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  List of Accepted Contributions - GM2.7 To what extent is landscape evolution governed by inherited structures?

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Timár, G.; Pišút, P.
Changes of the sinuosity of the Morava River (western Slovakia) and their neotectonic origin

Ebert, K.
Pre-Quaternary landforms in northern Sweden

Carter, A
How well do we understand the role of ancient sutures in landscape development? An example from Thailand.

Gunnell, Y.; Harbor, D.
Structural underprint, tectonic overprint and drainage integration — do escarpments at passive margins persist or reform?

Gallagher, K.; Stephenson, J.; Leighton, C.
Quantifying differential erosion across ancient structures using 3D Bayesian Partition Modelling

Bata, T.; Székely, B.; Karátson, D.
Determination of morphometric parameters of scoria cones in San Francisco Volcanic Field (USA, Arizona)

Densmore, A.; Hetzel, R.; Krugh, W.; Seward, D.; Ivy-Ochs, S.
The role of tectonic inheritance in simple sediment routing systems

Bermúdez-Cella, M.; van der Beek, P.; Bernet, M.
Fission-track thermochronological evidence for km-scale vertical offsets across the Boconó strike-slip fault, central Venezuelan Andes

Walcott, R. C.; Summerfield, M. A.
Quantifying the effects of spatially variable lithology and uplift rates on landscape morphology (withdrawn)

Redfield, T. F.; Osmundsen, P. T.
The Tjellefonna fault system of north Western Norway: linking late-Caledonian extension, post-Caledonian normal faulting, and Tertiary rock column uplift with the great landslide/tsunami event of 1756.

Landgraf, A. ; Zielke, O.; Arrowsmith, R.; Ballato, P.; Strecker, M.; Friedrich, A.
Can numerical fault-slip modeling help differentiate simple landscapes from composite landscapes that have been affected by changes in tectonic conditions? Insights from the south-central Alborz mountains, Iran

Wilson, R.; Japsen, P.; Peulvast, J-P.; Bonow, J.; McCaffrey, K.; Chalmers, J.; Green, P.
Structure and geomorphology of Mesozoic and Cenozoic landscapes of South Greenland: uplift, erosion and basement reactivation

Székely, B.; Molnár, G.
Do the post-Miocene volcanic features really mark a single paleoaltitude in the Transdanubian Range (Pannonian basin)?

Reinhardt, L; Ellis, M
The primacy of process over structure in landform evolution (withdrawn)

Ventura, B.; Lisker, F.
Tectonic control on long-term landscape development: the example of the Elbe Zone in the northern Bohemian Massif (Germany)

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