Geomorphology: A Canadian Perspective by Alan S. TrenhaileGeomorphology: A Canadian Perspective by Alan S. Trenhaile

Geomorphology: A Canadian Perspective

byAlan S. Trenhaile

Paperback | March 18, 2016

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Now in its sixth edition, Geomorphology: A Canadian Perspective offers a comprehensive introduction to the scientific study of landforms, landscapes, and Earth-surface processes. Updated to reflect current research in the field, this authoritative resource integrates broad historical andcontemporary discussions of such high-interest topics as glaciers, coastal environments, fluvial processes, landscape management, and climate change. Featuring an abundance of striking photos and figures that bring remarkable landscapes and processes to life, Geomorphology continues to help studentsunderstand the contributions and practical applications of geomorphological research in Canada and around the world.
Alan Trenhaile is a professor of geography at the University of Windsor. Currently teaching both Introduction to Geomorphology and Introduction to Cartography, Alan was the 2006 recipient of the University of Windsor alumni teaching award. In addition to writing for OUP Canada, Alan has two books - Coastal Dynamics and Landforms (OUP U...
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Title:Geomorphology: A Canadian PerspectiveFormat:PaperbackDimensions:608 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.78 inPublished:March 18, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199019800

ISBN - 13:9780199019809

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Table of Contents

FiguresTablesPlatesBoxesPreface1. Geomorphology: A Brief Philosophical and Methodological History2. The Driving and Resisting Forces3. Canada: The Physical Background4. Weathering and Soils5. Slope Form and Processes6. Glaciers and Glacial Processes7. Glacial Sediments and Landforms8. Ice Ages and Ice Sheets9. Periglaciation and Permafrost Landscapes10. Fluvial Processes11. Fluvial Landforms12. Aeolian Processes and Landforms13. Coastal Processes14. Coastal Landforms15. Karst16. Environmental GeomorphologyGlossaryReferencesIndexSymbolsThe SI System of Measurement

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"Geomorphology has mastered an excellent balance between Canadian content and interesting international examples. It skillfully leads students through the processes and landforms that shape the Earth's surface. . . . There is no other text or combination of texts that could adequately replacethis invaluable resource on the Canadian geographer's bookshelf." --Jaclyn Cockburn, University of Guelph