Travels through geomorphology

Travels through geomorphology

USA, February 2002: My first (road) trip to the USA.

In February 2002, Doug Burbank at University of California Santa Barbara organised a “Marsyandi Project” meeting for the researchers involved in the Nepal-focused project. My PhD project on pebble abrasion along the Marsyandi River was part of it, and my supervisor Jerome Lavé said I should go. I did not object. The meeting was veryContinue reading “USA, February 2002: My first (road) trip to the USA.”

Mikael Attal, Geomorphologist at the University of Edinburgh, UK

I am a Senior Lecturer in Geomorphology at the University of Edinburgh. I study the shape of landscapes, rivers and sediment, and I travel to places that have interesting problems to solve, both for teaching and research. In particular, I work in tectonically active areas, which are typically areas with big mountains and steep andContinue reading “Mikael Attal, Geomorphologist at the University of Edinburgh, UK”


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