Landscape evolution and Processes

Landscape evolution is the cumulative result of geological processes interacting with the hydrosphere, lithosphere and atmosphere. Such interactions lead to complex feedback systems among tectonics, climate and erosion. Landscapes have been constructed and reconstructed over time to produce an array of landscapes. Relief and geology play an important role in landscape evolution. Our research in landscape evolution and processes includes the effect of past climate on landscape processes, tectonic geomorphology and numerical modelling of landscape evolution. Join us in our journey to unravel the story of the earth’s landscape.

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