The Zagros is an example of a young and active orogenic belt where geomorphology and seismicity provide invaluable constraints on the style of deformation, in ways not possible with ancient, inactive orogens.
Professional geologists and amateur rock hunters flocked to the White Mountains, regarded as a superb site for the study of geomorphology .
He met the Director of the Pennsylvania Geological Survey, a prominent geologist with a special interest in fluvial geomorphology .
Morphotectonics requires input from at least three branches of Earth science: geophysics, geology, and geomorphology .
The western tip of the South Alkyonides Fault is exposed in the surface geology and geomorphology of the Perachora Peninsula.
We next review the topographic and geomorphological patterns evident in Scandinavia from the perspective of regional structural geology.
According to a coastal geomorphologist , deeper in-shore waters means more powerful waves, which move more quickly and retain more energy.
These geomorphological features, in themselves, suggest recent uplift of the landscape.
Beginning in Early Miocene time, southward extrusion of the Greater Himalayan Slab has had a profound influence on the geological and geomorphological evolution of the Himalaya.
Modern geomorphologists recognize that mountain-building is a geologically recent event.