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         Geomorphology:     more books (100)
  1. Process Geomorphology by Dale F. Ritter, R. Craig Kochel, et all 2006-08-25
  2. Landscapes and Geomorphology: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Andrew Goudie, Heather Viles, 2010-11-01
  3. Geomorphology: The Mechanics and Chemistry of Landscapes by Robert S. Anderson, Suzanne P. Anderson, 2010-07-26
  4. Soils and Geomorphology by Peter Birkeland, 1999-02-25
  5. Geomorphology of Desert Environments
  6. Global Geomorphology by Michael A. Summerfield, 1991
  7. Fundamentals of Fluvial Geomorphology by Ro Charlton, 2007-12-26
  8. Fluvial Processes in Geomorphology by Luna B. Leopold, M. Gordon Wolman, et all 1995-06-28
  9. Introduction to Coastal Processes and Geomorphology by Robin Davidson-Arnott, 2010-01-25
  10. Tectonic Geomorphology by Doug Burbank, Robert Anderson, 2000-12-27
  11. Applied Fluvial Geomorphology for River Engineering and Management
  12. Anthropogenic Geomorphology: A Guide to Man-Made Landforms
  13. Fundamentals of Geomorphology by Richard Huggett, 2011-03-04
  14. Karst Hydrogeology and Geomorphology by Derek C. Ford, Paul Williams, 2007-05-15

1. Geomorphology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
geomorphology is practiced within geology, geodesy, geography, archaeology, and civil and environmental engineering. Early studies in geomorphology are the
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You can improve this article by introducing more precise citations. For other uses, see Physiographic regions of the world Surface of the Earth Geomorphology (from Greek: γη, ge , "earth"; μορφή, morf© , "form"; and λόγος, logos , "knowledge") is the study of landforms and the processes that shape them. Geomorphologists seek to understand why landscapes look the way they do: to understand landform history and dynamics, and predict future changes through a combination of field observation, physical experiment, and numerical modeling . Geomorphology is practiced within geology geodesy geography archaeology , and civil and environmental engineering . Early studies in geomorphology are the foundation for pedology , one of two main branches of soil science Landforms evolve in response to a combination of natural and anthropogenic processes. The landscape is built up through

2. Geomorphology - Elsevier
geomorphology publishes peerreviewed works across the full spectrum of the discipline from fundamental theory and science to applied research of relevance
Home Site map Elsevier websites Alerts ... Geomorphology Journal information Product description Editorial board Audience Abstracting/indexing ... Special issues and supplements Subscription information Bibliographic and ordering information Conditions of sale Dispatch dates Journal-related information Contact the publisher Impact factor Most downloaded articles Other journals in same subject area ... Select your view GEOMORPHOLOGY
R.A. Marston, T. Oguchi, A. Plater

See editorial board for all editors information
Geomorphology publishes peer-reviewed works across the full spectrum of the discipline from fundamental theory and science to applied research of relevance to sustainable management of the environment. Our journal's scope includes geomorphic themes of: tectonics and regional structure; glacial processes and landforms; fluvial sequences, Quaternary environmental change and dating; fluvial processes and landforms; mass movement, slopes and periglacial processes; hillslopes and soil erosion; weathering, karst and soils; aeolian processes and landforms, coastal dunes and arid environments; coastal and marine processes, estuaries and lakes; modelling, theoretical and quantitative geomorphology; DEM, GIS and remote sensing methods and applications; hazards, applied and planetary geomorphology; and volcanics.
ISSN: 0169-555X
Commenced publication 1987
Subscriptions for the year 2008, Volumes 93-102, 40 issues

3. Lisa Wells' Geomorphology Images
Images Illustrating Principles of geomorphology. by Professor Lisa Wells, Vanderbilt University. Ancient sands outcropping below Cerro Manchan on the banks
Images Illustrating Principles of Geomorphology
by Professor Lisa Wells, Vanderbilt University
Ancient sands outcropping below Cerro Manchan on the banks of the Rio Casma, Peru, 1986 These images have been prepared for web presentation by Tenara Blood (B.A. Berkeley Geography '96). Return to the Geo-Images Home Page
Alluvial Plain Deposits and Human Transformations of Land Surfaces
Braided channel and terraces
Channel bed and bank
Channel bed with ancient road
Braid bars with varnish ...
Prehistoric dune occupation
Longitudinal dune
Ancient sand outcropping
Dune meets river
Barchan dune ...
Low area in dune field
C oastal Zones and Volcanoes
Very small delta
Bandurria Spit
Zetaform beach
Pebble beach ...
Ignimbrites in valley
Glaciers and Valleys
Moraines on the Puna
Faulted moraines
Normal fault in till
Striated boulders ...
Rio Santa Delta
Desert Pavement/Varnish and Weathering Features
Desert pavement forming
Young desert pavement
Early desert pavement
Desert pavement with rubification ...
Weathered prehistoric adobe
Flood Deposits
Ash layer in flood deposits
Debris flow in flood deposits
Dune sands and flood deposits
Sand and flood layers ...
Large cracks, El Nino surface

