an Extensive Dryland River System in the Channel Country of Central Australia - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15339

    Gerald C. Nanson
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15339
  • The Araguaia 99 Field Conference - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15340

    Latrubesse E. M, Stevaux, J.C
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15340
  • The Araguaia-tocantins Fluvial Basin - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15341

    Latrubesse E. M., Stevaux J.C., Prado R.
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15341
  • The Upper Araguaia Basin and the Effects of Human-induced Erosion - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15342

    Simões, de S.C., Campos, A.B, Oliveira C.J.
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15342
  • Environmental Diagnosis of Rio Araguaia Basin – From Barra do Garças (MT) to Luiz Alves (GO) - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15343

    Oliveira Del’Arco J., Rio W.A. G., Dambrós L.A, Tarapanoff , I., Novaes A.S.S.
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15343
  • The Aruana Fluviographic Stations - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15345

    Marcos A. Correntino da Cunha
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15345
  • The Cocalinho area - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15346

    Latrubesse E.M., Stevaux , J.C., Bayer M,, Prado R.
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15346
  • The Bananal island area - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15347

    Latrubesse , E., Bayer M., Prado R.
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15347
  • The Meanders of the Araguaia River Enviromenmental Protection area - DOI 10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15348

    Cantarelli, V.H., Alves, W.R.
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5216/bgg.v19i1.15348