Structural landforms : landforms associated with granitic rocks, faults and folded strata
Up to the end of last century, landforms were viewed largely as expressions of the structure of the earth's underlying crust. But such interpretations were concerned for the most part with generalities and broad effects; the subtleties of structural factors became overshadowed first by cyclic explanations and then by the modern emphasis on process and climatic geomorphology. This book arose from the neglect of structural factors in geomorphological interpretation. Nowadays it is recognised that...[Show more]
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