His own explanation of the topographic features was what he called a aquot;beveling down to mature formaquot; in which the region is just ... the following set of questions in one of their physical geography laboratory manuals, published about 10 years later. Students were asked to select 10 different hills on the Gen- terpoint, West Virginia, quadrangle and then to answer the ... Perhaps peneplains could exist in the laboratory exercise, but not in the field, or perhaps Tarr underwent a change ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Geologists and ideas|
|Author||:||Ellen T. Drake, William M. Jordan|
|Publisher||:||Geological Society of Amer - 1985|