Biomorphodynamics - living organisms shaping the Earth landscapes
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About Us

Since at least the Devonian time, when plants invaded lands and started to form terrestrial ecosystems, including early forest ecosystems, various plant individuals and entire plant communities have been impacting landforms, geomorphic, hydrologic, and pedogenic processes. Many key studies have been published during the last several decades that helped to understand the complex nature of interactions between living organisms and the Earth’s abiotic components. It seems that on many levels of its complexity they are closely linked. Although a huge work has been done, we think there are many fascinating scientific problems awaiting full discovery.