To highlight research activities and developments within the ANZGG community and provide more regular opportunities for our community to interact, we run occassional online seminars. These include the Oceania version of the IAG International Geomorphology Week webinar series and longer format webinars on specific 'big geomorphology' topics. In these webinars you will get an introduction to the latest research and ideas from leading researchers and practitioners. The idea is that each topic will appeal to both Australians and New Zealanders, as well as to people who generally love the landscape as much as we do.
To be announced. If you have any suggestions for seminar ideas or speakers please email your recommendations to email@example.com
Previous International Geomorphology Week seminar series
To see the line up of talks for the March 2023 Oceania seminar series click IAGWebinar2023_Flyer_Template_v2.pdf, and to watch the recording click here, or visit the IAG website if you are interested in other events held during this week.
Previous 'Big Geomorphology' Webinars
To watch any of the following recorded seminars click on the title of the talk (or go to this folder). Download the files to view the whole presentation - online streaming is currently limited to a 15 minutes preview.
- Associate Professor Paul Hesse, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. "Dust and Dunes: Aeolian processes in the southern continents", Wed 11 Nov 2020.
- Dr Joshu Mounjoy, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), New Zealand "Subaqueous geomorphology. What we are (comparatively slowly) discovering about landscapes beneath water", Tues 1 Sept 2020.
- Dr Susan Conway, Laboratoire de Planetologie et Geodynamique, Nantes University, France, "Martian Geomorphology - recent advances and open science questions", Wed 22 July 2020.