4. Geomorphology
The term structure in geomorphology includes not only the orientation of rock units but also their resistance to erosion. Geomorphic processes acting on

5. Geomophology
Flinn s page of applied geomorphology Hillslope instability and Journal of Glacial Geology and geomorphology Electronic journal of the British
Compiled by Lindley Hanson Department of Geological Sciences Salem State College Geomorphology ... Province Geology Geo Index
Sites of General Interest

geomorphology from space a gallery of space imagery.
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Geomorphology From Space
Table of Contents Foreword Prologue Preface ... Geomorphology from Space is an out of print 1986 NASA publication edited by Nicholas M. Short, Sr. and Robert W. Blair, Jr. designed for use by the remote sensing science and educational communities to study landforms and landscapes. The core of this book is a gallery of space imagery consisting of 237 plates, each treating a geographic region where a particular landform theme is exemplified. Commentary, photographs, locator maps, and sometimes a geologic map accompany each plate.
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7. Geomorphology Specialty Group Home Page
Association business, geomorphology resources and links, home of Geomorphorum Newsletter.
Note: The GSG web site has been permanently moved to a new location:
Please update your bookmarks and links accordingly.
I am happy to have served as the GSG web editor for the past 10 years or so, but it is time for a change. I am delighted, therefore, to welcome Michael Urban as the new web editor. Please give him your full support. Allan James
Page formerly maintained by Allan James ; Last updated July 21, 2006.

8. Geography/Geology 352/552: Geomorphology Homepage
Picture (400x207, 67.8Kb). University Wisconsin Stevens Point Dr. Karen A. Lemke, Professor Geography/Geology Department
Geography/Geology Department
University Wisconsin-

Stevens Point
Dr. Karen A. Lemke , Professor
Geography/Geology Department
University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
Stevens Point, WI 54481
Created by K.A. Lemke (
Last revised October 5, 2006

9. GSA Quaternary Geology And Geomorphology Division
The mission of the division is to bring together scientists interested in Quaternary geology and geomorphology, to facilitate presentation and discussion of

10. UC Berkeley Geomorphology
Information about faculty, courses, research, and publications at this University of California campus.
Berkeley Geomorphology

Peter Wilcock's Sediment Transport Seminar 2004
Geomorphology at Berkeley People Courses ... Department of Geography

If you have comments or suggestions, email them to geomorph at berkeley dot edu.

Information and research on fluvial geomorphology and landform evolution on Mars.
GEOMORPHOLOGY HOME PAGE University of Virginia Maintained by : Alan D. Howard, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 22903. (434) 924-0563, (434) 982-2137 FAX email:

12. Fluvial Geomorphology Main Menu
Start the Fluvial geomorphology Module training. This Website was prepared by the State When done with this Fluvial geomorphology training module.
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Fluvial Geomorphology Module
Start the Fluvial Geomorphology Module training This Website was prepared by the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY ESF) under a Subaward with the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) under Cooperative Agreement No. NA17WD2383 with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC). The statements, findings, conclusions, and recommendations are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of NOAA, DOC or UCAR. Please contact Dr. Theodore Endreny P.H., P.E. at SUNY ESF with any questions. End-of-Training Assessment:
  • When done with this Fluvial Geomorphology training module...
  • First, go to the anonymous assessment site, SALG
  • Second, enter the course ID , password water , and select Post survey.

13. Geomorphology Specialty Group Home Page
The geomorphology Specialty Group is a component of the Association of American Geographers. The purpose of this group is to foster better communication
The Geomorphology Specialty Group is a component of the Association of American Geographers. The purpose of this group is to foster better communication among those working in the geomorphic sciences, especially geography. AAG 2008 Preliminary Program 2008 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers
April 15-19, 2008
Marriott Copley Place and Westin Copley Place Hotel
Boston, Massachusetts
As always, Geomorphology will have a strong presence at the Boston meetings, sponsoring a number of paper Sessions as well as the Annual Wiley Blackwell Lecture on Geomorphology and Society featuring Denise J. Reed of the University of New Orleans speaking on ... Managing the Mississippi Delta for the 21st Century: A Challenge to Science and Society
Fluvial Deposits and Environmental History: 39th Annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium Registration is now open for the 39th Annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, Fluvial Deposits and Environmental History , to be held from Friday-Sunday, October 10-11, 2008 on the campus of the University of Texas in Austin. A pre-symposium field trip is scheduled for October 8 and 9, and extends from the Texas Hill Country to the Gulf of Mexico. The goal of the 2008 Symposium is to bring together a diverse range of scholars to advance our understanding of geomorphology and environmental history in several key areas, particularly in paleohydrology, geoarchaeology, and fluvial adjustment to climate change.

