THE IMPACT OF HUMANS ON CONTINENTAL EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION (Invited)

@inproceedings{Wilkinson2007THEIO,
  title={THE IMPACT OF HUMANS ON CONTINENTAL EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION (Invited)},
  author={B. Wilkinson and B. McElroy},
  year={2007}
}
  • B. Wilkinson, B. McElroy
  • Published 2007
  • Geology
  • Rock uplift and erosional denudation of orogenic belts have long been the most impor- tant geologic processes that serve to shape continental surfaces, but the rate of geomor- phic change resulting from these natural phe- nomena has now been outstripped by human activities associated with agriculture, con- struction, and mining. Although humans are now the most important geomorphic agent on the planet's surface, natural and anthro- pogenic processes serve to modify quite dif- ferent parts of… CONTINUE READING
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