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  1. Geomorphology is a branch of geology or physical geography.
  2. Geomorphology is the study of earth-surface processes and landforms, and fluvial geomorphology focuses specifically on river processes and landforms.
  3. Geomorphology: The science of Earth's landforms, their description, classification, distribution, origin and significance. (Web site)
  4. Geomorphology is the study of landforms, including their origin and evolution, and the processes that shape them. (Web site)
  5. Geomorphology is the study of the forms of the land's surface and of the processes that mold them.


  1. So I feel your departments elimination of its geomorphology program is very shortsighted if not down right stupid. (Web site)
  2. Within the Department of Geography, geoarchaeology is part of a strong program in geomorphology.
  3. Principal Agronomy faculty: Moye Rutledge (soil genesis and geomorphology).
  4. In most areas of the world geomorphology is primarily taught in geography departments. (Web site)
  5. While I was attending WWU 9 out of 10 incoming graduate students wished to pursue geomorphology and environmental projects. (Web site)

Quaternary Geology

  1. Interests: Field mapping, active tectonics, tectonic geomorphology, Quaternary geology, paleoseismology.
  2. Topics include: weathering and mass wasting, neotectonics, fluvial geomorphology, glacial geomorphology, and Quaternary geology field techniques.
  3. Jack teaches field methods, geomorphology, quaternary geology, hydrogeology, co-teaches the graduate seminar, and takes on an occasional service course.


  1. I use sedimentology, geomorphology, and Quaternary stratigraphy to develop a geologic model for each archaeological site.
  2. Major subdisciplines are mineralogy and petrology, geochemistry, geomorphology, paleontology, stratigraphy, engineering geology and sedimentology. (Web site)

Fluvial Geomorphology

  1. Early studies in geomorphology are the foundation for pedology, one of two main branches of soil science.
  2. The aim of most undergraduate programs is to produce competent geomorphologists, not specialists in fluvial geomorphology.
  3. GEOL 305 GEOMORPHOLOGY. Introduction to concepts of landform genesis.
  4. Geomorphology Home Page, University of Virginia - Information and research on fluvial geomorphology and landform evolution on Mars. (Web site)
  5. Therefore, I bet the obstinate geologist who opposses your curriculum in geomorphology and GIS is a paleontologist who studies long-extinct dinosaurs. (Web site)

Surface Processes

  1. The earth's surface processes are the focus of hydrology and geomorphology.
  2. ENGR 643 ADVANCED GEOMORPHOLOGY. Surface processes associated with specificphysiographic districts.
  3. Joshua J. Roering, associate professor (surface processes, geomorphology).


  1. Whereas geomorphology can be in either department, it still involves the same variables. (Web site)
  2. Interests: Paleoseismology, tectonic geomorphology, glacio-isostatic faulting, fault segmentation and fault interaction.
  3. Journal with a focus on geomorphology, climatology, biogeography and human-environment interaction.
  4. Tectonic geomorphology involves the interactions among landforms, landscapes, and tectonics.
  5. Fluvial geomorphology; Quaternary environmental reconstruction; hillslope erosion and hydrology.


  1. Of course, our human geography colleagues can be just as blind to the posssibilities of geomorphology. (Web site)
  2. Extended discussion of the question whether geomorphology is a subdiscipline of geology or of physical geography.
  3. Sometimes included in the field of physical geography, geomorphology is really the geological aspect of the visible landscape. (Web site)


  1. Interests: Seismic hazard assessment, late Quaternary geomorphology, and active tectonics.
  2. Another major area of interest of Bernard Hallet is periglacial geomorphology.

Structural Geology

  1. Fields or related disciplines An illustrated depiction of a syncline and anticline commonly studied in Structural geology and Geomorphology.
  2. Jeremy is interested in fluvial and tectonic geomorphology.
  3. Prerequisites: structural geology, petrology, and geomorphology, or consent of instructor.
  4. Over the last 25 years Geomorphology has become a much more quantitative field.
  5. Modernism Geomorphology is primarily concerned with present- day processes that shape present-day landscapes.


  1. Geography Research: glacial geomorphology, the role of glaciers as geomorphic agents.
  2. The geomorphic processes emphasized include mass movement, fluvial, aeolian, glacial, and karst geomorphology.


