Geomorphology is a branch of Earth science that focuses on the study of landforms, their origin, development, and classification. It examines the processes that shape the Earth’s surface, such as erosion, weathering, tectonic activity, and sedimentation. Geomorphologists investigate the topography of the Earth and seek to understand the forces and factors that contribute to the formation of various landforms, including mountains, valleys, plains, and coastlines.

Table of Content

Introduction to Geography

    1. What is Geography
    2. Introduction to Physical Geography
    3. Realms of the physical environment

Internal Structure and Composition of Earth

    1. Interior of Earth
    2. Mantle Convection
    3. Isostasy
    4. Continental Drift
    5. Plate Tectonics
    6. Convection Currents Hypothesis
    7. Theory of the Sea Floor Spreading

Denudation (Weathering, and Erosion)

    1. Weathering and its types
    2. Factors affecting the rate of weathering
    3. Soil formation/ pedogenesis
    4. Soil formation in different climatic regions
    5. Different types of soils
    6. Erosion and its types

Work of Winds

    1. Wind Erosion
    2. Sand Dunes

Work of Streams

    1. Work of Streams | Erosion, Transportation, and Deposition
    2. Features of Stream Erosion (Erosional Landforms)
    3. Depositional Landforms
    4. Base Level and Braided Streams
    5. Natural Drainage System

Work of Glaciers

Work of Sea

Ground Water