Land Degradation & Development
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Edited By: Professor Artemi Cerdà
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Online ISSN: 1099-145X
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SPECIAL ISSUE: LANDSCAPE DENUDATION OR LAND DEGRADATION? INTERROGATING THE GEOMORPHIC PROCESSES OF LANDSCAPE CHANGE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
This special issue of Land Degradation & Development contains papers that were presented at the biennial conference of the Southern African Association of Geomorphologists (SAAG) in Grahamstown, September 2010. The conference theme, ‘Landscape degradation or land degradation? Interrogating the geomorphic processes of landscape change in southern Africa’, was designed to attract papers addressing landscape change at a number of different timescales that would contribute to the ongoing debate over the role of human activity in bringing about land degradation.
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