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  Information - GM13 Challenges in geomorphological methods and techniques

Event Information
Technical innovations in recent years have enabled unraveling new
details and complexities of geomorphic phenomena. Fields of challenges
are present in all aspects of geomorphic research across all spatial and
temporal scales, and include field techniques, laboratory analysis but
also modeling tools. Remote sensing, for example, has become
increasingly important for studying large objects at high spatial
resolution, and advances in chronometric techniques enable new
applications at both, high resolution and long temporal coverage.

This session aims to address advances and new challenges of different
methods and techniques to determine and analyze geomorphic processes and
forms. Researchers as well as practitioners are encouraged to present
new conceptual ideas and new methods. We would like to stimulate
discussion between developers and users and like to encourage a
particular focus on case studies and applications that demonstrate
applicability and limitations of an approach.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers


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