La théorie du cycle d'erosion et critique du modèle davisien

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William Morris Davis (Philadelphia 1850- Pasadena 1934)

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  • WM Davis, The phisical geography
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  • Paul Macar, Principes de géomorphologie normale
  • Bailly, Travaux de géographie fondamentale

Plan du séminaire

1) Théorie davisienne du cycle d'érosion:
-objectifs
-hypothèses de travail
-jeunesse, maturité, sénilité
-rélief polycyclique

3) Critique de la théorie davisienne
-aspects négatifs
-aspects positifs

4) Conclusion et questions


Osare: il progresso si ottiene solo così.
Oser: le progrès est à ce prix.
V. Hugo, Les misérables

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H. Rosling, Factfulness

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