The planet's natural dips and elevations, slopes and structures, stud the world's landscapes and enrich its panoramas. However, the Earth's landforms should not be viewed as anomalies in its topography; rather, they are often invaluable components of ecosystems and hold significant clues to the natural forces that fashion our environment. This comprehensive volume examines the various landforms – from mountains to caves to glaciers – that can be found across the globe. The processes that shape each formation are also detailed within these pages.


ISBN: 978-1-61530-486-8