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Prof. Arno Kleber

Prof. Arno Kleber

Physical Geography

Dresden University of Technology, Germany

Professor


Email: Arno.kleber@tu-dresden.de


Qualifications

1986 Ph.D., Physical Geography, University of Bayreuth, Germany

1981 M.Sc., Geography and Economics, University of Erlangen, Germany


Publications (Selected)

  1. Kleber, A. & B. Terhorst (Eds., in prep.): Mid-latitude Slope Depo-sits (Cover Beds). - Book Series “Developments in Sedimentology”, Elsevier.
  2. Lorz, C., K. Heller & A. Kleber (in press): The regolith continuum ‑ a key compartment for processes, properties and functions of landscapes. – Z. Geomorphol. N.F.
  3. Kleber, A. (2010): Structure-independent landscape elements in southern Franconian scarplands. – Z. Geomorphol. N.F. 54: 393-404.
  4. Dietze, M. & A. Kleber (2010): Spatial prediction of material and thickness properties of periglacial cover beds. – Geoderma 156: 346-356.
  5. Wolf, S., U. Walz & A. Kleber (2009): Effects of land-cover change on soil erosion in the “Sächsische Schweiz” National Park Region. – Die Erde 140: 155-174. [ISI-pending]
  6. Kleber, A. (2006): “Kolluvium” does not equal “colluvium”. – Z. Geomorphol. N.F. 50: 541-542.
  7. Kleber, A. (2004): Timing of the Central European upper layer (Hauptlage) – a synthesis deduced from analogues. – Z. Geomorphol. N.F. 48: 491-499.
  8. Kleber, A. (2000): Compound soil horizons with mixed calcic and argillic properties - examples from the northern Great Basin, USA. – Catena 41: 111-131.
  9. Kleber, A. (1999): Cover-beds as relative-dating tools - examples from the western U.S.A. – Z. Geo­morphol. N. F. 43: 51-59.
  10. Kleber, A. & V.V. Gusev (1998): Soil parent materials in the Moshaysk-district, Russia. – Ca­te­na 34: 61-74.
  11. Kleber, A. & A. Schellenberger (1998): Slope hydrology triggered by cover-beds. With an example from the Frankenwald Mountains, northeastern Bavaria. – Z. Geomorphol. N. F. 42: 469-482.
  12. Kleber, A., R. Mailänder & W. Zech (1998): Stratigraphic approach to alteration in mineral soils - the heavy metal example. – Soil Science Soc. America J. 62: 1647-1750.
  13. Kleber, A., J. Lindemann, A. Schellenberger, C. Beierkuhnlein, M. Kaupen­jo­hann & S. Peiffer (1998): Slope deposits and water paths in a spring catchment, Franken­wald, Bavaria, Ger­many. – Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 50: 119-126.
  14. Kleber, A. (1997): Cover-beds as soil parent materials in mid-latitude regions. – Catena 30: 197-213.
  15. Kleber, A. (1995): Influence of elevation on cover-beds and soils. Northeastern Great Basin and adjacent Rocky Mountains, USA. – Mitt. Österr. Geogr. Ges. 137: 223-244.
  16. Kleber, A. (1994): On the paleoecology of the northern Great Basin and adjacent Rocky Mountains. – Z. Geomorphol. N. F. 38: 421-434.
  17. Kleber, A. (1994): Traces of Laacher See Tephra in cover-beds near Chagny, Bourgogne, France. – Revue de Géomorphologie dynamique 45: 71-76.
  18. Kleber, A. (1992): Periglacial slope deposits and their pedogenic implications in Germany. – Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 99: 361-372.
  19. Kleber, A. (1990): Upper Quaternary sediments and soils in the Great Salt Lake area, USA. – Z. Geomorphol. N.F. 34: 271-281.