Published December 1980
by Routledge .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
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Geomorphological landforms and processes exert a strong influence on surface engineering works, yet comparatively little systematic information on geomorphology is available to engineers. This book presents a worldwide view of geomorphology for engineers and other professionals on the near-surface engineering problems associated with the various landscapes. This book presents a worldwide view of geomorphology for engineers and other professionals on the near-surface engineering problems associated with the various landscapes. This new and completely revised edition has additional chapters with an improved format and is broadly divided into three parts. Geomorphology for Engineers [Fookes, P. G., Lee, E. Mark, Milligan, G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geomorphology for Engineers. The book is unique in focus, content, scope and in bringing together engineering, ecological and geomorphological approaches to the three key areas of river system science. Journal articles & titles Articles and other writings about Geomorphology can be found in many: Lucinda M. Hall.
Engineering Geomorphology: Theory and Practice provides a compact and comprehensive introduction to the subject. The emphasis is on the nature, scale and consequences of landform changes over timescales relevant to civil engineers (engineering time). This book presents a comprehensive worldwide view of geomorphology for engineers and other professionals on the near-surface engineering problems associated with the various landscapes. This new and completely revised edition has additional chapters dealing with topics of vital current interest in an attractive format and is broadly divided. Geomorphology and engineering are dependent upon each other in the solution of landslide problems. Geomorphology plays an important role in the engineering control of landslides. Photogeology and landform analysis enable the geomorphologist to identify landslide problems, interpret them, and offer guidelines and alternatives for their : F. Beach Leighton. Geomorphology for engineers. Ed. by P. G. Fookes et al. Whittles Publishing pages $ Hardcover GB Geomorphological landforms and processes exert a strong influence on engineering works, yet comparatively little systematic information on geomorphology is .