Category Archives: geomorphology

March Meanderings

It’s been another month of fascinating scientific adventures for your resident hydrologist. It all began at the end of February, when I travelled to La Crosse, Wisconsin to the Upper Midwest Stream Restoration Symposium, which was a really stimulating and … Continue reading

Categories: academic life, by Anne, conferences, geomorphology

Anne’s November Navigations

I’m not joining the exodus of geoscientists to AGU this week; I’m still recovering from November. I’m not sure whether I spent more time in Ohio or outside of it last month. The month started with the rain and runoff … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, conferences, geomorphology, hydrology

GSA call for abstracts on urban hydrology and anthropogenic geomorphology

Shameless plug… I’m convening two fantastic sessions at the upcoming Geological Society of America meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina on November 4-7, 2012. For both sessions there are incredible invited speakers lined up, and all we need to make them … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, conferences, geomorphology, hydrology

Scenic Saturday: seeing geology everywhere

One of the gifts of a geological education (or one of the curses, if you are one of our long-suffering friends) is that our habit of looking for patterns in the landscape – the evidence of past worlds preserved in … Continue reading

Categories: geology, geomorphology, photos

Scenic Saturday: a pilgrimage back to the grand granitic tors of Dartmoor

The high and rugged scenery of Dartmoor is as wild and untamed a landscape as you’re likely to find in the United Kingdom, and would seem to have more in common with the Scottish Highlands than the prim and proper … Continue reading

Categories: geomorphology, outcrops, Palaeozoic, photos, rocks & minerals