Introduction to climatic geomorphology
Normal erosion or climatic geomorphology; Morphodimatic mechanisms; Criteria for a morphodimatic dursion of the earth; Morphoclimatic equilibrium and interruptions in the morphoclimatic equilibrium; the major morphoclimatic zones of the earth.
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The morphoclimatic evidence
of southeast China
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action alluvial anthropic erosion arid azonal Basin caused characterised chemical chernozem climatic geomorphology climatic oscillations concept cuirasses cycle Davisian debris deposits deserts earth effect environment evolution example extrazonal factors favourable ferrallitic fluvial forest Fouta Djallon friable frost frost-splitting frost-weathering gelifluction Geogr geography geologic geomorphic geomorphology glacial glaciers grass ground gullies horizon humid tropical humus important influence of climate inselbergs intensity land landforms leaching less limestone loess Magreb Massif Massif Central mechanical erosion midlatitudes morpho morphoclimatic morphoclimatic equilibrium morphoclimatic zones morphogenic processes morphogenic system mountains nature normal erosion overland flow palaeosols Paris pediplains pedogenesis peneplain periglacial permafrost phenomena plant cover Pleistocene podzolic Precambrian precipitation present produce rainfall regions regolith relief result rocks role runoff sand sandstone savannas season semiarid Senegal slopes soil soil-forming process solifluction sols steppes stream temperature Tertiary tion Tricart valley variations vegetation vertical zonation weathering wet tropics wind zonal