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Geomorphology of Central America: A Syngenetic Perspective by Jean Pierre Bergoeing

By Jean Pierre Bergoeing

Geomorphology of important America is authored through a scientist with greater than 30 years of nearby evaluation learn event in vital American nations, arming scientists with a vintage learn method—a technique most advantageous whilst utilized to express geographic areas globally. The clinical concepts used for assessing neighborhood reports of a space replicate a degree of workmanship that has develop into tougher to come back through over the last 3 a long time and underscores the significance of neighborhood exams of geomorphological positive aspects.

Complemented with superbly crafted and exacting maps that catch the region’s distinctive landscapes, Geomorphology of important America introduces an international imaginative and prescient of the geomorphology and volcanic box of valuable the United States from Guatemala to Panama, making it the 1st unmarried resource of geomorphological content material for the region.

  • Features the newest examine at the seismic habit of the critical the United States zone, together with volcanic task, landslides, rivers, woodland parts, and topographic environments.
  • More than a hundred figures, illustrations, and pictures underscore key techniques and relief in retention.
  • Authored by means of a geomorphologist with greater than 30 years of study adventure within the box with a spotlight on primary America.

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