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No notes for slide. Book Details Author: Bierman ,David R. Montgomery Pages: Paperback Brand: Freeman ISBN: Bierman and Montgomery draw from the fields of physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics to help students get a basic understanding of Earth surface processes and the evolution of topography over short and long timescales.
Earth Sciences , Geology. Show More. Exceptionally concise and community vetted, each chapter is focused specifically on key concepts and underlying principles rather than regional or local examples.
The book's philosophy emerged from a National Academy of Sciences workshop on the future of the textbook and the table of contents was determined by over 60 geomorphologists gathered to identify core concepts and areas of common interest that future geomorphologists need to know.
PART I: Earth's Dynamic Surface 2. Weathering and Soils 4.
Geomorphic Hydrology 5. Hillslopes 6. Channels 7.
Drainage Basins 8. Glacial and Periglacial Geomorphology Wind as a Geomorphic Agent Tectonic Geomorphology Geomorphology and Climate