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Paul Bishop (2008)

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Choosing the Wiley Award is a hugely difficult task, the committee agreed upon several papers which reflected the best of current geomorphological research, i.e. were innovative, thought-provoking and repre-sented real advances in knowledge. Our final choice for the award for volume 32 (awarded 2008) is:

Bishop, P. 2007 Long-term landscape evolution: link-ing tectonics and surface processes. Earth Surface Proc-esses and Landforms 32, 329-365. The paper examines the last several decades of research in long-term landscape evolution, developed around a series of wide ranging themes. The review is thought-provoking and takes a future perspective looking at the emerging challenges for the research community.

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