  1. Interests: Active faults, geomorphology, paleoseismology, seismotectonics.
  2. We will address methods and applications in paleoseismology, tectonic geomorphology, and geodesy.


  1. Searchable database of 16,000 records of publications on geomorphology in Canada by the Canadian Geomorphology Research Group.
  2. Other aspects of Canadian geoscience, such as Quaternary science, geomorphology, and environmental geoscience, had a much lower profile.


  1. GEO 307. Geomorphology: A detailed study of landforms and the erosional processes that develop them. (Web site)
  2. Geomorphology is literally the study of the form or shape of the Earth, but it deals principally with the topographical features of the Earth's surface.


  1. USGS online book Geology and Resources Geomorphology written for a general audience. (Web site)
  2. Online registration is now available for the 33rd annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, convening in Binghamton NY October 3-5 2003.

Physical Geology

  1. In many respects, physical geology is geomorphology for the quantitatively challenged. (Web site)
  2. The Option is rounded out with elective courses such as marine geology, hydrology, geomorphology, or stratigraphy.
  3. The contents of "Physical Geology" courses represent introductory geomorphology, being concerned almost exclusively with earth surface processes.

Glacial Geology

  1. Geomorphology, the surface expression of the underlying geology and geological processes is a key part of the course.
  2. Journal of Glacial Geology and Geomorphology An electronic journal on the topic.
  3. Covers a full range of topics from glaciology, geomorphology, and glacial geology: Ice Properties.
  4. Selected topics in geomorphology, geohydrology, Pleistocene geology.
  5. Ruhe, R.V. 1975. Geomorphology: geomorphic processes and surficial geology. (Web site)


  1. Electronic textbook assembled from links to on-line resources Geomorphology Geomorphology Languages: English, Polish. (Web site)
  2. The Virtual Geomorphology - Electronic textbook assembled from links to on-line resources. (Web site)
  3. Contribute to a growing online textbook that features articles on different aspects of geomorphology.


  1. David received a B.S. in geology from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in geomorphology from the University of California at Berkeley.
  2. Berkeley Geomorphology Group - Information about faculty, courses, research, and publications at this University of California campus. (Web site)

Fall Line

  1. The Fall Line is a boundary of bedrock geology, but it can also be recognized from stream geomorphology.
  2. In geomorphology, a fall line marks the area where an upland region (continental bedrock) and a coastal plain (coastal alluvia) meet.
  3. The study of geomorphology is very relevant to many applied problems. (Web site)
  4. Holocene environmental change, dating techniques, arctic-alpine biogeography and geomorphology.
  5. Geology, geomorphology, physiography, geological history, and natural resources of Virginia.


  1. Tools in Fluvial Geomorphology focuses on geomorphological methods within which techniques are applied.
  2. Indeed the recent review by Goudie (1981) clearly demonstrates the methodological focus of geomorphology on small-scale shortduration process studies.


  1. Quaternary geology and paleoclimatology, soils, geomorphology, geochronology.
  2. Areas of research include geology, geophysics, geochemistry, geochronology, geomorphology, hydrogeology, climatology, oceanography and meteorology.

Geologists Who

  1. I'm disgusted and dismayed with geologists who proclaim that geomorphology is nothing more than physical geology. (Web site)
  2. I am delighted that you have been able to acquire geomorphology from those grumpy geologists who no longer believe. (Web site)
  3. Better reason prevailed, however, when it was realized that the huge environmental industry really needed students trained in geomorphology. (Web site)


  1. And of course, landuse decisions relate to geomorphology. (Web site)
  2. Some objections about geomorphology relate to theories about landform development that are hard to prove. (Web site)
  3. When I attended my first QG&G luncheon at GSA in 1979, Vic Baker announced to the assembled 200+ that Harvard had just announced that geomorphology was dead. (Web site)


  1. I can answer any general geology question (rocks, minerals, stratigraphy, geomorphology etc.). (Web site)
  2. There is no question that geomorphology is a science of fundamental importance.


  1. Geomorphology is growing within geography and shrinking in geology. (Web site)
  2. There is plenty of (and growing) employment in environmental geology that requires geomorphology background. (Web site)


  1. Academic research pages for John F. Orwin with alpine geomorphology links, details of research and images of mountain landscapes from around the globe.
  2. Climatic geomorphology developed as an alternative to Davisian theory for landscape evolution.


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