2 edition of Mountain geomorphology; geomorphological processes in the Canadian Cordillera found in the catalog.
Mountain geomorphology; geomorphological processes in the Canadian Cordillera
H. Olav Slaymaker
Bibliography: p. 247-274.
|Statement||edited by H. Olav Slaymaker and H. J. McPherson.|
|Series||B.C. geographical series -- no. 14|
|Contributions||McPherson, H. J., joint ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||274|
rocks changed by intense heat and/or pressure during mountain building. Divergent plate boundaries. adjacent plates move away (i.e., diverge) from one another (geomorphological processes) and _____ forces of the Earth materials (rocks, sediments). Canadian Cordillera (west) this region includes the mountains of British Columbia, Alberta. Coastal Landforms and Processes • Waves, Tides and Shallow Water Processes • Littoral Zone area north to the Canadian Arctic, on the west coast, from Seattle, Washington, north to the Aleutian of regional mountain ranges that cut across the coast, the rugged.
The book concentrates on hydrological and geomorphological processes in mountain rivers with the majority of the contributions focusing on the Alps. Methods and results of research in solid load transport and river bed dynamics are presented by international authors. Studies of contemporary patterns of erosion in the glaciated and largely undisturbed Canadian landscape reveal spatial patterns that do not conform to the conventional concepts of drainage basin se.
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Get this from a library. Mountain geomorphology: geomorphological processes in the Canadian Cordillera. [Olav Slaymaker; Harold J McPherson] -- Collection of papers by researchers actively engaged in studies of the mountains of Alberta and B.C.
Geomorphology is a substantial part of the proceedings. The Canadian Geomorphology Research Group (CGRG), founded inmeets with other societies mentioned above, and sponsors sessions on special topics. It has a newsletter, maintains a bibliography of Canadian geomorphology and encourages dialogue on the Internet.
Functional mountain geomorphology emphasises the interaction between processes and landforms, while applied mountain geomorphology concerns the interrelationships between geomorphological processes and society. Mountain Geomorphology is a valuable source of information for students studying mountain geomorphology, and also for academics and 3/5(1).
gh no universally accepted definition ofmountainexists, it is generally accepted that a mountain is a large landform that rises abruptly from the surrounding level and attains a high elevation, typically in the form of a peak that is separated from the surrounding lower elevations and adjacent peaks.
study of landforms and the processes by which they are. Mountain Geomorphology: Geomorphological Processes in the Canadian Cordillera. Jan ; Mountain Geomorphology: Geomorphological Processes in the Canadian Cordillera.
Mountain Geomorphology: Geomorphological Processes in the Canadian Cordillera (Vancouver: Tantalus Research, ), with H.J. McPherson. [BCBW ] Home –. Functional mountain geomorphology emphasises the interaction between processes and landforms, while applied mountain geomorphology concerns the interrelationships between geomorphological processes and society.
Mountain Geomorphology is a valuable source of information for students studying mountain geomorphology, and also for academics and.
In Mountain geomorphology. Geomorphological processes in the Canadian Cordillera. Geomorphological processes in the Canadian Cordillera. Edited by. Slaymaker O.
Sediment yield and sediment control in the Canadian Cordillera. In Mountain geomorphology: Geomorphological processes in the Canadian Cordillera.
Edited by H.O. Slaymaker and H.J. McPherson. Tantalus Research Limited, Vancouver, BC. B.C. Geographical Series Google Scholar. Geomorphology is the study of the earth's landforms and the processes that made the landscape look the way it does today.
What we see when we look at a scenic view is the result of the interplay of the forces that shape the earth's surface. These operate on many different timescales and involve geological as well as climatic forces.
Olav Slaymaker's 25 research works with citations and 1, reads, including: Advances in global mountain geomorphology. Rockslope movements in the Canadian Cordillera, Canadian Geotechnical Journal.
– Exhaustion and steady state models for predicting rockslide hazards in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Geomorphology, – Landslides in the Rocky Mountains of Canada. In: Kalvoda J., Rosenfeld C.L.
(eds) Geomorphological Hazards in. Geomorphology is the study of the Earth’s surface landforms. This study is both descriptive and quantitative; it deals with morphology, geomorphological processes, landforms, origins, and ages (Baker ).
The ultimate goals of geomorphology are to understand the ways in which landforms are created and to document the evolution of landforms. SLAYMAKER, O. (): Climate change and erosion processes in mountain regions of western Canada.
Mountain Research and Developm CA'reNA-An Interdisciplinary Journal of SOIL SCIENCE-HYDROLOGY GLOW ORPHOLOGY Mountain Geomorphology, Framework for Measurement SLAYMAKER, O.
& McPHERSON, H.J. (): Mountain Geomorphology. Third, he has edited monographs with invited international contributions on major environmental and geomorphological themes. He is former President of the Canadian Association of Geographers and former President of the International Association of Geomorphologists.
Professor Norm Catto joined Memorial University in July The Channel geometry of mountain streams. In Slaymaker, H.O. and MacPherson, H.J., editors, Mountain geomorphology (geomorphological processes in the Canadian cordillera).
British Columbia Geographical Ser Vancouver: Tantalus Research Ltd, Google Scholar. Mountain geomorphology: Geomorphological processes in the Canadian Cordillera (B.C. geographical series ; no.
14) Membership Senate member Vancouver School Theology, The geomorphological approaches to study the cold-environment evolution have proved consistently interesting from the beginning of the 19th century.
Yet, the topic of global warming and consequences on thermically sensitive environments has revived multidisciplinary approaches in polar, subpolar and high-mountain environments.
So, glacial regions and their margins arouse a renewed scientific. Geomorphological Hazards in High Mountain Areas Daniel A.
Cenderelli, Ellen E. Wohl (auth.), Jan Kalvoda, Charles L. Rosenfeld (eds.) On the basis of a total of thirteen case examples from the Tien Shan, Karakorum, Himalaya and Tangula Shan (central Tibet), the risk potential and hazards are inferred from the development of landscape during.
Introduction. It is likely that global climate will change substantially in coming decades (IPCC, ) and will have a series of impacts on the operation of geomorphological hazards as a result of changes in temperatures, precipitation amounts and intensities, and soil moisture conditions.
Most floods are natural events vital to river and floodplain geomorphological (Leopold et al., ) and ecosystem processes (Hupp ; Junk et al., ; Thoms, ). When humans are impacted, however, floods become “natural disasters” (Figure ).Lóczy, D.
(Ed.) Geomorphology and the Changing Environment in Europe. IAG European Regional Conference. Excursion Guide Great Hungarian Plain, April, Budapest, 36 p.
Conference Organising Committee (): Guide Book for the Excursions. Fourth International Conference on Geomorphology. Bologna.GEOMORPHOLOGY CONCEPT The surface of Earth  is covered with various landforms, a number of which are discussed in various entries throughout this book.
This essay is devoted to the study of landforms themselves, a subdiscipline of the geologic sciences known as geomorphology.