Asmanis (1937) describes gully incision in new, unaffected areas in the Gauja River valley.
The scope of this study includes the investigation of the spatial distribution of landslides and gullies in the Gauja River valley between Sigulda and Ligatne and determination of their related factors.
Middle and Upper Devonian sandstone, siltstone, clay and dolomite outcrop on the slopes of the Gauja River valley (Fig.
The Gauja River valley has no common system of terraces but four separate systems (Aboltins 1971).
Field survey was carried out along both banks of the Gauja River valley.
The slopes of the Gauja River valley as we see nowadays have been subject to intensive erosion and deposition processes.
The development of the Gauja River valley gully network is poorly constrained.
The Gauja River dropped suddenly in the span between the towns of Sigulda and Ligatne (Aboltins 1971).
In trying to predict the future scenarios of slope evolution in the Gauja River valley, climate change should be considered.
The variability of landslide susceptibility in the landscapes of the Gauja River valley can be expressed by landslide-related factors.
A typical dendritic gully erosion network of the study area was formed due to specific morphological, lithological and palaeoenvironmental characteristics in this span of the Gauja River valley.
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