OK, I admit that I am a hard-rock geologist by training, and that I do not have formal education in geomorphology. However, my career has led me into seismic hazards assessment, where I have gained appreciation and respect for geomorphic methods used in assessing the age of fault movements (this from a person who once considered everything younger than Precambrian to be uninteresting “cover”). Because of my second career in geologic hazards, the subject matter of this book is intensely interesting to me, and I approached the book review as a learning experience. I was not disappointed.

I was surprised...

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