geomorphological geomorphological

Definition(s):

  • (adj) pertaining to geological structure

Usage(s):

  1. In just three or four decades, we had managed to reverse one of nature's most remarkable geomorphological phenomena.
  2. In just three or four decades, we had managed to reverse one of nature's most remarkable geomorphological phenomena.

News

  1. Traces of recent water on Mars

    The southern hemisphere of Mars is home to a crater that contains very well-preserved gullies and debris flow deposits. The geomorphological attributes of these landforms provide evidence that they were formed by the action of liquid water in geologically recent time. read more
    on April 28, 2014     Source: TG Daily

  2. Researchers Find New Evidence Of Water In A Martian Crater

    April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Well preserved gullies and debris flow deposits in a crater on the southern hemisphere of Mars are providing new evidence through their geomorphological attributes that they were formed by the action of liquid water in relatively recent geological times, according to a new study from the University of Gothenburg . On Earth, water becomes a ...
    on April 26, 2014     Source: redOrbit

  3. Traces of recent water on Mars: Liquid water on Mars as recently as 200,000 years ago

    New research has shown that there was liquid water on Mars as recently as 200,000 years ago. The southern hemisphere of Mars is home to a crater that contains very well-preserved gullies and debris flow deposits. The geomorphological attributes of these landforms provide evidence that they were formed by the action of liquid water in geologically recent time.
    on April 25, 2014     Source: Science Daily

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