HazPresso offers time for discussing project-related questions; presenting new scientific articles; developing hypotheses for research ideas; discussing new projects or cooperations; planning field work; presenting progress in Master and Bachelor theses; introducing new software and tools; strengthening presentation skills, and much more (we're open for suggestions!).
We also warmly welcome input from members in other working groups, departments or institutes. These more informal talks (<30 min) should ideally relate to a topic from natural hazards and/ or geomorphology. If you like to present and discuss your work, regardless of your stage or progress, feel free to contact Georg Veh. We will schedule your talk appropriately.
|Sep 24||Elisabeth Schönfeldt (UP)||Giant slope failures as breeding grounds for earthflows in the Patagonian Andean foreland|
|Oct 01||Lisa Luna (UP)||Why are all the landslides next to roads? Handling observer bias in landslide inventories.|
|Oct 08||Adam Emmer (U Graz)||70 years of lake evolution and glacial lake outburst floods in the Cordillera Blanca (Peru) and implications for the future|
|Oct 15||Stefanie Tofelde (UP)||Self-organization of valley width in alluvial terrace sequences|
|Oct 29||Adam Emmer (U Graz)||70 years of lake evolution and glacial lake outburst floods in the Cordillera Blanca (Peru) and implications for the future|
|Nov 05||Oliver Korup (UP)||Mount St Helens mystery|
|Group discussion||How to review a scientific paper|
Georg Veh (UP)
Global frequency and magnitude of glacier lake outburst floods since 1900