Big Geomorphology Webinar Series
Normally we would be preparing for the next biennial conference, but with COVID-19 this has been delayed to 2021. To keep the ANZGG spirit alive, we have organised a series of online webinars that cover advances in big themes and ideas in geomorphology. 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.
Subaqueous geomorphology. What we are (comparatively slowly) discovering about landscapes beneath water
Dr Joshu Mountjoy
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), New Zealand
Tuesday 1st September at 2 pm AEST (4 pm NZST)
To register for the webinar, click here
Joshu Mountjoy is a Marine Geoscientist and Programme Leader for SSIF Programme https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8680494/. When not being a scientist Joshu enjoys mountain biking, surfing, skiing, cooking and tinkering in his shed.Joshu completed his PhD jointly with the University of Canterbury and NIWA and then took up a scientist position at NIWA. He has a broad interest in seafloor geomorphology spanning submarine canyons, landslides, active tectonics, gas and gas hydrate systems and lakes. Joshu is passionate about science communication and believes scientists are beholden to communicate what they do as broadly as possible. He recently featured in the National Geographic show Drain the Oceans