Biuletyn Peryglacjalny

Summary

Biuletyn Peryglacjalny was a scientific journal covering research on periglacial geomorphology. It was established in 1954 in Łódź by Polish geomorphologist Jan Dylik, who was its editor-in-chief until 1972.[1][2] The journal ceased publication after 39 issues in 2000,[3] after having played an important role in the development of periglacial geomorphology.[1]

Biuletyn Peryglacjalny
DisciplinePeriglacial geomorphology
LanguageEnglish, French
Edited byJan Dylik (1954–72)
Publication details
History1954—2000
Publisher
Państwowe Wydawn, Naukowe (Poland)
FrequencyAnnually
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Biul. Peryglac.
Indexing
CODENBIPEAK
ISSN0067-9038
LCCN59028033
OCLC no.915048162

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b French, Hugh M. (2008). "Periglacial Processes and Forms". In Burt, T.P.; Chorley, R.J.; Brunsden, D.; Cox, N.J.; Goudie, A.S. (eds.). Quaternary and Recent Processes and Forms (1890–1965) and the Mid-Century Revolutions. The History of the Study of Landforms: Or the Development of Geomorphology. Vol. 4. pp. 647–49. ISBN 978-1862392496.
  2. ^ French, Hugh M. (2007). "Introduction". The Periglacial Environment (3rd ed.). John Wiley & Sons. p. 4. ISBN 978-0-470-86588-0.
  3. ^ "Biuletyn Peryglacjalny". Library of Congress Catalog. Library of Congress. Retrieved 2016-09-26.