Computer models can be used to simulate the evolution of channel networks and landforms over geologic time. These models use rainfall-runoff, erosion and soil mass movement to simulate the processes that shape the earth's surface. This book synthesizes the results of these evolution models, providing a comprehensive look at the most up-to-date work in this area.
Includes research into climate, ocean and landscape change over long time scales.
-- Explains how to apply findings of models.