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Theoretical Geomorphology: Selling a seemingly boring topic

Theoretical Geomorphology: Selling a seemingly boring topic

Anne Voigtländer (TUM Munich) presented her poster at the EGU 2017 and attracted quite some attention. She drew everything per hand and besides chocolate bars and smiling mountains she touched some very interesting topics. Have a look and get inspired! – written by Anne Voigtländer (TUM Munich) – Have you ever tried to sell a text on theoretical geomorphology to students? Or even to your fellow sc ...[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]