Editorial for Glacial and Geomorphological Cartography Special Issue

Landforms are the most superficial part of the earth's crust. They are usually the foundations on which life develops, and continuously interact with the biosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere, as well as with anthropic activities. Moreover, landforms are often some of the few remaining witnesses of former climates or surface dynamics. Geomorphology is therefore a science of the utmost importance, and geomorphological mapping is one of its most commonly used tools. The aim of this Special Issue is to provide an insight into the use …

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Author Ramón Pellitero Ondicol
Maintainer Mөнхдулам
Last Updated June 2, 2019, 18:31 (UTC)
Created June 2, 2019, 18:31 (UTC)