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Geological Society Special Publication no. 121. London, Bath: Geological Society of London

Geological Society Special Publication no. London, Bath: Geological Society of London. ISBN 1 897799 75 6. - Volume 135 Issue 1 - James Jackson.

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Uplift, Erosion and Stability: Perspectives on Long-term Landscape Development. Geological Society Special Publications. R. e. holdsworth a. C. morton M. s. stoker. It is recommended that reference to all or part of this book should be made in one of the following ways: SMITH, B. WI-IALLEY,W. B. & WARKE, P. A. (eds) 1999. Uplift, Erosion and Stability. Perspectives on Long-term Landscape Development. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 162. Puura,V. Pre-Devonian landscape of the Baltic Oil-Shale Basin, NW of the Russian platform.

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Geological Society Special Publication no. 162. x+278 pp.

Publication Date: 11/1/1999.

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Uplift, Erosion and Stability: Perspectives on Long-term Landscape Development ed. by Smith, Bernard . Whalley Wilfred B. and Warke Patricia A. (1999), Geological Society Special Publication No. 162, Bath. Dorset Downs and Cranborne Chase at ww. aturalengland.

GSL Special Publications. The presentations demonstrate that studies of present-day processes can be successfully placed within an evolutionary framework and geological setting, the necessity of which increases as appreciation of the antiquity of many landscapes grows.

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 of 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. It is hoped that, by demonstrating the benefits of interdisciplinary discourse, a widening interest in landscape studies will be encouraged.

Readership: Physical geologists; Geomorphologists; Geochronologists and Tectonic Geologists. Principle Authors: B. J. Smith, The Queen's University of Belfast, UKD. K. C. Jones, London School of Economics, UK. P. Walsh, Uniwersytet Slaski, Poland. Y. Battiau-Queney, University of Science and Technology Lille, France. V. Puura, Tallinn Technical University, Estonia. K. Lidmar-Bergstrom, Stockholm University, Sweden. P. Migon, University of Wroclaw, Poland. R. Basili, University 'La Sapienza', Italy. C. Bartolini, Dipartimento di Scienze Terra, Italy. A. W. Baird, Kingston University, UK. R. W. H. Butler, University of Leeds, UK. M. G. Eriksson, Stockholm University, Sweden. D. N. Petley, University of Portsmouth, UK. P. A. Forthergill, Royal Holloway University of London, UK. L. A. Owen, University of California, USA. C. T. Conrad, Wilfred Laurier University, Canada. C. H. Costa, Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Argentina. M. Coltorti, Universita di Siena, Italy. M. A. Summerfield, University of Edinburgh, UK.

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Author: Bernard J. Smith,W. Brian Whalley,Patricia A. Warke
ISBN: 1862390479
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Architecture
Language: English
Publisher: Geological Society of London; illustrated edition edition (November 1, 1999)
Pages: 280 pages