Best Reference Books – Geomorphology and Geotectonics

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Geomorphology and Geotectonics subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Geomorphology and Geotectonics along with reviews.

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1. “Geotectonics and Geomorphology (First Edition-2017)” by Dr Sunil Garg
2. “Geotectonics” by V V Beloussov

“Geotectonics” Book Review: This book provides an introduction to geotechnics. Main topics mentioned are types of tectonic processes, general tectonic movements of the earth crushed, recent oscillatory movements. Other important chapters mentioned are methods of studying ancient oscillatory movements, general properties of oscillatory movements of the crust, block folding, injection folding. A total of 26 chapters are discussed in this book at great length. Data tables are provided to explain those topics in depth. This book is beneficial for geology and geography students.

3. “Geomorphology (Geomorphology)” by Savindra Singh

“Geomorphology (Geomorphology)” Book Review: This book provides basic concepts regarding geomorphology. Main topics included are nature of geomorphology, fundamental concepts in geomorphology theories of landform development, climatic geomorphology and morphogenetic regions constitutions. Other topics mentioned are theory of isostasy, rocks earth movement, structural geomorphology, plate tectonics, and volcanic activity. Images and data tables are provided to explain the chapter clearly. This book is beneficial for advanced geography and geomorphology students.

4. “Principles of Geomorphology” by W D Thornbury

“Principles of Geomorphology” Book Review: This book describes the main principles of geomorphology. Topics included are weathering, soil processes, mass wasting, analysis of the geomorphic processes. Other topics mentioned are types and characteristics of glaciers, mountain glaciation, the arid cycle, steam deposition. Proper images and figures are provided in this book. All the fundamental concepts of geomorphology are Covered in this book including karst Topography and complications of the fluvial cycle. This book is suitable for geology and geography students.

5. “Introduction To Geomorphology” by Kale V S

“Introduction to Geomorphology” Book Review: This book discusses the core concepts of geomorphology. Topics mentioned are the arid cycle, types of glaciers, steam deposition, weathering and soil processes. This book includes case studies from India which provides practical experience to the students. Proper line drawings and photographs are provided to illustrate the topics. This book is beneficial for geography and geology students.

6. “A Textbook Of Geomorphology” by P Dayal

“A Textbook of Geomorphology” Book Review: This book covers important topics of geomorphology. Main topics mentioned are scope and development of geomorphology, origin of earth, geological history of the earth, internal structure of the earth. Other important topics such as the distribution of land and water, the theory of isostasy, the theory of continental drift, landforms of tectonic activity are discussed in detail. colourful images along with data tables are included in this book for easier understanding of the important topics. This book is beneficial for geology and geography students.

7. “The Earth’s Dynamic Surface (A Book of Geomorphology)” by K Siddhartha
8. “The Physical Basis Of Geography – An Outline Of Geomorphology” by S W Wooldridge

“The Physical Basis of Geography – An Outline of Geomorphology” Book Review: This book provides an introduction to the topic of geomorphology. Topics discussed are different aspects of geophysics and structural geology, erosional geomorphology, development of terrain. Numerous concrete examples of landforms are discussed in this book. this book can be useful for geology, geography and geomorphology students.

9. “Continental Rifts: Evolution, Structure, Tectonics (Developments in Geotectonics)” by K H Olsen

“Continental Rifts: Evolution, Structure, Tectonics (Developments in Geotectonics)” Book Review: This book provides an overview of the current state of understanding and knowledge of the processes of continental rifting. Topics included are Mechanisms of rifting, Geo dynamic modelling of continental drift systems, petrology, geochemistry, seismic techniques. Other chapters mentioned are potential field methods, heat flow in rifts and the modern rifts. All the topics mentioned in this book are described in detail with proper figures and images. This book is beneficial for geology and geography students.

10. “The Expanding Earth (Developments in Geotectonics Book 10)” by S W Carey
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