Read the July 2014 EPSP Newsletter from focus group chair Alan Howard. You can view […]
Read the March 2014 EPSP Newsletter from focus group chair Alan Howard. You can view […]
We need your help to ensure that this site represents our community: Send in photos, […]
The New York Academy of Sciences is an independent, not-for-profit organization committed to advancing science, […]
Congratulations to the Outstanding Student Paper Award (OSPA) winners at the 2013 AGU Fall Meeting! […]
Gravity gliding implies rigid translation of a body down a slope where displacements are parallel to a tilted detac [...]
Topographic asymmetry, i.e. differences in the morphology of landscapes as a function of slope aspect, can be used [...]
Stick-slip behavior is a distinguishing characteristic of the flow of Whillans Ice Stream (Siple Coast, Antarctica) [...]
Search for jobs or candidates, use the toolkits, or sign up for the newsletter. Visit http://sites.agu.org/careers/
Learn how to connect to AGU with facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Flicker, and blogs. Visit http://about.agu.org/get-social/
The Gilbert Club, named after G.K. Gilbert, is an annual meeting the day after AGU, where people gather to hear talks and discuss research in geomorphology. Gilbert Club also runs a mailing list. For more information visit http://eps.berkeley.edu/gilbert/gilbert.htm.
Come join your geomorphology colleagues in the mid-Atlantic corridor at the 3rd annual Amtrak Club meeting, held at Lehigh University on Friday-Saturday 16-17 May, 2014. An optional pre-meeting field trip will be run on Thursday, 15 May. All information can be found here: http://www.lehigh.edu/~kkp2/amtrak_2014.html The deadline for registration and submission […]
On behalf of the ASCE Aerospace Division, you are invited to submit an abstract and paper for presentation at the 14th ASCE Earth and Space Conference. This year’s conference will be held October 27-29, 2014, in St. Louis, Missouri (USA). Abstracts should align with the conference theme “Engineering in Extreme […]
The 2014 Goldschmidt Conference will take place in Sacramento, California between June 8th and June 13th, 2014, covering recent developments in geochemistry and related fields. For more information visit http://goldschmidt.info/2014/.