Active landscapes of Iberia

Galve, Jorge Pedro, Pérez Peña, J. V., Azañón, José Miguel, Insua Pereira, Diamantino M., Cunha, Pedro P., Pereira, Paulo, Ortuño, María, Viaplana-Muzas, M., Gracia Prieto, Francisco Javier, Remondo, Juan, Jabaloy, Antonio, Bardají, Teresa, Silva, Pablo G., Lario, Javier, Zazo, Caridad, Goy, José Luis, Dabrio, Cristino J. y Cabero, Ana (2020). Active landscapes of Iberia. En The Geology of Iberia: A Geodynamic Approach: Volume 5: Active Processes: Seismicity, Active Faulting and Relief (pp. 77-124) Springer.

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Título del capítulo Active landscapes of Iberia
Autor(es) Galve, Jorge Pedro
Pérez Peña, J. V.
Azañón, José Miguel
Insua Pereira, Diamantino M.
Cunha, Pedro P.
Pereira, Paulo
Ortuño, María
Viaplana-Muzas, M.
Gracia Prieto, Francisco Javier
Remondo, Juan
Jabaloy, Antonio
Bardají, Teresa
Silva, Pablo G.
Lario, Javier
Zazo, Caridad
Goy, José Luis
Dabrio, Cristino J.
Cabero, Ana
Título del libro The Geology of Iberia: A Geodynamic Approach: Volume 5: Active Processes: Seismicity, Active Faulting and Relief
Materia(s) Geología
Abstract The recent geodynamic evolution of Iberia is recorded in its topography. Geomorphic markers and their dating; morphometric indices estimated through cutting-edge DEM analysis techniques; and the link of all this data with results of geophysical studies allow discussing why Iberia displays the highest average elevation in Europe and shows a particular topography with such diversity of landscapes. For example, the region of the Iberian (or Hesperian) Massif, the western sector of Iberia, shows an anomalous average elevation without a satisfactory explanation. On the other hand, different explanations about the recent evolution of the Alpine mountain ranges of the eastern sector of Iberia have come to light after macroscale landscape analyses. This is strengthening the debate on the driving force behind the actual topography of the Pyrenees, Cantabrian Mountains, Iberian Chain and Betics.
Página inicial 77
Página final 124
Editor(es) Springer
Fecha 2020
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Identificador bibliuned:grupinvestGAMA-Caplibros-Jlario-0009
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ISBN - identifier 978-3-030-10931-8
Idioma eng
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