Space and time in geomorphology / edited by Colin E. Thorn.

London ; Boston : Allen & Unwin, 1982.
xiv, 379 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.


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  • "Binghamton" symposia in geomorphology ; no. 12. [More in this series]
  • The "Binghamton" symposia in geomorphology ; no. 12
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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
  • The spatial variation of soil loss and soil loss controls / Michael J. Bovis
  • Soil-geomorphic models and the spatial distribution and development of alpine soils / Scott F. Burns and Philip J. Tonkin
  • The spatial variability of surficial soil movement rates in alpine environments / Nel Caine
  • Variability in badlands erosion: problems of scale and threshold identification / Ian A. Campbell and John L. Honsaker
  • The ergodic principle in erosional models / Richard G. Craig
  • The geomorphology of the Sangamon surface: its spatial and temporal attributes / Leon R. Follmer
  • Spatial and temporal variations in karst solution rates: the structure of variability / D.C. Ford and J.J. Drake
  • Alpine mass-wasting in contemporary time: some examples from the Canadian Rocky Mountains / James S. Gardner
  • Spatial variation of fluvial processes in semi-arid lands / William L. Graf
  • Interrelationships among geomorphic interpretations of the stratigraphic record, process geomorphology and geomorphic models / W. Hilton Johnson
  • Variability of rainwash erosion within small sample areas / Shiu-hung Luk
  • The influence of topography on the spatial variability of soils in Mediterranean climates / Daniel R. Muhs
  • Temporal variability of a summer shorezone / Antony R. Orme
  • Using the normal generated distribution to analyze spatial and temporal variability in geomorphic processes / H. Charles Romesburg and Jerome V. DeGraff
  • Problems in the identification of stability and structure from temporal data series / John Thornes
  • Goemorphic responses to climatic forcing during the Holocene / Wayne M. Wendland.
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  • 9780045510566
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