Denys Brunsden is Emeritus Professor of Geomorphology at the Department of Geography, King's College, London. He was born in Torquay in 1936 and, after his National Service with the RAF Joint Air Photographic Interpretation Unit, he joined King's College in 1956 as a geography undergraduate, studying also geology and social anthropology. His major influences at King's were Professor S W Wooldridge and, later, Professor Jake Hancock. He went on to spend his entire career at King's. Following his PhD on the geomorphology of the River Dart in 1963, he was appointed to the academic staff, culminating in Emeritus Professor in...

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