Published 1987 by Geographical Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest, Hungary .
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|Other titles||Hillslope experiments and geomorphological problems of big rivers., Hillslope experiments and big rivers.|
|Statement||IGU Commission on Measurement, Theory, and Application in Geomorphology and INQUA Commission on Loess ; edited by Dénes Lóczy.|
|Series||Theory, met[h]odology, practice,, Elmélet, módszer, gyakorlat ;, 43, Elmélet, módszer, gyakorlat ;, 43.|
|Contributions||Lóczy, Dénes., International Geographical Union. Commission on Measurement, Theory, and Application in Geomorphology., International Union for Quaternary Research. Commission on Loess., Magyar Tudományos Akadémia. Földrajztudományi Kutató Intézet.|
|LC Classifications||GB448 .I59 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165 p. :|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||93114366|
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Elmélet, módszer, gyakorlat (). Geographical Research Institute, Hungarian Author: Dénes Lóczy. International Symposium on Hillslope Experiments and on Geomorphological Problems of Big Rivers: IGU Commission on Measurement, Theory and Application in Geomorphology and INQUA Commission on Loess: 30 August - 6 September,Hungary: guide.
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