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  List of Accepted Contributions - GM2.4 Geomorphic response to Holocene environmental change: Simplicity or complexity?

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Erkens, G.
Fluvial terrace formation in the northern Upper Rhine Graben during the last 20,000 years as a result of allogenic controls and autogenic evolution

Trimble, S.
Urbanization, channel modification and channel instability in Borrego Canyon Wash, Orange County, CA.

Thorndycraft, V
The geomorphic response of fluvial systems to Holocene climatic variability and human impact

Notebaert, B.; Verstraeten, G.
Variations in Holocene alluvial sediment storage for contrasting environments in Belgium

Ward, P.J.; van Balen, R.T.; Verstraeten, G.; Renssen, H.; Vandenberghe, J.
Holocene and future response of suspended sediment yield to land use and climate change: a case study for the Meuse basin

Chiverrell, RC; Foster, GC
Sediment transmission and storage: the implications for reconstructing landform development.

Preston, N
Multiple occurrence regional landslide events: a complex and simple response to large scale land use change

Strähl, S. C.; Burga, C. A.; Kuhn, N.J.
Monitoring environmental changes of the timber line and timber line ecotone in the swiss alps

Schwanghart, W.; Schütt, B.
Holocene climate and landscape evolution in central Mongolia

Kuhn, N.J.
Environmental transition in badlands: an analogue model for the impact of climate change on geomorphic systems?

Poppe, U.; Kuhn, N.
Long term and short term carbon storage in soils: simplicity or complexity?

Kimura, M.; Hoffmann, T.
Hillslope-channel coupling in a landslide dominated catchment (Nakatsu, Japan): simplicity or complexity?

Hikel, H.; Kuhn, N.
An experiment on natural rehabilitation of floodplain vegetation

Krautblatter, M.; Schaedler, W.; Keller, D.; Moser, M.
Revealing Caine’s energy concept to characterise sediment flux in alpine geosystems: problems and perspectives reanalysed by a one-decade record of rockfalls, soil slips, earthflows and soil creep in two highly active catchments (Reintal and Lahnenwiesgraben, German Alps)

Karssenberg, D.; Bridge, J.S.
Complex behaviour of a modelled fluvial system under Holocene environmental change

Brown, A
Complexity in Late-Holocene Accelerated alluviation: A Comparison of Two Small Catchments in the U.K. (withdrawn)

Bullard, T. F.
Late Holocene alluvial history and geomorphic evolution of a semi-arid watershed complicated by contrasting bedrock lithologies, northwest New Mexico, USA

Lippert, F.; Burggraaff, P.; Dikau, R.
On-slope sediment buffers and complex system response to the introduction of agriculture in a meso-scale catchment in Germany.

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