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Presentation and data of EGU2015 workshop available online

Presentation and data of EGU2015 workshop available online

Wolfgang Schwanghart from the Universtiy of Potsdam gave an excellent workshop on how to analyse your DEM with Matlab at the EGU last week. He posted some information for you in case of interest. Session GM11.3 of this year’s EGU hosted a workshop on TopoToolbox and bedrock river profile analysis. In case you were unable to attend the meeting or the session, but are interested in this topic, ...[Read More]

Geomorphic contributions in an age of extremes

Come and learn about Geomorphology’s role in understanding, predicting and managing landscapes in extreme storms and floods at the Royal Geographical Society in London on 11 May 2015. Eminent geomorphology professors from across the globe will be presenting. An invitation by Dr. Larissa Naylor from the University of Glasgow and Dr. Tom Spencer from the University of Cambridge. One day Intern ...[Read More]

EGU events 2015

EGU is coming close and Lucy Clarke arranged some information on upcoming event and sessions interesting for Geomorphologists. Award lectures: There are a number of Award lectures not to be missed out on at EGU2015: The Arthur Holmes Medal lecture will be given by Carlo Laj on “Our Magnetic Planet”, Heather Viles is giving the Ralph Alger Bagnold Medal Lecture on “Boulders, biology and buildings: ...[Read More]

Reflections on the BSG Windsor Workshop, December 2014

PhDs from around Europe attend once a year the Windsor workshop in the reverend halls of the grand Cumbeland Lodge in the Windsor Park. This years attendees Owen King and Fran Falcini from the York University and Lauren Knight from the Portsmouth University describe and advertize in this guest blog the workshop. The Windsor Workshop is an annual, 4 day event organised by the British Society for Ge ...[Read More]