What is Geomorphology?
Landforms are produced by erosion or deposition, as rock and sediment is worn away by these earth-surface processes and transported and deposited to different localities.
So what Geomorphologists do is, they map the distribution of these landforms so as to understand better their occurrence.
Christchurch Remote sensing from satellites and GIS mapping has really gotten advanced and has benefited geomorphologists greatly over the past few decades, allowing them to understand global distributions. 21 10 23 12 24 73 20 13 74 25 3A 26 14 73 19 75 15 74A 17 16 76 18
Geomorphologists can piece together the history of any place by studying the remaining landforms and the sediments and they can provide evidence on past climate change and processes CO 2 CLIMATE CHANGE HEAT, WA FLOOD DISASTER SMOG TOXI EROSION
So geomorphology is a diverse discipline.