Pingos are perennially-frozen ice-cored hills, formed primarily by progressive injection and freezing of water within aggrading permafrost. Pingos of the
When a river adjusts its shape over longer timescales, it is no longer in equilibrium with its environment. These ‘disequilibrium
The oft-cited Coastal Dune Model (CDM) predicts that dune height is controlled by negative feedback between wind flow and topography
The latest data on the glacial and deglacial history of the southwest Great Slave Lake region, NWT. The Laurentide Ice
Recent study sheds new light on the environmental conditions necessary for sand wedge formation. Sand wedges are cold-climate features formed
Nancy Martel Université du Québec à Rimouski Rimouski, QC. Studies on river confluences have highlighted the complex relationships between flow
Thomas E. Barchyn University of Calgary Calgary, Alberta, Canada. On the banks of the Assiniboine River in southwestern Manitoba, amphitheatre-like
Geomorphology lies at the intersection of many diverse disciplines: climatology/meteorology, engineering, geoscience, biology, ecology, and a range of social sciences.