Additional Resources for Teaching Geomorphology
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Geology Fieldnotes: Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah part of SERC Web Resource CollectionAnnabelle Foos
Located on the Colorado Plateau in Utah, this canyon is comprised mostly of sedimentary rocks, and continues to be eroded and shaped by the Paria River. Its geologic and human history are outlined on ...
Geomorphological Processes part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Terrain Classification System for British Columbia: 1997 part of SERC Web Resource Collection
The Canadian Geomorphology Research Group part of SERC Web Resource Collection
International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences: Division of Applied Geomorphological Surveys part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Geomorphology Home Page, University of Virginia part of SERC Web Resource CollectionAlan Howard
The focus of this site is fluvial geomorphology. It offers information on modelling and simulations of drainage basins, floodplain and stream meandering, and landform evolution on Mars. A series of ...
Coastal Geomorphology part of SERC Web Resource CollectionMorelock Jack
This on-line course integrates short and long-term factors into an understanding of why the world's coastlines are the way they are today. First, an overall view is presented, followed by a ...
Electronic Journal of Glacial Geology and Geomorphology part of SERC Web Resource CollectionW. Whalley, Martin Sharp
Glacial Geology and Geomorphology is an electronic journal of The British Geomorphological Research Group developed by The Queen's University of Belfast and published by The BGRG. It is both a ...
Sedimentology and Geomorphology part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Geomorphic Processes part of SERC Web Resource CollectionDavid Nash
This website houses course information for a quarter-semester geomorphology class. A basic outline of the course is given under 'Review'. Copies of previous exams and quizzes are accessible, (without ...