geomorphic cycle

geomorphic cycle

[¦jē·ō¦mȯr·fik ′sī·kəl]
(geology)
The cycle of change in the surface configuration of the earth. Also known as cycle of erosion; geographical cycle.
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As the major visible destructive phenomena in hilly mountainous terrain (Acharya, et al., 2006), landslides are part of normal landscape development for geomorphic cycles (Wang, et al., 2007).