PART I: GEOMORPHOLOGY AND ITS TOOLS .- 1. Earth's Dynamic Surface .- 2. Geomorphologist's Tool Kit.- PART II: SOURCE TO SINK .- 3. Weathering and Soils .- 4. Geomorphic Hydrology .- 5. Hillslopes .- 6. Channels .- 7. Drainage Basins .- 8. Coastal and Submarine Geomorphology.- PART III: ICE, WIND, AND FIRE .- 9. Glacial and Periglacial Geomorphology .- 10. Wind as a Geomorphic Agent .- 11. Volcanic Geomorphology.- PART IV: THE BIGGER PICTURE .- 12. Tectonic Geomorphology .- 13. Geomorphology and Climate .- 14. Landscape Evolution.
Paul Bierman is professor of Geology and Natural Resources at the
University of Vermont, USA. His research and teaching expertise
focus on the interaction of people and Earths dynamic surface. His
research includes tracing the history of the Greenland Ice sheet
over the last million years and creating the first record of
storminess and erosion that extended back over the last 10,000
years in Vermont, New Hampshire, and New York.
David R. Montgomery is a professor at the University of Washington, USA.