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A geomorphological approach to geodiversity - its applications to geoconservation and geotourism
ThoMas M.F., A geomorphological approach to geodiversity -its applications to geoconservation and geotourism. absTracT. Geodiversity is becoming widely considered alongside biodiversity by conservation agencies and has importance for geotourism. Geomorphology has a central role in understanding geodiversity, particularly at regional and local scales. By focusing on the processes that interact at the earth's surface and how they respond to external forcing, geomorphology analyses both landscapedoi:10.2478/v10117-012-0005-9 fatcat:4zntudin5bbszellbqqcvfvlji