Geomorphology IAG Paris
The geomorphic process is divided into two types such as the terrestrial process and the extraterrestrial process. The terrestrial process is again differentiated into two types such as the exogenous process and the endogenous process. The Endogenic process is originated in the interior of the earth. Here there are sudden rapid movements such as the earthquake, faulting, and diastrophism. The exogenic process is originated on the surface of the earth and also it causes the slow movements such as the erosion and the depositional process. Weathering, Erosion, Transportation, Aggradations and the mass movement are the different types of the exogenous process. Denudation is nothing but the things to be exposed; here the rocks presented on the earth’s surface are broken into the pieces through the external physical forces. This entire work is performed through three processes such as the weathering, erosion, and transportation.
The geomorphologic resources include both the raw materials and the landforms. Both these forms are used to the human beings which are totally depending on the economic, social and the technological factors. This gigantic process is involved in the deeper investigation in the evolution of the landforms and finally targeting on the mountain hill slopes, rivers, glaciers including the coasts. The Volcanic process is the complex one and it results in the larger variations in the landforms, deposits, and series of effects on the surrounding environment. It plays an important role in the present era and at the same time, it can entirely alter the social evolution. It is an important factor in the climate change in both the ways of locally and globally. There is a list of the classical studies in the geomorphology such as the morphometry, morphological evolution including the volcanic edifices.