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Zusammenfassung

Zwischen dem Bristolkanal und der Irischen See springt Großbritannien mit einer in N—S über 200 km langen, in E—W 100–200 km breiten Halbinsel gegen W vor. Bei einer Fl. von rund 20 000 km2 hat sie eine Küstenlänge von ungef. 650 km. Sie deckt sich annähernd mit dem Fürstentum (Principality) Wales, läßt sich aber gegen E, gegen die Übergangslandschaft der Wälschen Marken, nicht leicht abgrenzen (vgl. S. 656). Die wälschen1) Gr. Denbigh-und Flintshire greifen nämlich auch in das Tiefland über, umgekehrt Hereford- und Moumouthshire (über dessen eigenartige Stellung vgl. S. 661) in das Bergland ein. Die natürliche E-Grenze von Wales nimmt man am besten entlang dem Fuß der Höhen an, von welchen die Hügelwellen der Marken, die meist unter 200 m H. bleiben, im W umsäumt werden. Denn Wales selbst ist morphologisch in der Hauptsache ein zerschnittenes Hochplateau, über das sich. oft inselförmig, einzelne Berggruppen und -rücken herausheben und das nur längs der Küste von bald breiteren, bald schmäleren Streifen niedriger Plateaus und ausnahmsweise von kleinen Tiefebenen begleitet wird. Fast überall beherrschen sanft geschwungene Linien das Blickfeld, leicht wogen die Plateauflächen auf und ab, manchmal auch im Inneren zu weiten Talfluchten erniedrigt. Ausgedehnte Teile halten sich in über 300 m H., nur wenige erwecken den Eindruck eines wirklichen Gebirges; so stark ist die Auflösung des Hochlandes.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Johann Sölch
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  1. 1.Universität WienÖsterreich

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