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Wednesday, 2 June 2010

"Tectonics and geomorphology" review article published

Simon's review paper, "Tectonics and geomorphology", has just been published in Progress in Physical Geography. The review attempts to summarise the status of fluvial, hillslope, glacial and submarine geomorphology in relation to active tectonics (at the time of writing). This means both attempts to use geomorphology to infer something about the tectonics, and exploiting active tectonics settings to further our understanding of geomorphological processes. The article is part of a special volume of Progress in Physical Geography on the future of geomorphology, which also contains a number of other interesting articles.

Please email Simon if you are unable to access the article.