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Stan wiedzy na temat rozwoju dolin ekstraglacjalnych na Niżu Polskim w okresie przejściowym plejstocen-holocen

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The stage of knowlege of valley evolution in non-glaciated regions of the Polish Plain during the transition period from Pleistocene to Holocene
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During the transition period between Pleistocene and Holocene, from 20 000 to 8000 BC,
river valleys were subject to the impact of vistulian ice-sheet or to the influence of periglacial
climate. Their development was dependent on their width and position in relation to the edge
of the ice-sheet.
In the southern part of the Polish Plain three areas where advanced river valley research
is carried out can be distinguished (Fig. l). The frrst of these is the middle Vistula valley
which was formed by water inflow from the upper montainous part of the basin and by the
direct influence of the Scandinavian ice-sheet. The second area where research is the most
advanced methodologically encloses the Prosna river valley and the middle Warta river valley.
The Prosna valley was situated in a periglacial zone and the Proma base level changed
according to the vistulian ice-sheet location. The middle Warta river valley was embraced by
the Leszno stage zone and thus is of pradolina origin. The Łódź Upland situated on
a watershed is the third area of valley studies. Here the research is concerned with the upper
parts of small valleys, where climatic and glacial factors did not mingle with each other. Also
investigations of denudational valley infI1l are valuable for the valley studies.
During the transitional period three stages of river valley development (Fig. 2) can be
recognized:
1. 20000-14 500 B.C. - the braided river phase with glacial, periglacial and mixed
supplies. Aggradation of valley floors was characteristic of the phase and cut and built terace
formation occured rarely.
2. 14 500-10 000 B.C. - the complex phase of valley floor cutting with simultaneous
change from braided to widely meandering channel patterns. Present results show that the
alternation did not occur at the same time in diITerent valleys or even fragments of valleys
and was strongly dependent on local conditions.
3. 10000-8000 B.C. - the meandering river phase with decreasing meander proportions
untill mezo-Holocene.
In general the state of knowledge od valley development in non-glaciated regions of the
Polish Plain in the transition period is regarded as advanced. That is, to a considerable extent,
the result of various conditions in the areas where the studies are conducted.
It is recommended that the research methods should be perfected and standardized. This
would enable the distinction and comparision of local and general determinants of valley
evolution to be made more precisely. Expansion of model application from the Warta river
study area to others would speed the transition from quality to quantity characteristics of
the process.
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Zebrano poglądy na temat ewolucji dolin w okresie przejściowym plejstocen - holocen
(20000-8000 lat BP) na nizinnych, ekstraglacjalnych obszarach Polski. Podkreślono różnorodność
typów i wielkości dolin oraz wynikającą z nich złożoność procesów w omawianym okresie.
We wszystkich dolinach należy wyróżnić trzy główne fazy rozwoju: l) 20000-14500 lat BP
- faza rzeki roztokowej o zasilaniu glacjalnym iflub peryglacjalnym i przewadze agradacji den
dolinnych, 2) 14 500-10000 lat BP - wieloetapowe rozcinanie dolin, a jednocześnie zmiana
odpływu roztokowego na meandrujący (meandry wielkopromienne), 3) 10000--8000 lat BP
- faza odpływu meandrowego, przejście od meandrów wielkopromiennych do małopromiennych.
Znajomość rozwoju dolin ekstraglacjalnych na niżu uznano za zaawansowaną, chociaż
stan badań jest bardzo różny, a stosowane metody badawcze często nieporównywalne, co
w przyszłości należałoby zmienić.
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1997
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http://hdl.handle.net/11089/2969
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bwmeta1.element.hdl_11089_2969
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