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Special Sessions
Sponsored by the Geomorphology Specialty Group
Association of American Geographers 103rd Annual Meeting
San Francisco, California, April 17-21.

Geomorphology - Works in Progress and Preliminary Results

Interactive Short Paper Session 2102
Wednesday, 4/18/07, from 8:00 AM - 9:40 AM


Geomorphology Specialty Group


Martin Lafrenz - Portland State University
Lisa Davis - University of Alabama


Martin Lafrenz - Portland State University


  • 8:00 AM Author(s):
    *Martin Lafrenz - Portland State University
    Abstract Title: Working With Middle School Science Students to Conduct Stream Channel Assessment.

  • 8:20 AM Author(s):
    *Dennis Dahms - University of Northern Iowa
    John Gosse - Dalhousie University
    Abstract Title: Early- to Mid-Pleistocene Cosmogenic Exposure Ages for Moraines, Table Mountain, Wyoming.

  • 8:40 AM Author(s):
    *Jose Roa-Lobo - University of Maryland - College Park
    Abstract Title: The Geomorphological, Multi-criteria Evaluation and Statistical approaches in a regional landslide susceptibility mapping. A comparative study.

  • 9:00 AM Author(s):
    *Jonathan J Butler - University of Edinburgh
    *Michael Summerfield - University of Edinburgh
    Christoph Schnabel - Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre
    Stewart Freeman - Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre
    Rachel Walcott - University of Edinburgh
    Abstract Title: Bedrock channel erosion rates from cosmogenic isotope data: the Augrabies Falls system of the Orange River, South Africa.

  • 9:20 AM Author(s):
    *Lisa Davis - University of Alabama
    J.P. Benstead - University of Alabama
    A.D. Huryn - University of Alabama
    Abstract Title: Geomorphic Constraints on Mussel Habitat, Bogue Chitto Creek, AL.

Session Description: This Interactive Short Paper (ISP) Session allows for five-minute paper presentations involving a maximum of ten PowerPoint slides per presentation, which summarize initial research results or introduce research in progress in any aspect of geomorphology.

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