Rivers at work: an introduction to channel processes

United Kingdom, 1971

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Introduces some of the basic concepts of fluvial geomorphology. Shows the processes which mould the landscape, indicates how field and laboratory observations provide insight into these processes, and gives a theoretical framework through which the study of rivers can be approached.

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00:19:00:00

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