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An Excursion Guide to the Geomorphology of the Howgill Fells

Geology Guide
By: Adrian Harvey(Author)
118 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps, tables
An Excursion Guide to the Geomorphology of the Howgill Fells
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  • An Excursion Guide to the Geomorphology of the Howgill Fells ISBN: 9781780460703 Paperback Jun 2017 In stock
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About this book

The Howgills form part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The fells are an important study area, especially in relation to modern process geomorphology but also in the context of environmental change. The purpose of this field guide is to give background for students of geomorphology and late Quaternary environmental change.

Contents

Acknowledgements

First Part - The Geomorphology of the Howgill Fells
1: Introduction Regional overview
2: Holocene Landform evolution
3: The modern geomorphic system

Second Part - The field sites
5: A Reconnaissance road trip around the Howgill Fells
6: The Western Howgills
7: The Northern Howgills
8: The Southern Howgills
9: Final Reflections

References
Appendices

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Biography

Adrian Harvey is a retired Professor of Geomorphology from the University of Liverpool. He has published many research papers on Howgill geomorphic processes, and, often with colleagues, on the Holocene landform sequence. He has led field trips to the area for more than forty years.

Geology Guide
By: Adrian Harvey(Author)
118 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps, tables
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