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Conference „State of geomorphological researches in 2010”
We would like to invite you to the 11th International Conference „State of geomorphological researches in 2010” which will be organized by Department of physical geography and geoecology, Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague. It will take place in the Hrubý Jeseník Mts. from 11. May 2010 to 13. May 2010.
New lectures by prof. Richard D. Crago
AUC Geographica scientific journal
AUC Geographica (Acta Universitatis Carolinae Geographica) is a scholarly academic journal published since 1966 that focuses on actual results of research at wide field of geographical sciences: physical geography and geo-ecology, regional, social, political and economic geography and regional development, cartography and geo-information, demography and geo-demography.
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Jürgen Geist (TU Munich): Stream Restoration: Intuition versus scientific evaluation
Prof. Jan Seibert (Uni Zurich) - Hydroclimatic modeling of the future – an uncertain business
Dangerous lakes in Kyrgyzstan: Ten years of the research
Michal Jeníček: Snowpack variability in mountain catchments: the role of vegetation and topography
Martin Margold: Research and teaching of physical geography in Durham and Stockholm – experience and comparison
Martin Margold from Durham University will give the talk on topic: Research and teaching of physical geography in Durham and Stockholm – experience and comparison
Tomáš Václavík: Mapping global land system archetypes
Tomáš Václavík from UFZ – Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research in Leipzig, Germany will give the talk on topic: Mapping global land system archetypes
Steppe or forest? International pedological research awarded
Barbora Vysloužilová from the Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology was awarded by the Dean’s prize of the Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science for her phd thesis „Steppes ou forêts? Les conditions environnementales de la formation et de ľévolution des chernozems en Europe Centrale”. Her dissertation was made as a joint research (cotutelle) with the University of Strasbourg.
The 13th International Symposium on Geo-disaster Reduction in Prague
The International Consortium on Geo-disasters (ICGdR) together with the Czech scientific community shall be holding the 13th International Symposium on Geo-disaster Reduction in Prague between the 9th and 11th of August 2015. The forthcoming event is an opportunity to bring to­gether geoscientists, engineers and social scientists to collaborate on disaster reduction worldwide.
Michal Jeníček: Influence of seasonal snowpack on summer low flows: a case study from Swiss catchments
Michal Jenicek will give the talk on topic: Influence of seasonal snowpack on summer low flows: a case study from Swiss catchments
Adam Nawrot: How to estimate freshwater balance in the Arctic fjords?
Adam Nawrot (Dpt. of Polar and Marine Research, Geophysical Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences) will give the talk on topic: How to estimate freshwater balance in the Arctic fjords?
Miloš Rydval: Highland lochs and midges: The itchy road to reconstructing Scotland’s temperature from tree rings
Miloš Rydval (Czech University of Life Sciences Prague; University of St Andrews, School of Geography & Geosciences) will give a talk on topic: Highland lochs and midges: The itchy road to reconstructing Scotland’s temperature from tree rings. The talk will take place in March 10, 2016 at 14:50 in room "Věž" (Tower).
Heinz Veit: Paleoclimatic history of mediterranean central Chile, from the coast to the high Andes
Heinz Veit (University of Bern, Institute of Geography) will give a talk on topic: Paleoclimatic history of mediterranean central Chile, from the coast to the high Andes. The talk will take place in April 21, 2016 at 14:50 in room "Věž" (Tower).
Markus Haidn: Historical development of Geohazard mitigation in the Austrian Alps since the 1850s
Markus Haidn (Trumer Schutzbauten GmbH, Austria) will give a talk on topic: Historical development of Geohazard mitigation in the Austrian Alps since the 1850s. The talk will take place in May 5, 2016 at 13:15 in room "Věž" (Tower).
Reginald Hermanns: When does progressive rock slope failure starts?
Reginald Hermanns (Geological Survey of Norway) will give a talk on topic: When does progressive rock slope failure starts? The talk will take place in February 16, 2017 at 10:00 in room "Věž" (Tower).
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Herman Häusler: Remote-sensing based analysis of the 1996 surge of Northern Inylchek Glacier, central Tien Shan, Kyrgyzstan
Herman Häusler (University of Vienna, Faculty of Earth Sciences) will give a talk on topic: Remote-sensing based analysis of the 1996 surge of Northern Inylchek Glacier, central Tien Shan, Kyrgyzstan. The talk will take place in March 16, 2017 at 14:50 in room "Věž" (Tower).
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Kurt Emde: Water and material dynamic in viticultural areas - Impact on the environment, a long term study
Kurt Emde (University of Mainz) will give a talk on topic: Water and material dynamic in viticultural areas - Impact on the environment, a long term study. The talk will take place in May 10, 2018 at 14:50 in room "Věž" (Tower).
Study and research at Physgeo at a glance
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Physical geography colloquium - timetable winter term 2018
Physical geography colloquium - timetable for winter term 2018. Scientific results presented by several guests as well as the overview, progress and results of phd projects are usually presented in the seminar.
April S. Dalton: A highly dynamic Laurentide Ice Sheet prior to the Last Glacial Maximum: key insights from the chronostratigraphic record
April S. Dalton (Durham University) will give a talk on topic: A highly dynamic Laurentide Ice Sheet prior to the Last Glacial Maximum: key insights from the chronostratigraphic record. The talk will take place in October 18, 2018 at 14:00 in room "Věž" (Tower).
Just published: our recent studies
The list of last scientific papers of the Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology.
Lukasz Pawlik: Biomorphodynamics of forested hillslopes
Lukasz Pawlik (University of Silesia, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Sosnowiec & University of Krakow) will give a talk on topic: Biomorphodynamics of forested hillslopes. The talk will take place in November 29, 2018 at 14:00 in room "Věž" (Tower).
Physical geography colloquium - timetable spring term 2019
Physical geography colloquium - timetable for spring term 2019. Scientific results presented by several guests as well as the overview, progress and results of phd projects are usually presented in the seminar.
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G. Florescu: Using fossil charcoal as a fire proxy
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Program Rudolphovy semináře LS 2018/19
Stefan Hecht: Potential of sediment tomography techniques (2D/3D) in geomorphology and geoarchaeology
Stefan Hecht (Heidelberg University) will give a talk on topic: Potential of sediment tomography techniques (2D/3D) in geomorphology and geoarchaeology. The talk will take place in November 7, 2019 at 14:00 in room "Pravá rýsovna".
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