Published Oct 10, 2022
The list of last scientific papers of the Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology.
Published Sep 21, 2022
Start date Sep 20, 2022 - Sep 22, 2022
We would like to invite you to the 4EU+ Collaborative Seminar with the Università degli Studi di Milano on High Mountain Cryosphere under the influence of Climate Change, consisting of lectures and hands-on exercises using satellite data and machine learning. See more information below.
Published Sep 19, 2022
This year, the International Journal of Climatology prize, awarded by the British Royal Meteorological Society, was won by the distinguished climatologist Prof. RNDr. Radan Huth, DrSc from the Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology at the Faculty of Science of Charles University. Congratulations!
Published Jun 09, 2022
Published Mar 03, 2022
Two open PhD positions (hydrology, dendroecology) at the department within the STARS program. The deadline for application is March 13, 2022.
Published Jan 10, 2022
We are opening one postdoctoral position with the following possible research topics: (1) Climatology with focus on solar activity and atmospheric circulation, (2) Response of mid-latitude montane catchments to climate change, (3) Glacial lake outbursts and landslides (4) Palaeoglaciation of north-eastern Eurasia.
Published Oct 29, 2021
Published Oct 12, 2021
Start date Sep 20, 2021 - Sep 24, 2021
Dept. of Physical Geography and Geoecology of Charles University and ICGdR is organizing in the framework of strategical partnership with the University of St Andrews a course: ADVANCED METHODS OF REMOTE SENSING FOR THE RESEARCH OF THE CRYOSPHERE. The course will be given by Dr. Tobias Bolch from the University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK.
Published Aug 05, 2021
How much, and how fast, will the global sea level rise? How did glaciers in the Alps look like a hundred years ago, and will there be any in another hundred years? What is the current state of glaciers and ice sheets, and what are the methods to study them?
Published Feb 06, 2021