This book, first published in 1977, is a concise, fully illustrated introduction to modern geomorphology. Geomorphologists pay much attention to the measurement of present day processes in attempting to develop explanations of landscape evolution, and this book reflects this approach by deliberately emphasising processes in humid environments.
Table of Contents
1. Landscape Processes 2. Humid Landscapes 3. Arid and Semiarid Landscapes 4. Glacial and Periglacial Landscapes 5. Coastal Landscapes 6. Landscapes of the Past
Darrell and Valerie Weyman