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Los procesos geológicos externos; las infinitas interacciones en la superficie de la Tierra  [External geological processes; the endless interactions on the Earth's surface]

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Alternate Title:External geological processes; the endless interactions on the Earth's surface
Authors:Brusi, David; Roqué, Carles; Mas-Pla, Josep
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Universitat de Girona, Departament de Ciències Ambientals, Girona, Spain
Volume Title:Qué geología enseñar?
Volume Authors:Pedrinaci, Emilio, prefacer
Source:Qué geología enseñar? [What geology to teach?], prefaced by Emilio Pedrinaci. Enseñanza de las Ciencias de la Tierra, 21(2), p.181-194. Publisher: AEPECT (Asociación Española para la Enseñanza de las Ciencias de la Tierra), Madrid, Spain. ISSN: 1132-9157
Publication Date:2013
Note:In Spanish with English summary. 32 refs.; illus., incl. 3 tables
Summary:This contribution develops the 7th idea out of the 10 Big Ideas that were defined within the document Alfabetización en Ciencias de la Tierra (Pedrinaci et al., 2013). In particular, we address the content related to the "External geological processes that transform the Earth surface". While developing this topic, we will also refer to guidelines 3, 4, and 9 of the mentioned document devoted to the following topics: "Origin and transformation of Earth materials", "Water and air turn the Earth into a special planet", and "Some natural processes involve risks for humankind". In this paper, we do not intend to furnish a detailed description of the external geological processes. Our main goal consists in offering a clear and structured perspective of the main concepts for their further treatment in class.
Subjects:Atmosphere; Biosphere; Climatic controls; Denudation; Dynamics; Earth; Education; Erodibility; Erosion features; Fluvial features; Geologic hazards; Geoscience; Human activity; Hydrosphere; Isostasy; Landforms; Lithosphere; Natural hazards; Risk assessment; Sea-level changes; Solar radiation; Volcanism
Record ID:810543-8
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