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Abstract

The demonstration of fractal processes within the earth has been an important step in understanding many processes and the nature of resultant geomorphology. However the complex nature of interplay between many different processes does not lead to simple measures of fractal geometry in practice. The influence of mutli-fractal processes, nonfractal processes, noise, and the nature of data gathering and processing suggest that a clear extraction of Hurst coefficients is unlikely and possibly flawed.

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2008-10-12
2020-09-27
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