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"Geomorphology: A Canadian Perspective, 2e" brings a wealth of Canadian examples to bear on the scientific study of landforms, landscapes, and Earth-surface processes. This comprehensive text introduces students to the two-pronged analytical study of geomorphology: process and history. Chapters include discussions of weathering, slope movement, glaciers, wind and water transport, coastlines, karst, and the human dimensions of landform change and formation.
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Alan S. Trenhaile is in the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Windsor.Review:
"Intended for use by Canadian undergraduate students, this textbook introduces the topics central to the study of geomorphology-including weathering, soils, slopes, glacial processes, streams, coastlines, and karst. These concepts are illustrated with the aid of 180 figures and numerous Canadian examples set within an international context. Trenhaile teaches earth sciences at the University of Windsor." --SciTech Book News
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