What is it about?
Morphometric assessment of hydrogeomorphic processes and landscape evolution and watershed prioritisation. This study represents the active fluvial erosional process and landscape development. The hydrogeomorphic process through morphometry is a suitable approach to understanding land and water resource characteristics
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Why is it important?
A detailed morphometric analysis is carried out for the 20 fifth-order sub-basins and discusses their characteristics. An attempt has been developed to discover the stages of geomorphic development with the help of various morphometric parameters: drainage networks, basin geometry, drainage texture and terrain conditions.
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This page is a summary of: Morphometric assessment of hydrogeomorphic processes and landscape evolution in the Kallar watershed (Western Ghats, India): regionalisation and prioritisation, Arabian Journal of Geosciences, August 2021, Springer Science + Business Media, DOI: 10.1007/s12517-021-08105-z.
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