Environmental Geomorphology

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Course Code: 
ENV 1103
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 
  1. Definition and scope of geomorphology,
  2. Overview of environmental geomorphology.
  3. Development of Geomorphologic ideas/schools of thought (Uniformitarianism, Catastrophism, Mobilistic, Eustatic, etc).
  4. Major/Key Concepts and approaches in Geomorphology and how they relate to environmental management.
  5. Endogenic processes and landforms (Earth’s structure, Global tectonics and landforms, Plate tectonism, Sea floor spreading, Continental drift, Igneous activities and associated landforms, Extrusive igneous activities and Intrusive igneous activities).
  6. Exogenic processes and landforms (Weathering and associated landforms, Slope evolution processes and landforms, peneplanation, pedi-planation, etc). Fluvial processes and landforms.
  7. The drainage basin as a system.
  8. Processes and landforms associated with Coastal environments.
  9. Applied geomorphology and its relevance to environmental management (a look at specific case studies).
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