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Geomorphology and Land-use Dynamics - News


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close-up look of the riverbed in Sugar Creek, IN Predicting changing river landscapes
Released April 30, 2014
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the Himalayas The frozen truth about glaciers, climate change and our future
Released March 14, 2014
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erosional scar at the O'Bryan Ridge University of Illinois study of 2011 flood will lead to better preparedness
Released February 18, 2014
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image of river rocks Penn geophysicist teams with mathematicians to describe how river rocks round
Released February 12, 2014
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Stubby Canyon, Malad Gorge State Park, Idaho Megafloods: What they leave behind
Released December 17, 2013
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image of lion statues Researchers turn to technology to discover a novel way of mapping landscapes
Released October 28, 2013
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earth and environment graphic Could Sandy happen again? Maybe, says Tufts geologist
Released October 17, 2013
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image of an opah, also called a moonfish Mercury levels in Pacific fish likely to rise in coming decades
Released August 25, 2013
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comparison of exhumed delta in sedimentary rocks Evidence For a Martian Ocean
Released July 16, 2013
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Benjamin Horton and colleagues Penn-led Research Maps Historic Sea-level Change on the New Jersey Coastline
Released May 22, 2013
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Benjamin Horton and Andrea Hawkes in the field Penn Research Helps Paint Finer Picture of Massive 1700 Earthquake
Released May 14, 2013
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researchers measure a sediment sample Penn Geologists Quantify, Characterize Sediment Carried by Mississippi Flood to Louisiana's Wetlands
Released February 13, 2013
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Joshua Roering Large, Ancient Landslides Delivered Preferred Upstream Habitats for Coho Salmon
Released February 11, 2013
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image of an ostrich in a field Farm Soil Determines Environmental Fate of Phosphorous
Released December 17, 2012
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a MODIS image from NASA's OceanColor Web A Mississippi River Diversion Helped Build Louisiana Wetlands, Penn Geologists Find
Released October 22, 2012
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Tomasz Stepinski demonstrates LandEx New, Content-based Geographic Map Search Tool Unveiled
Released September 17, 2012
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the Bonnet Carré Spillway in Lousiana Spillways Can Divert Sand From Rivers to Rebuild Wetlands
Released July 24, 2012
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researchers digging a trench Climate Change Led to Collapse of Ancient Indus Civilization, Study Finds
Released May 28, 2012
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Douglas Jerolmack A Push From the Mississippi Kept Deepwater Horizon Oil Slick Off Shore, Penn Research Shows
Released May 10, 2012
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students take a groundwater sample at White Sands Penn Researchers Uncover a Mechanism to Explain Dune Field Patterns
Released February 6, 2012
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two cutoff channels in a bend in the Wabash River Researchers' Chance Viewing of River Cutoff Forming Provides Rare Insight
Released September 21, 2011
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photo of rising seas lapping at a house Salt Marsh Sediments Help Gauge Climate-change-induced Sea-level Rise
Released June 22, 2011
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A foraminifera fossil Penn Researchers Link Fastest Sea-level Rise in 2 Millennia to Increasing Temperatures
Released June 20, 2011
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Algonquin Beaver Dam CCNY-led Interdisciplinary Team Recreates Colonial Hydrology
Released December 20, 2010
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Mauna Kea Ancient Hawaiian Glaciers Reveal Clues to Global Climate Impacts
Released August 4, 2010
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