Role of Fieldwork in Geomorphology
Mentlík, P., Stacke, V., Pluháčková, M., Rak, P., Vočadlová, K. Role of Fieldwork in Geomorphology. Plzeň, 10.03.2015 - 13.03.2015.
|Druh:||KONFERENCE, WORKSHOP, VÝSTAVA|
|Anglický název:||Role of Fieldwork in Geomorphology|
|Autoři:||Doc. RNDr. Pavel Mentlík Ph.D. , RNDr. Václav Stacke Ph.D. , Mgr. Markéta Pluháčková , Ing. Pavel Rak , RNDr. Klára Vočadlová Ph.D.|
|Abstrakt EN:||15. Czech Association of Geomorphologist's annual international conference focused on the role of fieldwork in geomorphology. The presented contributions dealt with importance and irreplaceability of fieldwork now in the time of extensive use of sophisticated data sources, tools and devices. Traditionally, a broad range of geomorphologic topics was covered by the conference agenda. However, the following key themes underpinned the meeting: I am become death, destroyer of the worlds. – Man as a creator and victim of landscape changes. Once upon a time, there was an ice age. – Glacial and periglacial processes and landforms. Water, water, every where! – Fluvial geomorphosystems on the roof of Europe. We need to go deeper! – Tectonic and structural geomorphology. Yes, how many years can a mountain exist, before it is washed to the sea? – Slope processes and slope-channel coupling. Quo vadis? – Section opened for the geomorphology students and graduates.|