800 pages, 2 Volume set
In two volumes, the Encyclopedia contains over 640 alphabetically organized entries to provide a comprehensive guide both to specific landforms and to the major types of geomorphological processes that create them. The Encyclopedia also demonstrates the major developments that have taken place in recent years in our knowledge of tectonic and climatic changes and in the use of new techniques such as modelling, remote sensing and process measurement.
Highly recommended. All academic and public libraries.
-"Choice, September 2004
"Students, researchers, and practitioners in geomorphology and related fields such as earth science and sedimentology will welcome this comprehensive resource."
-"SciTech Book News, September 2004
"This new two-volume encyclopedia does an admirable job.... Offers a scholarly and authoritative starting place.... Deserving of a place in most academic science reference collections."
-"Against the Grain, September 2004
"This reference work is long overdue... In accomplishing the goal of publishing an up-to-date, comprehensive, and internationally flavored overview of the concepts and theories associated with geomorphology, this book succeeds... This encyclopedia is suggested for academimc and special libraries, particularly those that specialize in the sciences."
-"American Reference Books Annual, 2005
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