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Morphological description and interrelation between force and structure: a scope to geomorphic evolution process modelling

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The concept of force is described in morphological terms.The interrelations among the original morphological constitution, the force influencing a system, and the type of process that the system can undergo, are described with a morphological representation. Five laws of structures are proposed. The reaction of a geomorphic feature to a perturbation created by means of morphological force is discussed. The morphological dynamics of a system subjected to undergo morphological process due to perturbation is qualitatively modelled through graphic analysis. However, the multi-temporal satellite data is the main source of information to record the morphological changes of a geomorphic feature in a time sequential mode and further to model the morphological dynamics. The applications of the concepts that are discussed and described systematically in this paper are foreseen to achieve cogent models that describe the behaviour of morphological changes.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1998-05-01

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