landscape morphology

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In geomorphology, the form and spatial structure of the landscape. Landscape morphology has a direct influence on water movements, soil, physical and chemical properties, and on the productivity of the vegetation cover. In human geography it is the material formation of the landscape, its shaping and reshaping, in which social structures and cultural worlds are enfolded.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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