The History of the Study of Landforms or The Development of Geomorphology 1890-1950 - Vol. 3

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THE HISTORY OF THE STUDY OF LANDFORMS OR THE DEVELOPMENT OF GEOMORPHOLOGY

VOLUME 3: HISTORICAL AND REGIONAL GEOMORPHOLOGY 1890-1950

ROBERT P.BECKINSALE
AND
RICHARD J.CHORLEY

LONDON AND NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Figures xi
  • List of Plates xv
  • Preface xvii
  • Acknowledgements xix
  • Part I - Global Influences 1
  • Chapter One - Crustal Changes 3
  • Chapter Two - Climatic Changes 35
  • Chapter Three - Eustatic Changes 67
  • References 97
  • Part II - Davisian Influences 103
  • Chapter Four - The Davisian Cycle in the USA and Germany 105
  • Chapter Five - The Davisian Cycle in France and Britain 134
  • Chapter Six - Geomorphology Worldwide 167
  • References 198
  • Part III - Historical Geomorphology 209
  • Chapter Seven - American Polycyclic Geomorphology 211
  • Chapter Eight - Henri Baulig and Eustatic Planation 256
  • References 282
  • Chapter Nine - The Subaerial-Marine Compositors 284
  • References 320
  • Chapter Ten - German Tectonic Geomorphology 327
  • Part IV - Regional Geomorphology 377
  • Chapter Eleven - Regional Classifications 379
  • References 415
  • Chapter Twelve - Climatic Geomorphology 420
  • References 456
  • Indexes - Indexes 463
  • Subject and Place Index 465
  • Index of Persons 474
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