Landform studies from Australia and New Guinea
Written by seventeen earth-scientists about regions which they have made their own through detailed field studies, these essays reflect the increased interest in the scientific study of landforms in Australia in the last fifteen years, with special concern for general principles. The studies are regionally based and have widely varying systematic themes. They blend qualitative field observation and inference with the modern stress on process, quantitative analysis, and correlative deposits. The...[Show more]
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