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Geomorphology Gallery

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Choose from 279 pictures in our Geomorphology collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Pinguinus impennis, great auk
Pinguinus impennis, great auk
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Coal forest diorama
Coal forest diorama
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Distributions of plants at various altitudes
Distributions of plants at various altitudes
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Neanderthal spear point
Neanderthal spear point
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Humboldt and his party collecting plant
Humboldt and his party collecting plant
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Magnolia virginiana, North American sweet bay
Magnolia virginiana, North American sweet bay
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Aquila chrysaetus, golden eagle
Aquila chrysaetus, golden eagle
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Lambertia formosa, honey flower
Lambertia formosa, honey flower
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Lambertia formosa, mountain devil
Lambertia formosa, mountain devil
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Scene in Wealden Times
Scene in Wealden Times
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Sula capensis, Cape Gannet
Sula capensis, Cape Gannet
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Permian landscape
Permian landscape
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Scene in Wealden Times Featured Print

Scene in Wealden Times

Scene from the Wealden times, during the Cretacous period. Painting, oil on canvas, by Eli Marsden Wilson (1877-1965), before 1935. Original held at the Natural History Museum, London

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

1877 1965, 20th Century, Animal, Animals, Archosaur, Archosauria, Archosauriformes, Archosauromorpha, Art And Illustration, Brackish, Cretaceous, Cretaceous Period, Day, Day Time, Daytime, Diapsid, Diapsida, Dinosaur, Dinosauria, Dinosauromorpha, Dinosaurs, East, Eli Marsden, Eli Marsden Wilson, England, Europe, Extinct, Fertile, Geomorphology, Great Britain, Historic

Glacial rock, Halifax 1873
Glacial rock, Halifax 1873
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Australopithecus afarensis
Australopithecus afarensis
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Raper drawing No. 11
Raper drawing No. 11
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Early Precambrian Earth
Early Precambrian Earth
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Strato volcanic eruption
Strato volcanic eruption
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Sopwith Model XII: Denudation of mineral veins
Sopwith Model XII: Denudation of mineral veins
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Sopwith Model VII: Surface denudation of veins
Sopwith Model VII: Surface denudation of veins
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Sopwith Models: denudation & faulting
Sopwith Models: denudation & faulting
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Sopwith Model VII: Denudation of mineral veins
Sopwith Model VII: Denudation of mineral veins
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Sopwith Model XII: Mineral vein denudation
Sopwith Model XII: Mineral vein denudation
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Sopwith Model VIII: Overcutting of strata
Sopwith Model VIII: Overcutting of strata
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Sopwith Model X: Denuded basset of strata
Sopwith Model X: Denuded basset of strata
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Sopwith Model XII: Denudation of mineral veins Featured Print

Sopwith Model XII: Denudation of mineral veins

This model shows the influence of surface denudation and faulting on inclined strata, with increased complexity to the situation in Model VII. The discontinuity between the beds as viewed at the surface can be seen. Thomas Sopwith (1803 - 1879) was an eminent geologist and civil engineer who pioneered methods of representing geological features. This set of wooden models were designed to represent geological situations with faults, folds, inclines and strata that were particularly relevant to the mining industry

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

Sopwith Model III: Dislocation of strata
Sopwith Model III: Dislocation of strata
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Sopwith Model I: Stratified rocks/denudation
Sopwith Model I: Stratified rocks/denudation
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Snow beds in the Th'lonok Valley, Himalayas
Snow beds in the Th'lonok Valley, Himalayas
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Basalt columns, Real del Monte mine, Mexico
Basalt columns, Real del Monte mine, Mexico
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The natural arches of Icononzo, Bolivia
The natural arches of Icononzo, Bolivia
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Cataracts of Maypures map
Cataracts of Maypures map
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Tequendama Falls, Colombia
Tequendama Falls, Colombia
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The Avalanche
The Avalanche
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Homo erectus (or Homo ergaster), Turkana boy (KNM-WT 15000)
Homo erectus (or Homo ergaster), Turkana boy (KNM-WT 15000)
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Coquimbo, Chile
Coquimbo, Chile
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Raised beaches, Patagonis
Raised beaches, Patagonis
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Bridge of the Incas, Uspallata Pass
Bridge of the Incas, Uspallata Pass
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Sopwith Model III: Dislocation of strata Featured Print

Sopwith Model III: Dislocation of strata

This model represents the side of a valley of denudation, with undisturbed horizontal beds of sedimentary rock when fully assembled. The model can also be taken apart to reveal the pattern of outcrops that would occur when faults are present. Significantly it illustrates how a single seam of coal, when subject to erosion and faulting, could outcrop in several areas and appear as multiple beds of coal. Thomas Sopwith (1803 - 1879) was an eminent geologist and civil engineer who pioneered methods of representing geological features. This set of wooden models were designed to represent geological situations with faults, folds, inclines and strata that were particularly relevant to the mining industry

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

St Helena
St Helena
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Berkeley Sound, Falkland islands
Berkeley Sound, Falkland islands
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Skin from a Ground sloth
Skin from a Ground sloth
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Drawing 25 from the Watling Collection
Drawing 25 from the Watling Collection
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Eimeo and barrier reef
Eimeo and barrier reef
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View of Grotto Point, looking north-east towards the harbour
View of Grotto Point, looking north-east towards the harbour
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Chalcostigma stanleyi vulcani, blue-mantled thornbill
Chalcostigma stanleyi vulcani, blue-mantled thornbill
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Dermacentor andersoni, Rocky Mountain wood tick
Dermacentor andersoni, Rocky Mountain wood tick
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Moschus chrysogaster, alpine musk deer
Moschus chrysogaster, alpine musk deer
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Lepus timidus hibernicus and Lepus timidus scoticus
Lepus timidus hibernicus and Lepus timidus scoticus
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Adams Peak, Sri Lanka
Adams Peak, Sri Lanka
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Trifolium montanum, mountain clover
Trifolium montanum, mountain clover
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