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Annual Distinguished Geomorphology and Society Lecture Series

2016:

2015:

  • Darryl Granger - Purdue University, From Landscape Evolution to Human Evolution. 14th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 111th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois April 21-25. Sponsored by Taylor-Francis/Routledge.

2014:

2013:

2012:

2011:

  • David Montgomery - University of Washington, Dirt and the King of Fish. 10th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 107th Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington April 12-16. Sponsored by Taylor-Francis/Routledge.

2010:

2009:

  • James C. Knox - University of Wisconsin-Madison, Flood Geomorphology in the Upper Mississippi Valley. 8th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 105th Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 22-27. Sponsored by Taylor-Francis/Routledge.

2008:

2007:

2006:

  • No talk given.

2005:

2004:

  • Fritz Nelson - University of Delaware, Cold Comfort: Impacts OF Climate Warming in the Permafrost Regions. 4th Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 100th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 14-19. Sponsored by Blackwell.

2003:

  • Richard "Dick" Kesel - Louisiana State University, Geomorphology: Its Role in Policy and Management Decisions on the Mississippi. 3rd Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 99th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana. Sponsored by Blackwell.

2002:

  • Thomas Dunne - University of California-Santa Barbara, Is Geomorphology Ready to Play a Role in Landscape Restoration? 2nd Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 98th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by Blackwell.

2001:

  • Andrew Goudie - Oxford University, Geomorphology and Society. 1st Annual talk given at Association of American Geographers 97th Annual Meeting, New York, New York. Sponsored by Blackwell.

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