Landforms and Landscape Evolution of the Equatorial

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Northeast Brazil. An Overview. Series: Springer Earth System Sciences. ▷ The first and unique synthesis on the landforms and landscape evolution of Northeast ...

J.-P. Peulvast, F. Betard

Landforms and Landscape Evolution of the Equatorial Margin of Northeast Brazil An Overview

Series: Springer Earth System Sciences

▶ The first and unique synthesis on the landforms and landscape evolution of Northeast Brazil ▶ Includes original maps and more than 80 color photos and 3D images ▶ Offers an original analysis of landforms and soils in a key area for understanding long-term to short term geomorphic evolution on the equatorial passive margin of Brazil ▶ A necessary tool for understanding the location and interest of potential geomorphosites in northeast Brazil ▶ Helps readers identify the distribution of hazards and risks related to landforms and geodynamics in northeast Brazil 2015, XIII, 186 p. 59 illus., 35 illus. in color.

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More than a simple monograph, the authors present a comprehensive geomorphic overview of a large tropical region where they show how deciphering the longterm landform evolution helps understanding the present set of landscapes and morphodynamic environments. The Equatorial margin of the Brazilian “Nordeste” displays stratigraphic landmarks whose interpretation reveals the age and nature of landforms, leading to a reconstruction of the geomorphic history by the means of combined morphostratigraphic and morphopedological approaches. Beyond the role of differential erosion related to moderate post-oceanic opening uplift, the plain and upland landscape reflects a juxtaposition of landform and soil generations related to a shallow basin inversion, the last stages of which occurred in semi-arid conditions since the Oligocene. These results throw light on old debates on models of long-term landform development in platform areas, and also help evaluating recent models of denudation and burial based on thermochronological methods.

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