Not strictly geomorphology, these downloadable resources help students understand issues around flooding and building flood resilient houses.
The British Society for Geomorphology members and geomorphologists around the world have produced educational materials for students, and enthusiasts, of all ages. Below you can find links to some of the freely available resources out there. All links are external content and unless stated the BSG have not been involved in the creation of these resources.
If you have or know of any resources please contact us email@example.com so we may add them to the list.
Flash Flood! by University of Hull
Suppoted by a BSG Outreach Grant, The SeriousGeoGames Lab’s Flash Flood! recreates a real flash flood in virtual reality using real field data, allowing you to witness the wall of water and change to geomorphology first-hand.
Deatils of how to use Flash Flood! at home can be found in the link.
JurassicGirl YouTube Channel
Videos by JurassicGirl (Dr Anjana Khatwa) exploring the rural landscape from the perspective of a BAME person, discussing both the physical landscape and diversity.
Weekly Geomorphology themed seminar series featuring presentations of the latest research by world-leading academics. Watch past presentations and find out more about upcoming ones on the website.
Virtual Glaciers by University of Worcester
Supported by a BSG Outreach Grant, provides virtual field trips of glaciated regions featuring high-resolution 360 photography. The website contains several virtual field trips and lots of supporting resources.