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List of landforms

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List of landforms

Landforms are categorised by characteristic physical attributes such as elevation, slope, orientation, stratification, rock exposure, and soil type.

Contents

  • Landforms by process 1
    • Aeolian landforms 1.1
    • Coastal and oceanic landforms 1.2
    • Erosion landforms 1.3
    • Fluvial landforms 1.4
    • Impact landforms 1.5
    • Karst landforms 1.6
    • Lacustrine landforms 1.7
    • Mountain and glacial landforms 1.8
    • Slope landforms 1.9
    • Tectonic landforms 1.10
    • Volcanic landforms 1.11
  • Landforms, alphabetic 2
  • See also 3

Landforms by process

Landforms organized by the processes that create them.

Aeolian landforms

Aeolian landforms are formed by the wind and include:

Coastal and oceanic landforms

Coastal and oceanic landforms include:

Coastal and oceanic landforms.

Erosion landforms

Landforms produced by erosion and weathering usually occur in coastal or fluvial environments, and many appear under those headings as well.

Fluvial landforms

Fluvial landforms include:

Impact landforms

Landforms created by extrerrestrial impacts include:

Karst landforms

Karst landforms include:

Lacustrine landforms

Lacustrine landforms include:

Mountain and glacial landforms

Mountain and glacial landforms include:

Slope landforms

Slope landforms include:

Tectonic landforms

Landforms created by tectonic activity include:

Volcanic landforms

Volcanic landforms include:

Landforms, alphabetic

See also

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