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8. 4. 2015
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Geomorphological Perspectives on Human-Environment Interactions Across Multiple Timescales by J. Michael Daniels from University of Denver, USA

J. Michael Daniels is a geographer with research interests in geomorphology, late Quaternary environmental change, floodplain stratigraphy, paleohydrology, and soil-landscape analysis. His research examines how geomorphic systems respond to natural and anthropogenic environmental change over timescales ranging from decades to millennia. He is a_visiting scholar at CULS with support from U.S. National Science Foundation and U.S.-Czech Republic Fulbright Commission.

When and where:

Tuesday April 21st 2015
Room Z 239, at 12:15

 
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