The CGRG Blogs

Geomorphology lies at the intersection of many diverse disciplines: climatology/meteorology, engineering, geoscience, biology, ecology, and a range of social sciences. A fundamental goal of the discipline is to understand and predict Earth surface processes and landscape dynamics.

These blogs are designed to showcase the wealth of geomorphological research and applications, and to highlight the opportunities that abound in this discipline. The first, entitled CanGEOmorphX (Canadian Geomorphology Examples), showcases how geomorphology has contributed to the understanding of the Canadian landscape and the processes that shape it. The second, Field Notes, provides a forum for sharing field experiences and for highlighting the challenges and rewards of geomorphological research.

Students, professionals and researchers are invited to submit blog posts. Please contact us.

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