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Geomorphology (7-Volume Set)

Series: Geomorphology

By: David JA Evans

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Hardback | Dec 2004 | #144204 | ISBN: 041527608X
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Geomorphology concerns the forms of the land's surface and the processes that create them. It is an integral part of studies in physical geography and also has significant bearing on geology and engineering. Since the nineteenth century, many systems of classifying landforms have been devised and this has led to recognized areas of specialist study, most notably fluvial, slope, coastal, glacial and periglacial, arid lands and landscape evolution. This collection makes available, in one place, key published material on each of these areas of geomorphology, and constitutes an instant archive of essential benchmark papers. By drawing together classic as well as more contemporary material, each volume provides an overview of each field and its development as well as a sense of where current debates are leading. The set as a whole provides representative coverage of the changing perspectives in the study of geomorphology over the past 100 years. The papers have been chosen by specialist editors working with the general editor, David J. A. Evans, and include introductions to each volume to set the selection in its intellectual and historical context.


Contents

Provisional Contents Volume One: Fluvial Geomorphology Olav Slaymaker A. Sediment and solute cascading systems 1. W. E. Dietrich and T. Dunne, 'Sediment budget for a small catchment in mountainous terrain', Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie Supplement, 29, 1978, pp. 191-206. 2. R. F. Stallard and J. M. Edmond, 'Geochemistry of the Amazon. 2. The influence of geology and weathering environment on the dissolved load', Journal of Geophysical Research, 88, 1983, pp. 9671-9688. 3. M. Church, D. Ham, M. Hassan, and O. Slaymaker, 'Fluvial clastic sediment yield in Canada: scaled analysis', Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 36, 1999, pp. 1267-1280. 4. M. G. Wolman and A. P. Schick, 'Effects of construction on fluvial sediment, urban and suburban areas of Maryland', Water Resources Research, 3, 1967, pp. 451-462. 5. I. Douglas, 'The efficiency of humid tropical denudation systems', Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 46, 1969, pp. 1-16. 6. N. Caine and F. J. Swanson, 'Geomorphic coupling of hillslope and channel systems in two small mountain basins', Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie, 33, 1989, pp. 189-203. 7. B. Hallet, L. Hunter, and J. Bogen, 'Rates of erosion and sediment evacuation by glaciers: a review of field data and their implications', Global and Planetary Change, 12, 1996, pp. 213-235. B. River channels as fluvial systems 8. E. Yatsu, 'On the longitudinal profile of the graded river', Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 36, 1955, pp. 655-663. 9. L. B. Leopold and M. G. Wolman, 'River channel patterns: braided, meandering and straight', U.S.Geological Survey Professional Paper 282-B: Washington, D.C, 1957, unpaginated. 10. G. H. Dury, 'Tests of a general theory of misfit streams', Institute of British Geographers, Transactions and Papers, 25, 1958, pp. 105-118. 11. J. H. Mackin, 'Rational and empirical methods of investigation in geology', in C. C. Albritton, ed., The Fabric of Geology. Prepared under the direction of a committee of the Geological Society of America, in commemoration of the society's 75th anniversary, (Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1963), pp. 135-163. 12. B. H. Heede, 'Dynamics of selected mountain streams in the western United States', Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie, 25, 1981, pp. 17-32. 13. M. A. Seidl and W. E. Dietrich, 'The problem of channel erosion into bedrock', Catena Supplement, 23, 1992, pp. 101-124. 14. D. R. Montgomery and J. M. Buffington, 'Channel-reach morphology in mountain drainage basins', Geological Society of America Bulletin, 109, 1997, pp. 596-611. C. River basins as fluvial systems 15. G. K. Gi

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