Complex morphostructural passages in the East part of Balkan Peninsula

Research Article

Complex morphostructural passages in the East part of Balkan Peninsula

Tzanko Tzankov, Svetla Stankova, Rosen Iliev, Ilia Mitkov

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Abstract

The Complex Morphostructural Passages are the first rare negative morphostructural units in the Late Quaternary (Late Pleistocene- Holocene) Relief of the Balkan Peninsula East Part. They are composed by morphostructural passages, kettle morphostructures, morhostructural thresholds, river valley morphostructures and morphostructural gorges. The mentioned negative compound morphounits present the contemporary relicts from the post Early Pleistocene Orthoplain Denudation or Denudation-accumulative Plane.

The Complex Morphostructural Passages participle together with the younger positive dome-like and mountain arched morphostructures in the contemporary relief building.

Keywords: morphostructural passage, kettle morphostructure, morhostructural threshold, river valley morphostructure, morphostructural gorge, orthoplain relict

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Citation / Начин на цитиране

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Tzankov T, Stankova S, Iliev R, Mitkov I (2019) Complex morphostructural passages in the East part of Balkan Peninsula. Journal of the Bulgarian Geographical Society 41: 3-9. https://doi.org/10.3897/jbgs.2019.41.1

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