Inselbergs: Geomorphology and Geoecology

@inproceedings{Bremer2000InselbergsGA,
  title={Inselbergs: Geomorphology and Geoecology},
  author={Hanna Bremer and Heidi Hausein Sander},
  year={2000}
}
Inselbergs are isolated rises above a plain which consist of hard bedrock. If they have a soil cover, then this is very sparse. They vary in height depending on their development, and they take on different forms, as far as both ground plan and cross section are concerned, according to their genesis and lithology. Microforms caused by weathering can have formed on the rock surfaces. 

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