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Mountains form as a consequence of the earth’s internal (tectonic) and external (geomorphic/surface) processes, the latter of which changes as climate oscillates. Using the world’s greatest and most active mountain range, the Himalayas, we will explore how recent understanding of tectonics, surface processes and climate helps us appreciate how mountains form and how they influence the people living in and adjacent to them.

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  • Lewis Owen
  • Shea Hoffacker

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