May 7, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 242 Pages
ISBN 9780367207434 - CAT# K419061
Series: Routledge Library Editions: Geology
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This unique treatment of geomorphology, first published in 1986, provides a comprehensive work to enable students to see the subject as a whole. Taking the concepts that run through the subject and cut across its standard divisions, the book summarises the history of intellectual debate in geomorphology and then describes modern developments, both pure and applied.
1. The History of Geomorphological Debate in the Pre-Davisian Era 2. William Morris Davis: the Geographical Cycle of Erosion 3. Other Applications of the Cycle Concept 4. The Response in Britain to the Cycle: Denudation Chronology 5. The Continental Response to Davis’s Cycle 6. Pleistocene Geomorphology: the Impact of Environmental Change 7. Form 8. Process 9. Materials 10. Methods of Analysis 11. Background to Applied Studies 12. Environmental Hazards 13. Environmental Management 14. Resource Evaluation 15. Pure and Applied Geomorphology in Context