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Last edited 09 Mar 2021
Geomorphology is: ‘The scientific study of the evolution and configuration of landforms. Also known as fluvial geomorphology.’
A geomorpholocial assessment, sometimes referred to as a fluvial audit is: ‘The establishment of baseline hydromorphological form and behaviour for a river reach in the context of conditions prevailing in the wider river network and catchment as a whole.'
See also: Hydromorphology.
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