Geomorphology RAS

Geomorfologiya (Geomorphology RAS) is the only scientific journal in Russia concerned with studies of the Earth’s relief and relief-forming processes. It has been published for 45 years (since 1970). Its issues appear regularly 4 times a year and contain papers on various topics, such as studies of terrestrial, coastal and submarine landforms, geomorphological processes, ecological and applied geomorphology, and newly developed methods of research, as well as notes on history of the science and book reviews.

Aricles concerning neotectonics and paleogeography are accepted only if issues, considered there, are in close relationship with geomorphology. Journal also publishes reviews to the new scientific works concerning issues listed above, and chronical-informational reports about scientific meetings, conferences and summits took place.

In 2015 the journal will be 45 years old, which may be considered “the age of maturity”. During those years 180 issues came off the press; they contained more than 2700 papers written by about 1500 authors, including researches from academic institutions, teachers and professors from institutions of higher education, as well as specialists from various scientific and industrial organizations. Among the authors, there are both famous scientists and beginners making the first attempt at publishing their results. The portfolio in the office is never empty.


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No 2 (2019)

Riverbank erosion: factors, mechanism, human activity
Berkovich K.M., Zlotina L.V., Turykin L.A.
Geomorphology RAS. 2019;(2):3-17
The expected future super-eruption of the Yellowstone super volcano (USA) is “cancelled” by the Pleistocene glaciation and by the inversion of caldera complex development
Melekestsev I.V.
Geomorphology RAS. 2019;(2):18-36
Ecological and Applied Geomorphology
Assessment of contemporary erosion/sedimentation rates trend within a small cultivated catchment using the radiocaesium-137 as a chronomarker (a case study from the Udmurt republic, European Russia)
Gusarov A.V., Rysin I.I., Sharifullin A.G., Golosov V.N.
Geomorphology RAS. 2019;(2):37-56
Scientific Research Methods
Methodology of the multiscale assessment of geomorphological safety of seacoasts, on the example of the south-eastern Baltic coast
Abdullaeva I.V., Bredikhin A.V.
Geomorphology RAS. 2019;(2):57-67
The application of the scale-space theory for medium-resolution DTM in geological and geotectonic studies
Rybas O.V., Gilmanova G.Z.
Geomorphology RAS. 2019;(2):68-78
Short communications
Morpholithodynamics of lagoonal straits of the North-Eastern Sakhalin
Afanasev V.V.
Geomorphology RAS. 2019;(2):79-94
History of Science
Study of erosion-channel systems and its components: theory, history, and practice
Chalov R.S., Berkovich K.M., Larionov G.A., Litvin L.F.
Geomorphology RAS. 2019;(2):95-108