Denudation rates and water chemistry of selected catchments in eastern Australia and their significance for tropical geomorphology
Landform evolution can be studied conveniently in the context of the complex interaction of geologic climatic, hydrologic, biotic and pedologic factors which may be termed the denudation system. Denudation systems within 47 small catchments relatively free of human interference in the Cairns- Atherton Tableland and south-eastern New South Wales areas are compared by measurement of the rate at which rivers evacuate material from their catchments . Detailed descriptions of...[Show more]
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