This book, first published in 1982, forms the proceedings volume of the 11th Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium. Chapters cover various coastline phenomena, glacial and periglacial processes, carbonate terrains, and specific applications of geomorphic knowledge and techniques.
Table of Contents
1. Geomorphic Process Data Needs for Environment Management A.G. Everett 2. The Role of Geomorphology in the Identification and Evaluation of Natural Hazards John J. Clague 3. Landforms for Planning Use in Part of Pierce County, Washington Allen J. Fiksdal 4. Geomorphology as an Aid to Hazardous Waste Facility Siting, Northeast United States Allen W. Hatheway and Zenas F. Bliss 5. Geomorphic Manifestations of Salt Dome Stability Z. Berger and J. Aghassy 6. Slope Movements Related to Expansive Soils on the Blackland Prairie, North Central Texas James T. Kirkland and James C. Armstrong 7. Prediction of Engineering Properties and Construction Conditions from Geomorphic Mapping in Regional Siting Studies Gary E. Christenson, James R. Miller and Denise D. Pieratti 8. Criteria for Constructing Optimal Digital Terrain Models Richard G. Craig 9. Geomorphic Processes and Land Use Planning, South Texas Barrier Islands Christopher C. Mathewson and William F. Cole 10. Man-Made Structures and Geomorphic Changes Since 1876 Along the Ohio Shore of Lake Erie C.H. Carter, D.J. Benson and D.E. Guy, Jr. 11. Erosion Hazards Along the Mid-Atlantic Coast Robert Dolan, Bruce Hayden, Suzette K. May and Paul May 12. Geomorphology and Land Subsidence in Bangkok, Thailand Jon L. Rau and Prinya Nutalaya 13. Land Use in Carbonite Terrain: Problems and Case Study Solutions Katherine A. Sheedy, Walter M. Leis, Abraham Thomas and William F. Beers 14. ERODE – A Computer Model of Drainage Basin Development Under Changing Baselevel Conditions N. Luanne Vanderpool 15. Morphologic and Morphometric Response to Channelization: The Case History of Big Pine Creek Ditch, Benton County, Indiana Robert S. Barnard and Wilton N. Melhorn 16. Evaluating Aquatic Habitat Using Stream Network Structure and Streamflow Prediction John B. Stall and Edwin E. Herricks
Richard G. Craig and Jesse L. Craft