Events

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British Society for Geomorphology Annual Conference 25-27 June 2012

Location and date: University of Nottingham 25-27 June 2012
Theme: “Are we putting the model cart before the data horse?” The ongoing debate between the relative importance of data and models is an issue that brings together all branches of Geomorphology and goes to the heart of what we do and why we do it. As with most debate the truth is likely somewhere in between the two end members, but can we focus in on exactly where in between this happy medium lies?

Submissions invited for oral and poster presentations around the 3 broad topics below:
• Data based studies of geomorphic processes and landforms
• Model based studies of geomorphic processes and landforms
• Combined data – model studies

For further details, see the conference web site http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/bsg-2012-annual-conference/index.aspx


West Midland and North West England Freshwater Group meeting 20th April 2012

Location and date: Bolton University on 20th April 2012 (10:00-16:00)
Confirmed speakers :
Dr Adrian Williams (Director - APEM)
Dr Andrew Dean (University of Manchester)
Dr Matthew O'Callaghan (University of Birmingham)
Eric F. Greenwood (Author of Flora of North Lancashire)
Pencilled in:
Professor Rick Battarbee (UCL)

Further info: Sarah Lynch (moc.liamtoh|700_hcnyls#moc.liamtoh|700_hcnyls)


River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference 19-20 April 2012

Location and date: University of Nottingham on 19-20 April 2012
This year this is a two-day event in association with the EU+ LIFE RESTORE project. See http://www.therrc.co.uk/rrc_conferences.php for the latest news and information.
For more information: ku.oc.crreht|crr#ku.oc.crreht|crr


Symposium on Aquatic Invaders 16 April 2012

Location and date: Queen Mary University of London on 16th April 2012 (9.30–17.30)
Morning session: Management and risk assessment of invaders
Afternoon session: Invasive crayfish & crabs in the Thames catchment
Speakers from the Environment Agency, Bournemouth University, WildCRU at Oxford University, the Natural History Museum and the University of London
Cost: Free but spaces are limited!

Email Michelle Jackson (ku.ca.lumq|noskcaj.m#ku.ca.lumq|noskcaj.m) for further details and to register.


River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference Nottingham 2011

Location and date: Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham on 14th April, with an optional site visit on 15th April to a number of interesting sites in Staffordshire to be led by the On Trent Partnership.

Full details of the programme and booking form are available at http://www.therrc.co.uk/rrc_conferences.php. The booking deadline is Friday 1st April.

Guests are welcome to attend the day, the extended day and/or the evening session and discounted places are still available!


Registration for Advances in River Science 2011 now open

Registration for Advances in River Science 2011 is now open and abstracts for oral papers and posters relating to the themes of the workshop are encouraged.

For full details, please visit http://riverscience.wikidot.com/workshop


Workshop announcement

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Advances in River Science 2011 is an international workshop directed towards advancing integrated river and flood risk management. The workshop will focus on the role of sediments and habitat in increasingly complex, dynamic and natural-human hybrid river environments, and aims to (i) demonstrate best practice from around the world in key themed areas, including “Virtual catchments and data”, “River and catchment appraisal, typology and reconnaissance”, “Altered morphodynamics” and “Challenges to integrated management”; and (ii) to provide a forum for early-career researchers and practitioners to discuss ideas and approaches with established international leaders in their respective fields. The final day of the workshop is devoted to the identification of emerging research agendas, and further collaborative funding opportunities. The workshop will be held at Swansea University from 18-21 April 2011 and is sponsored by the UK Flood Risk Management Research Consortium. An outstanding group of keynote speakers, discussants and stakeholder representatives have now been confirmed, including David Maidment (Texas), Adrian McDonald (Leeds), Heye Bogena (Forschungszentrum Jülich), Dov Corenblit (Paris Diderot), David Gilvear (Stirling), Roy Richardson (SEPA), Dave Montgomery (Washington), Paul Bates (Bristol), Marcelo Garcia (Illinois), Jenny Mant (RRC), Hervé Piégay (CNRS), Gary Brierley (Auckland), Kevin Skinner (Atkins), Angela Gurnell (Queen Mary), John Rees (NERC/LWEC), Colin Thorne (Nottingham) and Ainun Nishat (BRAC).

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