By: JB Whittow
496 pages, Illus
Explains in a systematic way the relationship between the landscape and its underlying rocks and structures. Whilst the book concentrates on the character of rock types and the varying ways in which they have been worked upon by weather, rivers, glaciers, and wind, attention is also given to the evolution of the cultural landscapes in post-glacial times.
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