Kalvoda, Jan, Rosenfeld, Charles L., editors; Geomorphological Hazards in High Mountain Areas. 1998

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Kalvoda, Jan, Rosenfeld, Charles L., editors; Geomorphological Hazards in High Mountain Areas. Kluver Academic Publishers, Dorrecht, Boston, London, 1998. Large octavo, pp. xi, 314, numerous photos, maps, text illustrations, Tables. 
This scholarly work is complete and in the original hard binding, in as new condition.
This scholarly volume presents 16 peer reviewed studies by specialists in geomorphology and geology. The main topic are: morphotectonic activities, slope movements, glacial, erosion and weathering hazards, and man-made processes. These studies have one common theme, basic geomorphological hazards in high mountains can be understood through case studies and the preparing of theoretical models to help understand the origins of natural disasters. The studies presented here are from examples in Nepal, Pakistan, the Inner-Himalaya, China, Malaysia, the Rocky Mountains of Canada, Glacier National Park, Montana, the Oregon Coast Range, Mexico, the Andes, Peru, Bolivia, Spain and other areas.