Mountain Landscapes
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This Mountain Landscapes study guide covers 14 topics in depth. These include Introduction to mountains, Bedrock rivers: from form to process, Compensation, Isostasy and more, with multiple subtopics inside each of the main topic areas (see full list of topics below). It has been tailored to cater for Geography students of all levels, from any University and has been specifically designed to improve both, the direction of your coursework research and the efficiency of your exam revision.

  • Introduction to mountains
  • Bedrock rivers: from form to process
  • Compensation, Isostasy
  • Debris flows
  • High mountain environment: The Mountain Cryosphere
  • Landslides in active mountain belts
  • Low mountain environment: Recreational Impact
  • Making mountains
  • Managing Mountain Landscapes: Impacts on ML under a changing climate
  • Mass Conservation and Hillslopes
  • Mountain rivers, sediment supply and landscape evolution
  • Mountains and the Carbon Cycle: Erosion and transport of organic carbon
  • Orography and mountain climates
  • Quantifying Rates of Erosion

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