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Searched for: LC Classification is Geography. Anthropology. Recreation -- Physical geography -- Geomorphology. Landforms. Terrain
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The mission of the GeoResources Institute (GRI) is to understand Earth's natural and managed systems and provide comprehensive solutions for socioeconomic and environmental requirements, leading to an improved quality...
With funding from the National Science Foundation and other organizations, a group of dedicated geomorphologists based at the University of Vermont are working on a new type of geomorphology textbook. The goal of this...
The Natural Arch and Bridge Society (NABS) was formed to support the interests of both amateur arch enthusiasts and serious researchers of natural arches and bridges alike. The website provides a variety of information...
J. Bret Bennington of Hofstra University has created this simple website discussing many issues in geomorphology. The article discusses mass wasting, normal force, shear force, colluvium, landslides, rockfall, rockslide...
This University of Aberdeen website "is intended to stimulate research by providing an information focus and provoking networking between those working on dryland rivers and the sediments they leave behind." Following...
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