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Landscapes Live Thursday September 16th: Sean Willett

The next Landscapes Live online seminar will be given by Sean Willett (ETH Zurich) on Thursday September 16th at 2 pm GMT. He will speak to"Escarpments: Nature’s Other Great Experiment in Landscape Evolution".

This seminar will be live on Zoom and open to anyone interested (with a limit of 300 participants). You can register in advance for this Zoom meeting here: https://aarhusuniversity.zoom.us/meeting/register/u50vduGrqjwuHdGa6vw0oG0S8UfDUU0F1bE9.


The Landscapes Live online seminar series will then continue the following weeks with:

  • Thursday 23rd September at 2 pm GMT/ 4 pm CEST: Douglas Jerolmack, University of Pennsylvania

  • Thursday 30th September at 2 pm GMT/ 4 pm CEST: Andrew Christ, University of Vermont

  • Thursday 07th October at 2 pm GMT/ 4 pm CEST: Cristián Escauriaza, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

  • Thursday 21st October at 2 pm GMT/ 4 pm CEST: Abigail Langston, Kansas State University

  • Thursday 28th October at 2 pm GMT/ 4 pm CEST: Sara Savi, Potsdam University

  • Thursday 04th November at 2 pm GMT/ 4 pm CEST: Katharine Huntington, University of Washington

  • Thursday 18th November at 2 pm GMT/ 4 pm CEST: Dirk Scherler, GFZ Potsdam

  • Thursday 25th November at 2 pm GMT/ 4 pm CEST: Anne Bernhardt, Freie Universität Berlin

  • Thursday 02nd December at 2 pm GMT/ 4 pm CEST: Sébastien Carretier, IRD and University of Toulouse

More information on these talks as well as the videos of previous talks are available on our website (https://www.landscapeslive.org/).

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