Geomorphology Brown Bag - Fall 2004
Friday 12-1PM in ALS 3006
Student & Faculty Research Presentations


Fall quarter is traditionally a chance to to catch up with each other (oh, and our research) after a long dry summer. Remind everyone what you are doing, report on the progress you've made, get advice (heckling) on what to do next, or just show cool photos and make us envious of your adventures.

Contrary to popular belief, powerpoint is not mandatory to present your research - we have an overhead projector and slide projector available as well. Or you can just talk. We can be good listeners.

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Date Presenter Topic
Oct 1 2004

Tsuyoshi Hattanji

Hydro-geomorphic processes and channel initiation in Ashio Mountain watersheds

Oct 8 2004


Oct 15 2004

Jay Noller

Geomorphological Framework for Soil and Water Conservation by Cypriot Communities

Oct 22 2004

Jeff Ninnemann

Multi-scale stream tracer test in Loukout Creek, Oregon: Fractal behavior of hyporheic residence time distributions (GSA practice talk)

Oct 29 2004

Josh Wyrick

FSL West Conference Room

Geomorphology of River Islands

Nov 5 2004

Stephen Lancaster

Landscape evolution and the physics of trees

Nov 12 2004


Nov 19 2004

Gordon Grant

Drainage network evolution in volcanic landscapes: How long does it take to get the river flowing?

Nov 26 2004



Dec 3 2004

Andrew Meigs

Logless landscapes: Erosional doldrums or cornucopia of crud?