Welcome to the February Digest from the Press Office of the British Society for Geomorphology. Below you will find the latest News, Jobs and Opportunities sent in by our membership over the last month.
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If you’re reading this on the day of posting, you still have a couple of days to get in your applications for BSG Grants. The deadline has been extended the 3 February 2017.
Conference agenda for ANZGG (Australian & New Zealand Geomorphology Group) 2017, New Zealand (6-10 February 2017), available here https://www.ivvy.com/event/ANZGG/ Please contact to see if there is still space for oral and poster abstracts.
The Anthropocene has been proposed as a new interval in geological time, where human influence on the Earth’s surface dominates over natural processes. The BSG’s Anthropocene Working Group has published a State of the Science review paper in ESP&L (shared by Paolo Tarolli) – The geomorphology of the Anthropocene: emergence, status and implications
BSG members may wish to know of the sad news that Prof. Eiju Yatsu died on 15th December aged 96 years. Eiju Yatsu will be best remembered for his influential book 'Rock Control in Geomorphology' of 1966. Subsequently, his 1988 introduction to 'The Nature of Weathering' is still a substantial contribution to the subject. Those interested in the philosophy and practice of geomorphology will appreciate his wide-ranging 'Fantasia in Geomorphology' (2002) (shared by Brian Whalley).
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