Geomorphology and Society: An Introduction
The interdependent relationship between humans and landscapes is an important but still under-developed concept in geomorphology. It is clear, from case studies introduced in this chapter that a detailed understanding of how people impact on geomorphic processes and how, in turn, these processes impact on society, is an essential contribution towards the goal of a sustainable future.
KeywordsDebris Flow Soil Loss Geomorphological Process Soil Erosion Risk Erosion Risk Assessment
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