Geographia Polonica (1968) vol. 13


Differential Isochrones: A map of temporal accessibility

Stanisław Pietkiewicz

Geographia Polonica (1968) vol. 13, pp. 5-8 | Full text

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Stanisław Pietkiewicz, Faculty of Cartography Warsaw University

Denudational balance of slopes

Alfred Jahn

Geographia Polonica (1968) vol. 13, pp. 9-30 | Full text

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Twelve years ago in the Polish geographical journal "CzasopismoGteograficzne" (Vol. XXV, 1954) was published a paper by A. Jahn underthie same title as the present one. Although published in Polish, the paperstimulated great interest among geomorphologists from different countries,who learned its content from the short French summary. The sumnuarygave no comprehensive idea of the author's thesis, and not allreeaders adequately understood from it the problem of the "denudationalbailance of slopes" — as we know from the author. Therefore it wassuiggested that the paper be reprinted in English, and this is being donewiith the approval of the author.

Alfred Jahn, Geographical Institute, University of Wrocław, Wrocław Poland

Development of subaerial relief daring the Tertiary Period in the area to the North East of the Holy Cross Mountains

Danuta Kosmowska-Suffczyńska

Geographia Polonica (1968) vol. 13, pp. 31-48 | Full text

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Geomorphological studies carricd out on the NE side of the Holy CrossMountains, from the Jeleniów Ridge to the northern boundary of the1 : 100 000 map of the Opatów region, have led to some new conclusionson the development of relief in the period before the Quaternary. In contrast to the southern part of the Holy Cross Mountains, the areapicked for research has been part of a land mass without interruptionfrom Upper Turonian times (Upper Cretaceous) to the present day andis particularly suitable for studies of land processes taking place in theTertiary.The conclusions reached are based on geological and geomorphologicalobservations. The greatest attention was paid to analyses of sedimenttype and the way of its accumulation.

Danuta Kosmowska-Suffczyńska, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland

Accumulation in stagnant ice, with the Spitsbergen glaciers as example

Stefan Jewtuchowicz

Geographia Polonica (1968) vol. 13, pp. 49-56 | Full text

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Stefan Jewtuchowicz, Łódź University

A new method of determining climatic conditions in mountain regions

Mieczysław Hess

Geographia Polonica (1968) vol. 13, pp. 57-78 | Full text

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Mieczysław Hess, Department of Climatology, Jagiellonian University, Cracow

Distance from water — an index of the density of a hydrographical network

Tadeusz Wilgat

Geographia Polonica (1968) vol. 13, pp. 79-90 | Full text

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Tadeusz Wilgat, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin

Map of the population distribution in Poland in 1960

Leszek Kosiński, Andrzej Gawryszewski

Geographia Polonica (1968) vol. 13, pp. 91-100 | Full text

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Leszek Kosiński, Institute of Geography PAN, Warsaw
Andrzej Gawryszewski, Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization Polish Academy of Sciences, Twarda 51/55, 00‑818 Warszawa, Poland

Daily commuting to work

Stanisława Bartosiewiczowa, Irena Czarnecka

Geographia Polonica (1968) vol. 13, pp. 101-122 | Full text

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Stanisława Bartosiewiczowa, Department of Economic Geography- College of Economics Wroclaw
Irena Czarnecka, Department of Economic Geography- College of Economics Wroclaw

A method of industrial location

Władysław Tomaszewski

Geographia Polonica (1968) vol. 13, pp. 123-130 | Full text

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Władysław Tomaszewski, Institute of Geography Polish Academy of Sciences Warsaw