Encyclopedia of Geomorphology (Volume 1)
According this book’s editor, the creators of the term geomorphology regarded it “as being that part of geology which enabled the practitioner to reconstruct Earth history by looking at the evidence for past erosion.” Revolutions in science and technology have since turned geomorphology into a field of study with far greater significance than just this. In this edited volume, some 200 contributors from universities around the world have made entries defining the myriad aspects of geomorphology. In this text, containing entries A through I, any budding or experienced student of the form will find an invaluable resource.
Very light soiling/marks/foxing to outside edges, endpapers, occasionally throughout. Good Condition (ex-library).
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