Contribution to the Theory of Scarpland development from observations in Central Queensland, Australia
Theories of scarpland geomorphology developed over the past century have been characterised by divergent conceptual frameworks and have been hindered by language barriers. Here, we review the main theories and assess them with reference to field evidence from central Queensland, Australia.
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This article was originally published as Young, RW and Wray, RAL, Contribution to the Theory of Scarpland development from observations in Central Queensland, Australia, Journal of Geology, 1087, 2000, 705-719. Copyright University of Chicago Press. Original article available here.