Geomorphology Brown Bag - Spring 2012
Tuesday 12 - 1 pm in Wilkinson 203
LiDAR (a.k.a. crack for geomorphologists)


We will start off the quarter with some invited speakers and hands-on time in a computer lab, then spend the third half of the quarter in our usual hodge-podge of reading relevant papers or hearing about your ongoing LiDAR research.

check the schedule below for available dates and email Sarah with your topic to sign up to present

visit http://lists.oregonstate.edu/mailman/listinfo/geomorph to get on our weekly reminder list

Date Presenter Topic
Apr 3 2012

Ian Madin, DOGAMI

“High Resolution Lidar in Oregon: An unmatched dataset for innovative earth science research"

Apr 10 2012

Mike Olsen

Use of LIDAR to study seacliff erosion\coastal landslides

Apr 17 2012

Fred Swanson

Discussion of landforms viewed on LIDAR of Andrews Forest and neighboring Upper Blue River

Apr 24 2012

Nick Legg

Hands-on in COMPUTER CLASSROOM Kidder Hall 033

May 1 2012

Russ Faux, Watershed Sciences

"Airborne LiDAR for Rivers and Streams: What is Hydro-Treatment?" and "Developments in Shallow Water Airborne Laser Bathymetry"

May 8 2012


but come hear Tom Dunne give the Hollis Dole lecture "Evolution of Floodplain Complexity"
Thursday May 10, 4pm Gilfillan Audtorium

May 15 2012

Allison Danner

thesis research presentation (+/- LiDAR)

May 22 2012


May 29 2012

Daniel Garcia-Castellanos (visiting UO)

Burt 193; Joint with G&G - Tectonic and Erosion Competing at the Gate of the Mediterranean: Mechanics of the Messinian Salinity Crisis

Jun 5 2012