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Sabine Kraushaar

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.

EGU Workshop: Digital Terrain Analysis of Anthropogenic Landscapes

EGU is about to start and besides many presentation and meeting Paolo Tarolli, Tobias Heckmann and  Wolfgang Schwanghart offer a hands on workshop on Digital Terrain Analysis of Anthropogenic Landscapes (13:30–15:00 in Room L4/5). Please see below some information on the course. – written by Paolo Tarolli (University of Padova) – Humans are among the most prominent geomorphic agents, r ...[Read More]

EGU 2016 events

EGU 2016 events

Award lectures The Geomorphology Division awards the Ralph Alger Bagnold medal to individuals in recognition of their outstanding scientific contribution to the study of geomorphology, and also awards an Outstanding Young Scientists award to recognise remarkable scientific achievements in the field of geomorphology by an early-career scientist. This year’s winners are Niels Hovius, recipient of th ...[Read More]

EGU International Young Geomorphologists Social Event

Written by Julia Meister (FU Berlin) The EGU 2016 General Assembly is getting closer and like for the past two years there will be a social evening for Young Geomorphologists (and those that still feel young!) from all over the world to promote scientific discussions and collaborations while enjoying a beer. We are happy to invite you to the “3rd International Young Geomorphologists Social Event” ...[Read More]

More than meets the “I”: The Retirement of a Mentor – Young Scientists and Their Inheritance

More than meets the “I”: The Retirement of a Mentor – Young Scientists and Their Inheritance

In preparation for the laudation of her retiring mentor – Professor Richard Dikau – Katharina Eibisch from the University of Bonn (Germany) thought about some life lessons she learned throughout her first year as a young researcher. – written by Katharina Eibisch, University of Bonn – We as Geomorphologists are not only concerned with the shape of a form but also with its materia ...[Read More]