"The term geomorphology has been derived from the Greek terminology i.e.. ge meaning ""earth""; morpho meaning ""form""; and logos means ""study"" is the study of the alteration, formation, and configuration of the topographical features of the earth's surface.
The study of geomorphology has been broken down into the study of different geomorphologic processes, such as Fluvial related to rivers and streams, Glaciers, Mass Movement and Weathering.
Geomorphologists are the scientists that grasp the history of the landform.
Geomorphology Journals publishes peer-reviewed, original innovative and highest quality papers and its main goal is to provide authors a platform of exchanging their work in various disciplines of landforms and glacial processes, fluvial processes and landforms, arid environments, planetary & applied geomorphology, volcanics, Remote sensing and GIS methods, marine and coastal processes, lakes, estuaries, tectonics, environmental change, theoretical geomorphology, weathering, soil erosion, coastal dunes, mass movement etc..
It gives a wider platform to the Scientists, Students to share their views worldwide.
Scientists and the readers use this widely read international journal to keep up with recent scientific trends in the area of earth science.
Last date updated on June, 2014