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Welcome to the new Geomorphology Blog

  • Welcome to the new Geomorphology Blog
  • Welcome to the new Geomorphology Blog
  • Welcome to the new Geomorphology Blog
  • Welcome to the new Geomorphology Blog
  • Welcome to the new Geomorphology Blog

…we’re happy you made it to our first post! We felt that the growing Geomorphology community is lacking a unifying platform where posts and documents related to upcoming events, workshops, conferences and other newsworthy information reach many scientists at a time. Thus, with the help of Andreas Lang and Lucy Clarke, we launched this Geomorphology blog and hope that you find it useful and welcome you to contribute posts on:

  • Events, workshops, conferences, meetings
  • Outstanding work of young geomorphologists
  • Sharing common advices and solutions for tricky field/monitoring/data challenges
  • New technological developments
  • Interesting findings
  • Latest geomorphic processes happening all around the planet (or universe?)
  • Funny incidents connected to geomorphology
  • Other ideas?

We especially encourage young scientists to share ideas from as many different places as possible to make the blog a success – even if you believe that they are not noble prize winning! Finally, we are really looking forward to your contributions!

Best wishes, Jan and Sabine

Sabine Kraushaar works as postdoc in the ENGAGE Group at the University of Vienna (Geomorphological Systems and Risk Research). Her research until now included soil erosion studies, geochemical sediment fingerprinting and sediment transport modelling in northern Jordan.

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