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  • Gilbert Club 2017 in New Orleans

    Posted 08/07/17

    *This site will be updated as details develop. Date: Saturday Dec. 16, 2017, 8 am – 10 pm Location: Kendall Cram meeting room in the Lavin Bernick Center on the Tulane Uptown Campus The essentials of Gilbert Club will not change, despite the first time in a new venue! There will be three main speakers […]

  • We’ve gone social

    Posted 06/24/17

    Looking for ways to stay up to date on all things EPSP and find ways to interact with colleagues outside of conferences?  We’ve gone social and will be posting updates on twitter (@AGU_EPSP) and facebook (AGUEPSP), follow us.

  • Fall Meeting abstract submissions now open!


    Check out our 53 EPSP sessions to be held at AGU Fall Meeting. Make sure to submit your abstract before the August 2nd deadline and see you in New Orleans!

  • NSF workshop on climate, erosion and tectonics

    Posted 03/24/17

    Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to announce a second conference and workshop on the Feedbacks Among Climate Erosion and Tectonics (FACET), which will be held at Oregon State University on July 22-26, 2017. WHAT: This NSF-sponsored workshop aims to assess the current state of understanding of how the interplay between surface and solid earth processes […]

  • Gilbert Club 2016!

    Posted 12/10/16

    Register for Gilbert Club 2016! Link: Schedule Gilbert Club 33rd annual meeting Lawrence Hall of Science UC Berkeley Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016 8:00 am Coffee, tea, pastries 9:00 – 10:15 am: Leonard Sklar (San Francisco State) The problem of predicting the size distribution of sediment supplied by hillslopes to rivers: theory, models and measurements. 10:15-11:00 Break 11:00- 12:15 Nicole […]

  • Tips for Student Presenters at AGU


    Tips for student presenters at AGU Are you a student presenting at the Fall AGU Meeting? Here are some tips from the EPSP Outstanding Student Paper Award organizers in 2014: Common judging comments: Get people excited about your work. Enthusiasm, liveliness, and spark about your presentation help make a good impression and generally help earn […]

  • EPSP Young Geomorphologist’s Night @ AGU


    Wednesday, December 14, at 7:00 pm, Southern Pacific Brewing With the support of Earth and Planetary Surface Processes (EPSP) Focus Group and AGU, the EPSP student committee will be hosting a “Young Geomorphologists Night” in order to promote friendships and discussions among the newer members of our community. We are hoping that this will be an […]

  • EPSP Student Researcher Spotlight Announcement

    Posted 06/08/15

    The Earth and Planetary Surface Processes (EPSP) focus group of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) invites submissions for the Researcher Spotlight.  The aim of the Researcher Spotlight is to highlight the work of the focus group and help facilitate connections between researchers.  If you are interested in being featured in the Researcher Spotlight, please fill […]

  • EPSP 2015 Student T-Shirt Logo Design Contest!


    The Earth and Planetary Surface Processes (EPSP) focus group of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) is sponsoring a T-shirt logo design contest. We are requesting submissions for designs that capture the essence of EPSP! The winning design will appear on T-shirts sold at the Fall Meeting and proceeds will benefit student programs of the EPSP […]

  • Deadline January 14: Submit abstracts to surface processes sessions at the AGU Joint Assembly meeting, 3-7 May 2015

    Posted 01/06/15

    The upcoming Joint Assembly in Montreal, May 3-7 2015  features a dozen sessions sponsored by CGU-Earth Surface Processes Section and by AGU-EPSP and including a general Earth Surface Processes session. Please consider submitting an abstract by the fast-approaching January 14th deadline. Peter Ashmore, President, CGU-Earth Surface Processes Section River ice dynamics and channel morphology […]

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