Multi-scale Analysis of Topographic Surface Roughness in the Midland Valley, Scotland

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Grohmann, Carlos;
(2017)
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Surface roughness is an important geomorphological variable which has been used in the earth and planetary sciences to infer material properties, current/past processes and the time elapsed since formation. No single definition exists, however within the context of geom... View more
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