Geomorphology and Global Environmental Changeby Olav Slaymaker
Pub. Date: 08/31/2009
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A statement from the world's leading geomorphologists on the state of, and potential changes to, the environment. See more details below
A statement from the world's leading geomorphologists on the state of, and potential changes to, the environment.
- Cambridge University Press
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- New Edition
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- 7.44(w) x 9.69(h) x 0.98(d)
Table of Contents
Preface; 1. Landscape, and landscape scale processes as the unfilled niche in the global environmental change debate: an introduction O. Slaymaker, T. Spencer and S. Dadson; 2. Mountains O. Slaymaker and C. Embleton-Hamann; 3. Lakes and lake catchments K. Kashiwaya, O. Slaymaker and M. Church; 4. Rivers M. Church, T. P. Burt, V. J. Galay and G. M. Kondolf; 5. Estuaries, coastal marshes, tidal flats and coastal dunes D. J. Reed, R. Davidson-Arnott and G. M. E. Perillo; 6. Beaches, cliffs and Δs M. J. F. Stive, P. J. Cowell and R. J. Nicholls; 7. Coral reefs P. Kench, C. Perry and T. Spencer; 8. Tropical rainforests R. P. D. Walsh and W. H. Blake; 9. Tropical savannas M. E. Meadows and D. S. G. Thomas; 10. Deserts N. Lancaster; 11. Mediterranean M. Sala; 12. Temperate forests and rangelands R. C. Sidle and T. P. Burt; 13. Tundra and permafrost dominated taiga M.-F. André and O. Anisimov; 14. Ice sheets and ice caps D. Sugden; 15. Landscape, landscape scale processes and global environmental change: synthesis and new agendas for the twenty-first century T. Spencer, O. Slaymaker and C. Embleton-Hamann; Index.
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