Geomorphology is the study of the nature and history of landforms and the processes which create them. Initially, the subject was committed to unravelling the history of landform development, but to this evolutionary approach has been added a drive to understand the way in which geomorphological processes operate. In many cases, geomorphologists have tried to model geomorphological processes, and, more recently, some have been concerned with the effect of human agency on such processes.
"geomorphology" A Dictionary of Geography. Susan Mayhew. Oxford University Press, 2004. Oxford Reference Online. Oxford University Press. Dartmouth College. 15 December 2008
Articles and other writings about Geomorphology can be found in many publications. Our collection includes several journals which look at Geomorphology. To see the entire list, do the following subject search in the online catalog: "geomorphology periodicals."
Below is a short list of some of the journal titles we have in our Library's collection. You can also use the Summon box below to search for relevant articles.
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