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Specific exogenetic (external) and endogenetic (internal) effects on fluvial system evolution.

Vandenberghe, Jef and Bridgland, David and Wang, Xianyan (2018) 'Specific exogenetic (external) and endogenetic (internal) effects on fluvial system evolution.', Quaternary., 1 (3). p. 27.


A collection of papers appears under the title “Special External Effects on Fluvial System Evolution” in the journal, Quaternary. This is a new Special Issue under the aegis of the Fluvial Archives Group (FLAG), illustrating the recent progress made in paleo-fluvial research. These papers highlight the high complexity of the external forcing of fluvial dynamics, and especially, the combined results of several interfering variables. In addition, it appears that the study of fluvial archives cannot be limited to the general and direct effects of external variables, but it also has to include the indirect influences that are regionally variable.

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Date accepted:21 November 2018
Date deposited:13 December 2018
Date of first online publication:26 November 2018
Date first made open access:13 December 2018

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