Denudation, including both chemical and mechanical processes, is of high relevance for Earth surface and landscape development and the transfers of solutes, nutrients and sediments from slope and headwater systems through the main stem of drainage basin systems to ocean basins. Denudational slope and fluvial processes are controlled by a range of environmental drivers and can be significantly affected by man-made activities. Only if we have a better quantitative knowledge of drivers, mechanisms and rates of Holocene to contemporary denudational processes across a range of different climatic environments, an improved assessment of the possible effects of global environmental changes (e.g., higher frequencies of extreme rainfall events, accelerated permafrost thawing, rapid glacier retreat), anthropogenic impacts and other disturbances (e.g., land use, fires, earthquakes) on denudation can be achieved.

This session combines contributions on denudational hillslope and fluvial processes, sedimentary budgets and landscape responses to environmental changes in different morphoclimates, including both undisturbed and anthropogenically modified landscapes. The presented studies apply a diverse set of tools and data analyses, including up to date field measurements and monitoring techniques, remotely sensed/GIS-based analyses, modelling, geochemical and fingerprinting measurements and techniques, dendrochronological approaches, and cosmogenic radionuclide dating.

This session is organized by the I.A.G./A.I.G. Working Group on Denudation and Environmental Changes in Different Morphoclimatic Zones (DENUCHANGE).

Co-organized as BG2.20/NH3.24/SSS13.12
Convener: Katja Laute | Co-conveners: Achim A. Beylich, Małgorzata Mazurek, Ana Navas, Olimpiu Pop
| Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Room 0.31
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Hall X2

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X2

Chairperson: Małgorzata Mazurek, Ana Navas, Olimpiu Pop
X2.41 |
Joanna Caputa and Elżbieta Gorczyca
X2.42 |
Daniel Hölbling, Raphael Spiekermann, and Harley Betts
X2.46 |
Spatial Distribution of Landslide-triggering Rainfall Thresholds in Lower Austria and Vienna
Damir Hatunic and Thomas Glade
X2.47 |
Olimpiu Pop, Radek Tichavský, Ionela-Georgiana Răchită, Karel Šilhán, Daniel Germain, Ana-Neli Ianăş, and Flaviu Meseşan
X2.51 |
Jiacun Chen, Leticia Gaspar, Ivan Lizaga, Xinbao Zhang, and Ana Navas
X2.53 |
Sediment budget and hotspots of siltation in the Lower Ganga river, India using an integrated hydrological and remote sensing approach
(withdrawn after no-show)
Rajiv Sinha and Shobhit Singh
X2.56 |
Stuart Grieve, Tristram Hales, Simon Mudd, Fiona Clubb, and Robert Parker
X2.57 |
Tobias Heckmann, Florian Haas, Moritz Altmann, Livia Piermattei, and Michael Becht
X2.58 |
| Highlight
Michael Becht, Tobias Heckmann, Florian Haas, Norbert Pfeifer, Ben Marzeion, Inga Labuhn, Markus Disse, Gabriele Chiogna, and Brigitta Erschbamer
X2.60 |
Shailendra K. Kumre, Surendra K. Mishra, and Ashish Pandey