Annual Distinguished Geomorphology and Society Lecture Series

Annual Distinguished Geomorphology and Society Lecture Series

2019:

  • Heather Viles – University of Oxford, Biogeomorphology and Resilience in the Anthropocene, 18th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 115th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 4.

2018:

  • Gary Parker – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, How Alluvial Rivers Construct Their Own Bankfull Discharge or Can’t We Do Better Than the 1.5 Year Flood? 17th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 114th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 13.

2017:

  • Roger LeB. Hooke – University of Maine, Humans, geomorphology, government, and the future.. 16th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 113th Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusets, April 7.

2016:

  • Eric W. Larsen – University of California – Davis, When the River Bumps Into People: Resolving Conflicts between Human Infrastructure and Habitat Conservation along the Sacramento River. 15th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 112th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, March 30.

2015:

  • Darryl Granger – Purdue University, From Landscape Evolution to Human Evolution. 14th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 111th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, April 21-25. Sponsored by Taylor-Francis/Routledge.

2014:

  • William Graf – University of South Carolina, Science, Policy, and Politics for Restoration of the Florida Everglades. 13th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 110th Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida, April 8-12. Sponsored by Taylor-Francis/Routledge.

2013:

  • Thomas Dunne – University of California-Santa Barbara, Risk to Floodplain Communities from River Channel and Floodplain Evolution. 12th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 109th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, April 9-13. Sponsored by Taylor-Francis/Routledge.

2012:

  • Francis Magilligan – Dartmouth College, Geomorphic and hydrologic adjustments in disturbed watersheds: The response and recovery of New England watersheds to floods, dams, and land use/land cover change. 11th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 108th Annual Meeting, New York, New York, February 23-28. Sponsored by Taylor-Francis/Routledge.

2011:

  • David Montgomery – University of Washington, Dirt and the King of Fish. 10th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 107th Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, April 12-16. Sponsored by Taylor-Francis/Routledge.

2010:

  • Stanley W. Trimble – University of California, The Severity of Historical Soil Erosion and Hydrologic Disruption in the Eastern US; Some Agronomic, Economic, Sociological, and Hydroclimatological Considerations. 9th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 106th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, April 14-18. Sponsored by Taylor-Francis/Routledge.

2009:

  • James C. Knox – University of Wisconsin-Madison, Flood Geomorphology in the Upper Mississippi Valley. 8th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 105th Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 22-27. Sponsored by Taylor-Francis/Routledge.

2008:

  • Denise J. Reed – University Of New Orleans, Managing the Mississippi Delta for the 21st Century: A Challenge to Science and Society. 7th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 104th Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, April 15-19. Sponsored by Wiley Blackwell.

2007:

  • George Mathias Kondolf – University of California, River Restoration in North America: Meandering Channels for All? 6th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 103rd Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, April 17-21. Sponsored by Blackwell.

2006:

  • No talk given.

2005:

  • Peter W. Birkeland – University of Colorado, Life as a soils geomorphologist = f(people, places, circumstances, and factors to be determined). 5th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 101st Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, April 5-11. Sponsored by Blackwell.

2004:

  • Fritz Nelson – University of Delaware, Cold Comfort: Impacts OF Climate Warming in the Permafrost Regions. 4th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 100th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 14-19. Sponsored by Blackwell.

2003:

  • Richard “Dick” Kesel – Louisiana State University, Geomorphology: Its Role in Policy and Management Decisions on the Mississippi. 3rd Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 99th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana. Sponsored by Blackwell.

2002:

  • Thomas Dunne – University of California-Santa Barbara, Is Geomorphology Ready to Play a Role in Landscape Restoration? 2nd Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 98th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by Blackwell.

2001:

  • Andrew Goudie – Oxford University, Geomorphology and Society. 1st Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 97th Annual Meeting, New York, New York. Sponsored by Blackwell.
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