6 edition of Landforms and geomorphology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Cuchlaine A. M. King.|
|Series||Benchmark papers in geology ; 28|
|Contributions||King, Cuchlaine A. M.|
|LC Classifications||GB405 .L36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 404 p. :|
|Number of Pages||404|
|LC Control Number||76003489|
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The Earth's surface and its topography therefore are an intersection of climatic, hydrologicand biologic action with geologic processes, or alternatively stated, the intersection of the Earth's lithosphere with its hydrosphereatmosphereand biosphere. Most of the populated cities all around the world are situated near the coasts; thus, majority of the population of the world lives within few kilometers of the coast. Soilregolithand rock move downslope under the force of gravity via creepslidesflows, topples, and falls. If you find this content interesting, please continue reading and browse the entire book on ScienceDirect.
E53 v. This is the deepest river canyon in the world. The book is unique in focus, content, scope and in bringing together engineering, ecological and geomorphological approaches to the three key areas of river system science. This book will help them get started in the best possible way, with thoughtful advice on everything from project design, through choice of methods, to data analysis and presentation. Topography can modify the local climate, for example through orographic precipitationwhich in turn modifies the topography by changing the hydrologic regime in which it evolves. These systems take on four general patterns: dendritic, radial, rectangular, and trellis.
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Valuable teaching aid. Examining what landscape is, and how we use a range of ideas and techniques to study it, Andrew Goudie and Heather Viles demonstrate how geomorphologists have built on classic methods pioneered by some great 19th century scientists to examine our Earth.
At a smaller scale, Nature often surprises us creating shapes which look improbable. Anthropogenic activities have significantly affected the fluvial geomorphological regimes within a very short time span.
Landforms and landscapes vary enormously across the Earth, from high mountains to endless plains. Hence, two chapters on fluvial geomorphology and one chapter on coastal geomorphology are being presented here. These approaches are used to understand weathering and the formation of soilssediment transportlandscape change, and the interactions between climate, tectonics, erosion, and deposition.
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Hence, fluvial geomorphology has been studied a lot in details. The text of each chapter is accompanied by several illustrative schemes, figures and photographs, derived from real research and professional experiences.
A developing sub-field within geomorphology, urban geomorphology endeavors to contribute to an understanding of human-environment interactions and impacts of people on expanding urban environments during the perceived Anthropocene though sometimes ancient human history can inform us as well.
This is the deepest river canyon in the world. Well written and covers a wide range of methods thoroughly. There are various morphometric parameters and morphometric indices being used in geomorphometry to define the landform analysis and classification.
Learn more about our Earth and Environmental Science books here. Many geomorphological landscapes are so immensely beautiful that they received the highest possible recognition — they hold the status of World Heritage properties. An accessible primer, it will be used by students as a reference throughout their degree, on all issues from research design to presentation.
It offers examples and case studies that enable students to comprehend the related components of process-landform relationships. Indications of effects of windfluvialglacialmass wastingmeteor impacttectonics and volcanic processes are studied .
Fluvial geomorphologists focus on rivershow they transport sedimentmigrate across the landscapecut into bedrockrespond to environmental and tectonic changes, and interact with humans. Hence, he proposed that land and sea change places.structurally controlled landforms, karst features, glacial processes and landforms, and coastal processes and landforms.
The final two chapters are short, touching briefly on applied geomorphology and the history of the field of geomorphology itself.
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If you don't see any interesting for you, use our search form on bottom ↓. The aim of this book is to provide a general vision of the multiple aspects of Geomorphology and to provide a methodological foundation to approach the study of various branches of geomorphology.
To this end, the book contains a basic bibliography that can be used for future research. Geomorphological landforms and processes exert a strong influence on surface engineering works, yet comparatively little systematic information on geomorphology is available to engineers.
This book presents a worldwide view of geomorphology for engineers and other professionals on the near-surface engineering problems associated with the various landscapes.
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