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Who is Arthur Strahler?
Arthur Strahler a.k.a. Arthur N. Strahler: Arthur Newell Strahler was a geoscience professor at Columbia University who in 1952 developed the Strahler Stream Order system for classifying streams according to the power of their tributaries.
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Dictionary of Geography (2013)
by Malcolm Skinner, David Redfern, Geoff Farmer
Horton, Arthur Strahler and Forrest Shreve. Strahler's method is most commonly used. In this the smallest streams, which have no tributaries, are termed 1st order streams. Where two 1st ...
by David S. G. Thomas
Arthur Strahler (1978) followed Thornthwaite's water balance approach, but delineated climate zones on the basis of soil moisture and its seasonality. Others, such as Peveril Meigs (1953), developed schemes specifically for arid regions.
by David J. Wishart
Black Hills: From Modern Physical Geography, Arthur Strahler, Reprinted by permission of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Carlsbad Caverns: Photo by Ansel Adams. NARA-NWDNs, ID 79- AA- wo2, Gallery of the Open Frontier at gallery.unLedu.
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