14. - Geomorphology - Session Programme
GM3, Landslide geomorphology in a changing enviroment. Convener Glade, T. GM2, Geomorphic processes in steep landscapes. Convener Willgoose, G.

15. Tectonic Geomorphology: Figures
Order a copy of Burbank Anderson, Tectonic geomorphology Blackwell Publishing. Related Resource Rates of erosion and their implications for exhumation
Cover Page Table of Contents Chapter Figures: [ all
Tectonic Geomorphology
Blackwell Publishing

Related Resource: Rates of erosion and their implications for exhumation by D. W. Burbank
Page last modified: May 22 2007 04:21:31 PM

16. Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium 2007
The 38th Annual Binghamton geomorphology Symposium will be held from FridaySunday, October 5-7, 2007 at the Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth
Overview Agenda Field Trip Speakers ... Contact Us
The 38th Annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium will be held from Friday-Sunday, October 5-7, 2007 at the Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences at Duke University, Durham, NC. A copy of Complexity of Geomorphology, 2007 , the proceedings of this symposium, is included in the registration fee. An optional overnight field trip to the Duke Marine Lab in Beaufort, NC [ visiting barrier islands and Cape Lookout ] will precede the symposium on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 4-5. Talks, by invited speakers, will take place on Saturday, and on Sunday morning, with discussion sessions interspersed throughout. The symposium consists of a single session, so that participants can be involved in all the talks and discussions. Contributed posters will be on display through Saturday and Sunday, with some breaks allotted to poster attendance and conversations. Each participant will receive a bound volume containing papers corresponding to the talksthe latest addition to the Binghamton Geomorphology series.
Complexity of Geomorphology
For many geomorphologists, the answers to these questions have been shifting; perspectives arising from complex-systems research have opened up new ways of understanding surface processes.

17. Geomorphology At Arizona
Further information about the group and its research can be obtained from Jon Pelletier and from these links. Geos 450/550 Introduction to geomorphology
Jon D. Pelletier
Associate Professor
Department of Geosciences
University of Arizona
1040 E. Fourth St.
Tucson, AZ 85721
curriculum vitae

Research Interests: Landforms on Earth's surface are sculpted by flowing water in the form of rivers and glaciers and by the wind and windborne particles. My work seeks to understand the intrinsic feedbacks between landforms on Earth's surface and the fluid flow above the surface which creates these self-organized patterns. I focus on computer modeling and in the integration of model results with field and remote-sensing data. Active research projects: Geomorphology group members at UA: I am actively recruiting new graduate students.

18. Geomorphic Provinces usgsnps/province/province.html geomorphology - Encyclopedia Entry Learn about geomorphology. Read our encyclopedia entry on geomorphology.

19. Active Tectonics, Quantitative Structural Geology And Geomorphology
Active Tectonics, Quantitative Structural. Geology and geomorphology. Questions and comments can be addressed to Dr. Arrowsmith at
Active Tectonics, Quantitative Structural
Geology and Geomorphology
Questions and comments can be addressed to Dr. Arrowsmith at

20. McDowell Home Page
Geog 4/508 Field Course in Soils, geomorphology and Geoarchaeology Go to UO Environmental Change Research page; look under Fluvial geomorphology
Prof. Patricia F. McDowell
Department of Geography
University of Oregon Research CV How to contact me
Dept. of Geography
... University of Oregon Course web pages: Summer 2008: Geog 4/510: River and Riparian Field Studies, June 16-25, Klamath Basin Spring 2008: Geog 4/527: Fluvial Geomorphology Friday class meeting schedule Winter 2008: Geog 607: Graduate Seminar on River Restoration: Practice and Critique Summer 200 Geog 4/510: River and Riparian Field Studies, Sept. 10-20, Klamath Basin Spring 200 Geog 4/527: Fluvial Geomorphology Winter Geog 360: Watershed Science and Policy Spring 200 Geog 4/527: Fluvial Geomorphology
Lab 2 cross-sections and images
Winter 2006: Geog 607: Seminar in Biohydrogeomorphology Spring 200 Geog 360: Watershed Science and Policy
Geog 4/527: Fluvial Geomorphology Spring 200 Geog 360: Watershed Science and Policy
Geog 4/527: Fluvial Geomorphology Winter 200 Geog 322: Geomorphology
Geog 607: Seminar:
Reshaping the Grande Ronde River: Natural and Social Processes Summer 2003: Geog 4/508: Field Course in Soils, Geomorphology and Geoarchaeology

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