Geomorphology Brown Bag - Fall 2010
Tuesday noon to 1 pm in ALS 3096
Another year, same fall topic

Welcome back to Geomorphology brownbag!

Although brownbag took a summer vacation, chance is your research didn't. Fall quarter we provide a forum for constructive feedback on advances in student (and faculty) research in geomorphology. There won't necessarily be papers to read, but we do ask that the presenters come prepared with something to engage our attention (maps/data/handouts/photos/video clips, etc...). You can provide an article in advance for us to discuss that is relevant to your research. Or you can just talk. We can be good listeners.

email Sarah to reserve a time slot, or visit http://lists.oregonstate.edu/mailman/listinfo/geomorph to sign up for the list-serv.

Date Presenter Topic
Sep 28 2010


Introductions & sign-ups for fall schedule

Oct 5 2010

Andrew McFadden

Sediment transport at an ecological restoration site in the Willamette National Forest, Oregon

Oct 12 2010

Andrew Meigs

Pierce and Morgan, 2009. Is the track of the Yellostone hotspot driven by a deep mantle plume? Journal of Volcanlogy and Geothermal Research, 188: 1-25. pages 13-22 are most relevant.

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Oct 19 2010

Terry Frueh

Quantifying charcoal budgets in steeplands: Partially-coupled charcoal-sediment storage and transport, GSA practice talk

Oct 26 2010

Greg Hancock, visting scholar

Richardson 107

Rebuilding disturbed landscapes - How computer models can aid environmental rehabilitation.

Nov 2 2010


Nov 9 2010

Stephen Lancaster

Evolution of a tumble-down landscape

Nov 16 2010


Choose Winter 2011 Topic

Nov 23 2010

Gordon Grant

Dams & Gravel Bed Rivers

Nov 30 2010

Jack Zunka