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    Dunedin Academic Press

    Dunedin (DAP) is an independent publishing house based in Edinburgh that publishes books on geology and other earth and environment topics. Many of Dunedin’s books have equal appeal to the resident, visitor, walker, climber or angler who wants to understand the origins of the landforms they observe as well as to the professional geologist seeking a broad overview of a much-studied terrain. A selection of titles about Scotland with appeal to the general reader are offered here.

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    Scottish Mountain Landscapes: A geomorphological perspective

    The diversity of Scotland's mountains is remarkable, ranging from the isolated summits of the far northwest, through the tor-studded high plateau of the Cairngorms to the hills of the Southern Uplands. Colin Ballantyne explains the geological and geomorphological evolution of Scotland's mountains to form an unparalleled variety of mountain forms.

    Dunedin Academic Press