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Coastal Geomorphology: An Introduction


Coastal Geomorphology: An Introduction

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    Available in PDF Format | Coastal Geomorphology: An Introduction.pdf | English
    Eric Bird (Author)
Gives a comprehensive treatment of coastal evolution and dynamics, providing background for the study of coastal landforms and how and why they are changing, with up to date information, world–:wide coverage of examples, numerous illustrations and extensive references to the scientific literature.

It gives a systematic approach to the subject of coastal geomorphology, dealing with the shaping of landforms, the changing levels of land and sea, the array of coastal processes that have influenced the shaping of landforms and the changes that are taking place on them. It analyses the causes of erosion and accretion on sectors of the coastline and examines the factors that have contributed to these, preparing the way for management strategies. The book includes discussions on the effects that human activities have had on coasts and their continuing contribution to coastal landform changes.
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Book details

  • PDF | 340 pages
  • Eric Bird (Author)
  • Wiley-Blackwell (25 Aug. 2000)
  • English
  • 7
  • Science Nature

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