Marek Ewertowski
Marek Ewertowski
Faculty of Geographical and Geological Sciences, Adam Mickiewicz University
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Post-“Little Ice Age” retreat rates of glaciers around Billefjorden in central Spitsbergen, Svalbard
G Rachlewicz, W Szczuciński, M Ewertowski
Polish Polar Research, 159-186, 2007
Glacial geomorphological mapping: A review of approaches and frameworks for best practice
BMP Chandler, H Lovell, CM Boston, S Lukas, ID Barr, ĶÖ Benediktsson, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 185, 806-846, 2018
Planning of recreational trails in protected areas: Application of regression tree analysis and geographic information systems
AM Tomczyk, M Ewertowski
Applied Geography 40, 129-139, 2013
Flįajökull (north lobe), Iceland: active temperate piedmont lobe glacial landsystem
DJA Evans, M Ewertowski, C Orton
Journal of Maps 12 (5), 777-789, 2016
Quantification of the ice-cored moraines' short-term dynamics in the high-Arctic glaciers Ebbabreen and Ragnarbreen, Petuniabukta, Svalbard
MW Ewertowski, AM Tomczyk
Geomorphology 234, 211-227, 2015
Glacial geomorphology of the Skįlafellsjökull foreland, Iceland: a case study of ‘annual’moraines
BMP Chandler, DJA Evans, DH Roberts, M Ewertowski, AI Clayton
Journal of Maps 12 (5), 904-916, 2016
Operational Framework for Rapid, Very-high Resolution Mapping of Glacial Geomorphology Using Low-cost Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Structure-from-Motion Approach
M Ewertowski, A Tomczyk, D Evans, D Roberts, W Ewertowski
Remote Sensing 11 (1), 65, 2019
Quantifying short-term surface changes on recreational trails: The use of topographic surveys and ‘digital elevation models of differences’(DODs)
AM Tomczyk, M Ewertowski
Geomorphology 183, 58-72, 2013
Controlled, ice-cored moraines: sediments and geomorphology. An example from Ragnarbreen, Svalbard
M Ewertowski, L Kasprzak, I Szuman, AM Tomczyk
Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie 56 (1), 53-74, 2012
Degradation of recreational trails, Gorce National Park, Poland
AM Tomczyk, M Ewertowski
Journal of Maps 7 (1), 507-518, 2011
Effects of extreme natural events on the provision of ecosystem services in a mountain environment: The importance of trail design in delivering system resilience and ecosystem …
AM Tomczyk, PCL White, MW Ewertowski
Journal of Environmental Management 166, 156-167, 2016
Ice‐wedge pseudomorphs and frost‐cracking structures in Weichselian sediments, central‐west Poland
M Ewertowski
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 20 (4), 316-330, 2009
Recent transformations in the high‐Arctic glacier landsystem, Ragnarbreen, Svalbard
M Ewertowski
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 96 (3), 265-285, 2014
Thermo-mechanical facies representative of fast and slow flowing ice sheets: the Weichselian ice sheet, a central west Poland case study
I Szuman, M Ewertowski, L Kasprzak
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 124 (5), 818-833, 2013
Glacial geomorphology of the terrestrial margins of the tidewater glacier, Nordenskiöldbreen, Svalbard
MW Ewertowski, DJA Evans, DH Roberts, AM Tomczyk
Journal of Maps 12 (sup1), 476-487, 2016
Controls on the location, morphology and evolution of complex esker systems at decadal timescales, Breišamerkurjökull, southeast Iceland
RD Storrar, DJA Evans, CR Stokes, M Ewertowski
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (11), 1421-1438, 2015
Skaftafellsjökull, Iceland: glacial geomorphology recording glacier recession since the Little Ice Age
DJA Evans, M Ewertowski, C Orton
Journal of Maps 13 (2), 358-368, 2017
Rapid advance of two mountain glaciers in response to mine‐related debris loading
SSR Jamieson, MW Ewertowski, DJA Evans
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 120 (7), 1418-1435, 2015
A new framework for prioritising decisions on recreational trail management
AM Tomczyk, MW Ewertowski, PCL White, L Kasprzak
Landscape and Urban Planning 167, 1-13, 2017
Ocena stanu środowiska geograficznego szlaków turystycznych–wykorzystanie GIS do integracji i analizy danych terenowych i kartograficznych
Przegląd Geograficzny 79 (2), 271-295, 2007
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