Record details

Title
    Recentní svahové procesy v Krymských horách (Ukrajina)
Statement of responsibility
    Jan Hradecký, Tomáš Pánek
Other titles
    The Recent Slope Processes in the Crimean Mts. (Ukraine)
Author
    Hradecký, Jan
    Pánek, Tomáš, 1977-
Language
    česky
Source title - monograph
    Současný stav geomorfologických výzkumů
Pages
    s. 57-61
Notes
    Anglické resumé
    Obsahuje bibliografické odkazy
Subject group
    abraze
    eroze
    expedice geologická
    flyš
    geomorfologie
    mesozoikum
    pobřeží
    pohyb svahový
    recent
    řícení skalní
    sedimenty karbonátové
    sesuv
    terciér
    zemětřesení
Geographical name
    Ukrajina
Keyword
    Horách
    Krymských
    Procesy
    Recentní
    Svahové
    Ukrajina
Abstract (in english)
   The paper deals with the results of field works in the area of the Crimean Mts. in the southern part of Crimea in 1999. The Crimean Mts. are divided into three asymetrical belts (Votýpka, 1982): The Main Ridge (locally called Yayla) - the culmination part which is built by Upper Jurassic complexes (limestones, sandstones and conglomerates with calcareous slopes, the heights are 550-750 m a.s.l., the belt is built by Cretaceous and Paleogene limestones and marlites; The Outer Cuesta Belt - this cuesta relief is typical for the western part of the Crimean Mts. to the north from the line of Sevastopol - Simferopol towns, the height do not exceed 350 m a.s.l., Neogene formations of limestones and marlites prevail (Muratov, 1960). In the studied area the following factors of slope processes were observed: seismic activity, lateral erosion of water streams, marine abrasion, negative anthropogenic impacts (e.g. deforestation, unsuitable localization of buildings and roads, etc.).
   We distinguish two main groups of recent slope processes: gravitational processes and erosional processes. The first group is typical for areas built by massive rocks (e.g. Demerdzhi Yayla or Chatyr-Dag). Large rockfalls caused by active fault zone Salgiro-oktyabrskiy Fault are typical for these mountain groups. Active modelling through bulging and landslides of various genesis was documented in these areas. Erosional slope processes are typical for areas which are built by formations of erosion non-resistant rocks (coastal Jurassic flysch complexes and localities of outcrops of Tavritcheskaya Svita Formation of the Upper Triassic - Lower Jurassic Period). The development of badlands is more common in these parts
Contributor
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (UNM)
Source format
    U
Entered date
    31. 3. 2008
Import date
    8. 8. 2012