Prosser, Ian Philip
The mechanisms of denudation over the last 25,000 yrs are studied for Wangrah
Creek, a headwater drainage basin of the Murrumbidgee River, N.S.W. The controls on
denudation of climate, humans, and autonomous geomorphic change, are then resolved for
different times in the past, by comparison with independent palaeoenvironmental data.
The study also puts the history of the basin since settlement, 150 yrs ago, in it's longer term
The stratigraphy of alluvial and colluvial deposits...[Show more]
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