Geomorphic Hazards

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Olav Slaymaker
Wiley, Jun 12, 1996 - Political Science - 218 pages
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This book examines geomorphic hazards, land form changes that adversely affect the geomorphic stability of a site or produces adverse socioeconomic impacts. These hazards include floods, landslides, seismicity, soil erosion and volcanic eruption.

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Geog, UBC

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