- Author:Stephen J. Walsh,George P. Malanson,David R. Butler
- Publisher:Elsevier Science (November 18, 2003)
- Pages:406 pages
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SJ Walsh, DR Butler, GP Malanson. DR Butler, CF Sawyer. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 8 (2), 303-309, 2008.
SJ Walsh, DR Butler, GP Malanson. Geomorphology 21 (3-4), 183-205, 1998. The geomorphic influences of beaver dams and failures of beaver dams. DR Butler, GP Malanson. Geomorphology 71 (1-2), 48-60, 2005. GP Malanson, DR Butler, DB Fagre, SJ Walsh, DF Tomback, LD Daniels,. Physical Geography 28 (5), 378-396, 2007. GP Malanson, LM Resler, MY Bader, FK Holtmeier, DR Butler, DJ Weiss,.
The book should be of interest to all geomorphologists, and to physical geographers and geologists interested in mountain environments
The book should be of interest to all geomorphologists, and to physical geographers and geologists interested in mountain environments.
Butler, D. Walsh, S. and Malanson, G. P. (ed., 2003.
Reference work entry. First Online: 26 August 2014. Butler, D. Giardino, J. Shroder, J. J. and Vitek, J. D., 1987.
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Satellite remote sensing and geographic information systems are emerging technologies in geomorphology.
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Stephen Joseph Walsh, David Butler, Thomas R. Allen, George P. Malanson Spatially explicit digital technologies are integrated within a geographic.
Stephen Joseph Walsh, David Butler, Thomas R. Malanson. Stephen J. Walsh, David Butler, George P. Malanson, Kelley A. Crews-Meyer, Joseph P. Messina, Ningchuan Xiao. Spatially explicit digital technologies are integrated within a geographic information science (GISc) context to map, model, and visualize selected direct and indirect geomorphic processes tha. More).
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proceedings of the 32nd Binghamton Symposium in Geomorphology, held 19-21 October 2001
The three co-editors have collectively worked in mountain environments for over 70 years, and brought together internationally recognized experts in mountain geomorphology from 7 nations presenting research on mountain processes from around the world, including the USA, Canada, China, Europe, and South America.
The volume utilizes Earth Systems as a unifying and organizing theme, examining the interactions of the four Earth "spheres" (Lithosphere, Biosphere, Atmosphere, and Hydrosphere) in the context of geomorphic processes in mountain environments. The volume is also a "Festschrift" in honor of Professor John D. "Jack" Vitek, long-time editor of Geomorphology and an outstanding mentor to each of the three co-editors. Papers presented in the volume represent cutting-edge examinations of mountain landforms, geomorphic processes in mountains, and the application of advanced remote sensing and Geographic Information Science technologies for the study of mountain geomorphology.
The book should be of interest to all geomorphologists, and to physical geographers and geologists interested in mountain environments. Mountain Geomorphology - Integrating Earth Systems is the only book of its kind, and stands as a testament to the importance of mountains as locations for studying the interaction of geomorphic processes within an Earth Systems perspective.