Landscapes Live

Landscapes Live is a weekly online seminar series opened to the international scientific community interested in various aspects of geomorphology. Every week, we will post here a link to a Zoom meeting. If you intend to join, have a login that allows you to be fully identified. The talk is every Thursday, starting at 2pm GMT.

Check your local time here – 2pm GMT = 3pm in London / 4pm in Paris-Berlin / 5pm in Moscow / 7.30pm in Delhi / 10pm in Beijing / 10am in New-York / 7am in Los Angeles / way too early in Hawaii ! ).

Blog entries about Landscapes Live: EGU Geomorphology, IAG

Program (Fall block):

  • Thursday the 17th of September 2020 at 2pm GMT:

Name to come (Affiliation)

“Title to come”

Previous talks:

  • Thursday the 2nd of July 2020 at 2pm GMT:

Georgie Bennett (University of Exeter)

“Hazardous landscapes: Towards landslide early warning in Nepal and the Philippines”

  • Thursday the 25th of June 2020 at 2pm GMT:

Fiona Clubb (Durham University)

“Creepy landscapes along the San Andreas fault”

  • Thursday the 18th of June 2020 at 2pm GMT:

Robert Hilton (Durham University)

“The shifting view of how mountain building and erosion impact the carbon cycle”

  • Thursday the 11th of June 2020 at 2pm GMT:

Liran Goren (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)


  • Thursday the 04th of June 2020 at 2pm GMT:

Anneleen Geurts (University of Bergen)

“Drainage integration in continental rifts”

Organizing team:

Philippe Steer (University Rennes), Vivi Pedersen (University Aarhus), Stefanie Tofelde (University Potsdam), Pierre Valla (University Grenoble Alpes), Charles Shobe (GFZ Potsdam) and Wolfgang Schwanghart (University Potsdam).