Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
ISSN (printed): 0197-9337. ISSN (electronic): 1096-9837.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms provides a journal for the publication of research papers on all aspects of geomorphology interpreted in its widest sense. The subject matter includes the following topics in pure and applied geomorphology: PROCESSES Hillslope fluvial coastal aeolian glacial and periglacial processes of erosion and deposition. Process mechanics and modelling. Surface water and sediment movement. Hydrology and watershed management. Natural hazards and extreme events. Landslides. LANDFORMS Landform evolution and analysis. Terrain analysis and morphometry. Landform genesis and chronology. Landform modelling. SOILS AND WEATHERING The physical and chemical breakdown of the Earth's surface - regoliths and soils. Surface geochemistry. Solute and nutrient cycling. Soil dynamics and erosion. Soil properties and mechanics. Soil development and toposequences. ENVIRONMENTS Landforms and processes of polar temperate arid and tropical regions. APPLIED GEOMORPHOLOGY The application of relevant methods to the solution of planning environmental management or engineering problems. The journal is published on behalf of the British Geomorphological Research Group through editors appointed by the Group.
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