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 ! ).
Program (Fall block):
- Thursday the 17th of September 2020 at 2pm GMT:
Name to come (Affiliation)
“Title to come”
- 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”
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).