With a balance of theory and practical applications, Tectonic Geomorphology of Mountains is essential reading for research geologists and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in the earth sciences. This book describes how tectonic events influence geomorphic processes and explores how landscapes respond to tectonic deformation in the ways in which they are weathered, washed, and abraded Uses new approaches to enhance theoretical models of landscape evolution and to solve practical problems such as the assessment of earthquake hazards Includes previously unpublished research and theory Examines how to use key landforms as reference levels in changing landscapes, estimate rates of mountain-range uplift, and map seismic shaking caused by prehistorical earthquakes Presents a diverse range of examples from around the worldFlenley, J., and Bush, M., 2006, Tropical Rainforest Responses to Climatic Change, Springer Praxis Books, 400 p. ... Fonseca, J., 1988, The Sou Hills - A barrier to faulting in the central Nevada seismic belt: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. ... J. P., 1991, Thermoluminescence dating of fault-scarp-derived col - luvium-Deciphering the timing of paleoearthquakes on ... Arroyo de los Frijoles watershed near Santa Fe, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1704, 53 p.
|Title||:||Tectonic Geomorphology of Mountains|
|Author||:||William B. Bull|
|Publisher||:||Wiley-Blackwell - 2007-11-19|