Disaster Events | VOL. 13, ISSUE 76, January-February 2013 |

Floods: A Climate Change Perspective

Most geomorphic processes vary in terms of intensity and degree of variability over space and time. Such variability is often caused by different environmental conditions under which they operate. One of the fundamental enquiries about geomorphic processes is to understand the frequency with which events of different magnitudes occur in natural systems. Analysis of the size of various geomorphic processes over various time scales has clearly demonstrated that extreme, high magnitude events are rare while the low-to-medium magnitude events are...

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