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Mid-European Geomorphology Meeting 2021

Liebe Mitglieder des VGDH,

wir möchten sie herzlich zu unserer hybriden mitteleuropäischen Geomorphologietagung vom 6.-10. November 2021 einladen, dem Mid-European Geomorphology Meeting 2021 (MGM 2021) in München, das der AK Geomorphologie zusammen mit Geomorph AT und der Schweizer Gesellschaft für Geomorphologie ausrichtet. Alle Informationen sind auf https://www.ak-geomorphologie.de/tagungen/mgm-2021/ verfügbar. Einreichungen zu den Sessions und den disziplinübergreifenden Diskussionsrunden sind bis zu 21.7. möglich.

Scientific Sessions:

1 Conceptual sessions

This format is focused on audience-driven discussion and includes short stimulating controversial talks. Conveners invite selected speakers for appealing talks – participants can submit posters to these sessions. No parallel sessions will be scheduled to these discussions.

    1.1 DISCUSSION: Changing Geomorphology: anticipating future trajectories of geomorphology (K. v. Elverfeldt, U. Klagenfurt; A. Lang, U. Salzburg, Niels Hovius, GFZ).

    1.2 DISCUSSION: Deciphering the history of geomorphology: How can a younger generation of geomorphologists profit from the understanding of the history of geomorphology? (U. Wardenga, Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde; W. Haeberli, U. Zürich; S. Harrison, U. Exeter).

    1.3 DISCUSSION: Education and communication of geomorphology in a changing climate, environment & society (A. Schöps, Head of School, JGG Waldkirchen, Advisor of the Bavarian Ministry of Education for the Curriculum design, Former head of the Assoc. of Bavarian School Geographers; A. Linsbauer, Geography Teacher Training UZH, scientific leader of “Expedition2Grad” a VR project on communicating climate change impacts at the Aletsch Glacier).

    1.4 DISCUSSION: Developing professional profiles for Geomorphology and anticipating future challenges on the job market (H.J. Laimer, GB Streckenmanagement und Anlagenentwicklung, Geotechnik und Naturgefahrenmanagement, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG; M. Keuschnig, CEO GEORESEARCH, CTO Geoconsult Group).

2 Geomorphology in a changing climate and environment

    2.1 Alpine geomorphology in a changing climate and environment (O. Korup, U. Potsdam; J.-C. Otto, U. Salzburg).

    2.2 Coastal geomorphology in a changing climate and environment (A. Vött, U. Mainz; M. May, U. Köln; M. Engel, U. Köln).

    2.3 Fluvial geomorphology in a changing climate and environment (T. Hoffmann, BfG).

    2.4 Dryland geomorphology in a changing climate and environment (O. Bubenzer, U. Heidelberg; F. Lehmkuhl, RWTH Aachen).

    2.5 Cold regions geomorphology and cryospheric systems in a changing climate and environment (I. Gärtner-Roer, U. Zürich).

    2.6 Quaternary geomorphological systems in a changing climate and environment (J. Völkel, TUM; G. Rhixon, U. Strasbourg; D. Sauer, U. Göttingen).

    2.7 Biogeomorphology in a changing climate and environment (J. Eichel, U. Utrecht; A. Larsen, U. Wageningen).

    2.8 Human-Environment Interaction in and before the Anthropocene (J. Meister, U. Würzburg; C. Zielhofer, U. Leipzig).

    2.9 Dynamic geomorphology: revealing rates of sediment erosion, transport & deposition over time (M. Marzen, U. Trier; O. Sass, U. Bayreuth; L. Schrott, U. Bonn).

    2.10 Deciphering and modelling long-term landscape evolution (E. Dietze, AWI Potsdam; S. Tofelde, U. Potsdam; A. Beer, U. Tübingen).

    2.11 Linking processes and archives: connectivity and coupled systems (R. Pöppl, U. Wien; J. Blöthe, U. Freiburg).

    2.12 Geomorphological hazards and risks (T. Glade, U. Wien; M. Keiler, UIBK).

    2.13 Geomorphological impacts on water, nutrient and carbon cycles (A. Bufe, GFZ; G. Winkler, TU Graz).

3 Methodological sessions

    3.1 Advancing dating, geochemical and biomarker techniques in geomorphology  (T. Reimann, U. Köln; R. Zech, U. Jena; M. Fuchs, Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology (HIF); B. Zolitschka, U. Bremen).

    3.2 Near surface geophysical methods in geomorphology (J. Buckel, TU Braunschweig; D. Dräbing; U. Bayreuth; M. Dietze, GFZ Potsdam).

    3.3 Novel modelling techniques and approaches in geomorphology (W. Schwanghart, U. Potsdam; A. Brenning, U. Jena; R. Ludwig, LMU).

    3.4 Experimental geomorphology (T. Iserloh, U. Trier; J. Turowski, GFZ; A. Voigtländer, GFZ).

    3.5 High-resolution and remote sensing methods to unravel Earth surface dynamics (A. Eltner, U. Dresden, T. Ullmann, U. Würzburg, K. Cook, GFZ).

    3.6 Big data in geomorphology (S. Kreutzer, U. Aberystwyth).

Beste Grüße

Michael Krautblatter für den AK Geomorphologie

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