Alan Trenhaile's Geomorphology: A Canadian Perspective (2004) is the improved second edition of a popular Canadian text on geomorphology. As the title states, the author's emphasis is on geomorphic processes that are most prevalent in Canada, but it also includes intermittent references to other examples. Although the physical processes covered are applicable to study in temperate and polar environments in other parts of the world, the book is intended primarily for use by Canadian undergraduate students.

A major strength of the book is the inclusion of several formulae on sediment processes that are beneficial to an environmental geomorphologist. For the...

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