Morphoclimatic zones

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In climatic geomorphology morphoclimatic zones are areas which are characterised by landforms associated with a particular climate. The geomorphological processes involved with distinct climates can have large impacts on the near-surface geology of the area.[1]

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  1. ^ Fookes, P. G., Baynes, F. and Hutchinson, J. N. (2000). Total geological history: a model approach to the anticipation, observation and understanding of site conditions