Evolution of fluvial terrace systems primarily cause regional uplift of near-surface lithosphere, and erosion-accumulation processes condidioned by local climatic an hydrologic factors. We would like to make complete unique results using a merged divers methods, so it is possible to write the history of landscape evolution from the Late Pleistocene to the present day. The most important pillars of methodology are:

Relation of neotectonic to geomorphology

Neotektonic aspects would be highlighted, particularly the derivation of rate and duration of last uplift stage of study area since Middle Pleistocene, displaying by spatial and temporal differentiation resulting in river network changes. Within case sites or even at regional scale, methods of morphometric and morphostructural geomorphological analsyses, stratigraphy and paleoreconstruction would be applied, in part on the basis of available data (maps, boreholes, archive records, other studies) due to confrontation with new own recognition.

Fluvial and Eolian Sediments on the Terrace Surface

Pleistocene climatic changes caused wet and temperature changes, which eventuet various sediment deposits. The fluvial and eolian sediments on the surface of terraces sign some parameters of climate processes. It is possible to analyse next methods: chronometric dating (C 14), complex lithostratigraphy, petrography, geomorphology, secondary carbonates analysis, cluster analysis, micromorphology, spectromorphometry and thermalanalysis.

Holocene evolution of river channels

The Late Pleistocene evolution of study area can be interconnect with the landscape of present day. The contents of recent alluvial and floodplain sediments allude to Holocene fluvial geomorphologic processes of rivers. It is possible to make a sedimentological study of fluvial deposits based on lithofacial analyses and interpretation of alluvial sedimentation.