Definition of morphotectonics in English:

morphotectonics

Pronunciation /ˌmɔːfə(ʊ)tɛkˈtɒnɪks/

noun

Geology
  • The branch of geomorphology concerned with the form and tectonic origins of large topographic features of the earth's surface (as continents, mountain ranges, river basins, etc.).

Origin

1950s. From morpho- + tectonics, after morphotectonic.