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Hydrographic And Hydrochemical Characteristics of the Landslide Lake Jazerske (Spišska Magura, Northern Slovakia)

). Margielewski M., 2014, Torfowiska osuwiskowe polskich Karpat fliszowych jako czuły indykator zmian paleośrodowiska późnego glacjału i holocenu (Landslide peat bogs of the Polish Flysch Carpathians as a sensitive indicator of the palaeoenvironmental changes in the Late Glacial and Holocene), Stud. Lim. Tel. 8(1): 37-55 (in Polish, English summary). Nowalnicki T., 1971, Beskidzkie jeziora zaporowe (Beskidian landslide lakes), Wierchy 40: 274-280 (in Polish). Nowalnicki T., 1976, Jeziorka osuwiskowe w Beskidzie Sądeckim (Landslide ponds in the

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The structural control of a landslide development and functioning of a lake geoecosystem in the catchment area of the Hucianka Stream (the Outer Carpathians, Beskid Niski)

XLIX Meeting of Polish Geological Society), Wydaw. Geol., Warszawa: 9-25, 73-75 (in Polish). Bober L., 1984, Rejony osuwiskowe w polskich Karpatach fliszowych i ich związek z budową geologiczną (Landslide areas in the Polish flysch Carpathians and their connection with the geological structure of the region), Biul. Inst. Geol. 340: 115-158 (in Polish, English summary). Cabaj W., Pelc S., 1991, Seeds and fruits from sediments of a recent landslide lake in the Wetlinka river valley (the planned Sine Wiry reserve), Ochr. Przyr. 49: 31

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Geochemistry of waters and bottom sediments in landslide lakes in Babiogórski National Park

. 162, 1008 (in Polish). Rozporządzenie Ministra Środowiska z dnia 11 lutego 2004 r. w sprawie klasyfikacji dla prezentowania stanu wód powierzchniowych i podziemnych, sposobu prowadzenia monitoringu oraz sposobu interpretacji wyników i prezentacji stanu tych wód. Dz. U. 32, 284 (in Polish). Sala, D., & Rzepa, G. (2008). Preliminary results of geochemical investigations of landslide lakes in the Babia Góra National Park. Mineralia Slovaca (40), 271. Sala, D., & Rzepa, G. (2009). The

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DETERMINANTS OF SLOPE STABILITY REDUCTION / DETERMINANTY ZNI ŽOVANIA STABILITY SVAHU

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The formation or activation of landslide movements in Podtatranska kotlina is quite common, as it is flysh and volcanic area. There is a high incidence of sandstones in this area. The sandstones crumble and weather, and this is the reason why the subsoil becomes unstable. The rainfall is accumulated, and there is a danger of soil sliding down. There was located groundwater level in the central part of the slope (in the height of 30 cm), and in some parts, the water accumulation occurred in the depression places on the landslide body. There were created small landslide lakes, where the water was held during the year. The slope was soaked and the erosion started to increase. The slope with its instability has pushed the construction of road that leads underneath the heel of the slope. Neglected and improper construction in areas of slope landslides has become a relatively common phenomenon. Stabilization measures are often made up only when real problem occurs. An anthropogenic activity usually starts this problem. This refers to deforestation, grassing or deformation of slope stability in the heel by improper construction. The landslide was not the first one in the area. In 1898, there was the first landslide, but it was not as intensive as this one. Retaining wall was the only one stabilization measure which was built in that time. It also had a drainage outfall. However, during the summer months in 2010, the stabilization measure was disrupted and cracked. This occurrence started after the slope separation and by the foremost pressure on the given wing wall. During our measurements, we found out that in that area, there was a loss of plant cover, erosion accrued and soil physical properties changed. Our aim is to show the seriousness of the situation and propose appropriate stabilizing measures.

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Dendrochronology as a source of data for landslide activity maps – an example from Beskid Żywiecki Mountains (Western Carpathians, Poland)

, 2: 329-342. Corominas J., Moya J. 2010. Contribution of dendrochronology to the determination of magnitude frequency relationships for landslides. Geomorphology , 124: 137-149. Cui P., Zhu Y., Han Y., Chen X., Zhuang J. 2009. The 12 May Wenchuan earthquake-induced landslide lakes: distribution and preliminary risk evaluation. Landslides , 6, 3: 209-223. Guida D., Pelfini M., Santilli M. 2008. Geomorphological and dendrochronological analyses of a complex landslide in the Southern Apennines. Geogr. Ann ., 90 A, 3: 211-226. Guzzetti F

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The reflection of human activity in the sediments of Iwankowskie Lake from Subatlantic Phase (Polish Outer Carpathians)

–91 (in Polish). [57] Moore PD, Webb JA and Collinson ME, 1991. Pollen analysis. Black-well Scientific, Oxford: 1–216. [58] Mycielska-Dowgiałło E and Rutkowski J, eds., 1995. Researches of Quaternary sediments. Some methods and interpretation of the re-sults. Warszawa, Wydział Geografii i Studiów Regionalnych UW: 356 pp. (in Polish). [59] Nowalnicki T, 1976. Jeziorka osuwiskowe w Beskidzie Sądeckim (Landslideslakes in the Beskid Sądecki Mts.). Wierchy 45: 182–198 (In Polish

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