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Geomorphological Processes and Landscape Change Britain in the Last 1000 Years

Edited By: David L Higgitt and E Mark Lee
297 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Geomorphological Processes and Landscape Change
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About this book

Provides an overview of geomorphological process activity and landscape change in Britain over the past 1000 years.

Contents

List of Contributors.Preface.1. A Brief Time of History. (David L. Higgitt)2. Back A'long: a Millennial Geomorphology. (Denys Brunsden)3. The Evolution of Hillslope Processes. (David K. C. Jones)4. Valley Floor and Floodplain Processes. (Barbara T. Rumsby)5. Fluvial Processes. (Janet M. Hooke)6. Estuaries and Coasts: Morphological Adjustments and Process Domains. (E. Mark Lee)7. Sediment Transfer in Upland Environments. (David L. Higgitt, Jeff Warburton, and Martin G. Evans)8. Fine Particulate Sediment Transfer in Lowland Rural Environments. (Ian D. L. Foster)9. Living with Natural Hazards: The Costs and Management Framework. (E. Mark Lee)10. Geomorphology for the Third Millennium. (David L. Higgitt and E. Mark Lee)Index.

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Biography

David Higgitt, is Lecturer in Geography at the University of Durham. Mark Lee is Lecturer, Department of Marine Sciences and Coastal Management at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Edited By: David L Higgitt and E Mark Lee
297 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Media reviews
This significant and timely volume provides a contemporary body of information on the function of geomorphological processes in landscape and environmental management in human history. Choice "I enjoyed this particular journey through time, which contains some thought-provoking (though invariably qualitative) observations on the making of the British landscape." Basil Gomez, Annals of the Association of American Geographers
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