This book, first published in 1983, incorporates a wealth of reference material – keys, nomograms, tables, charts – likely to be needed in the field for actual fieldwork. The widest possible coverage of material is provided in anticipation of problems that individual specialists will encounter on the periphery of their main areas of interest.
Table of Contents
1. Topographic Survey 2. Geomorphological Mapping 3. Slope Profiling 4. Mapping Landscape Materials 5. Geophysical Methods of Subsurface Investigation 6. The Description of Landscape-Forming Materials 7. Fluvial Processes 8. Glacial Processes 9. Aeolian Processes 10. Coastal Processes 11. Slope Processes 12. Sampling 13. Miscellaneous Aids
R. Dackombe and V. Gardiner