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1937
Imamura, G.. Past glaciers and the present topography of the Japanese Alps. Vol. C.7. Science Reports of Tokyo Bunrika Daiguku C.7. Tokyo Bunrika Daiguku, 1937.
1935
1932
Gutersohn, H.. Relief und Flussdichte (Relief & drainage density). Inaugural-Dissertation. Zürich: Universität Zürich, 1932.
Horton, R.  E.. "Drainage basin characteristics." Transactions American Geophysical Union 14 (1932): 350-361.
1931
1930
Neustruev, S.  S.. "Elements of soil geography." In Genesis and Geography of Soils (In Russian), 149-314. Moscow, Russia: Nauka, 1930.
1929
Cajori, F.. "History of determinations of the heights of mountains." Isis (University of Chicago Press) 12 (1929): 482-514.
1928
Hettner, A.. Die Oberflächenformen des Festlandes. 2nd ed. Stuttgart: B. G.\@ Teubner Verlag, 1928.
1927
Glinka, K.  D.. "Dokuchaev's ideas in the development of pedology and cognate sciences." In Russian Pedological Investigations, 1-32. Vol. 1. Leningrad, USSR: Academy of Science, 1927.
1911
1907
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1888
1886
Dokuchaev, V.  V.. "Razbor glavneishich pochvennych ponyatiy (in Russian)." In Selected Papers 1949, edited by V.  V. Dokuchaev, 161-239. Vol. Vol.3. Moscow: Selhozgiz, 1886.
1875
Tylor, A.. "Action of denuding agencies." Geological Magazine 22 (1875): 433-473.
1873
1870
Maxwell, J.  C.. "On hills and dales." The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science Series 4 (1870): 421-427.
1866
Hann, J.. "Zur Frage über den Ursprung des Föhns." Zeitschrift der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Meteorologie 1 (1866): 257-263.
1859
Cayley, A.. "On contour and slope lines." The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science Series 4, 18 (1859): 264-268.
1828
Gauss, K.  F.. "Disquisitiones generales circa superficies curvas." Commentationes Societatis Regiae Scientiarum Gottingensis 6 (1828): 99.
1805
Young, T.. "An essay on the cohesion of fluids." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95 (1805): 65-87.