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New Landscapes Live schedule for 2022 available!

The Landscapes Live seminar series for 2022 is now available. The 1st online seminar will be given by Leif Anderson of the University of Utah on Thursday, February 17th at 3 pm GMT to the topic "Making sense of chaos: debris-covered glacier landscapes in the face of climate change".


Register for this online meeting at https://univ-grenoble-alpes-fr.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUud-6urz4pEt342rWKHIpPLOFhmnk5C3iv


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

  • Thursday 24th February at 3 pm GMT/ 4 pm CET: John Jansen Czech Academy of Sciences

  • Thursday 3rd March at 3 pm GMT/ 4 pm CET: Guy Paxman, Columbia University

  • Thursday 10th March at 3 pm GMT/ 4 pm CET: Charlotte Prud'homme, University of Lausanne

  • Thursday 17th March at 3 pm GMT/ 4 pm CET: Anne Rowan, University of Sheffield

  • Thursday 24th March at 3 pm GMT/ 4 pm CET: Brent Goehring, Tulane University

  • Thursday 31th March at 3 pm GMT/ 4 pm CET: Stéphane Bonnet, 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/).

Landscapes Live is the EGU Geomorphology Division's virtual webinar series focused on sharing exciting geomorphology research throughout the international scientific community. Feel free to contact them at landscapesliveseminar@gmail.com

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