An interdisciplinary collection of papers related to long-term landscape development, integrating landscape and tectonic processes. The presentations demonstrate that studies of present-day processes can be successfully placed within an evolutionary framework and geological setting, the necessity for which increases as appreciation of the antiquity of many landscapes grows. Coverage includes British Isles, NW Europe, Mediterranean Basin, Middle East, Himalaya, Andes and Antarctica. The papers highlight the significance of recent advances in analytical technology for improving interpretation of both geologically 'ancient' and 'young' landscapes.
|Journal||Geological Society Special Publication|
|Publication status||Published - 01 Dec 1999|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Ocean Engineering
- Water Science and Technology