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Richard Williams
Lecturer, School of Geographical and Earth Sciences
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BSG Geomorphology May 6
Don't forget to join our for their tomorrow night via zoom! All are welcome for a post-conference (or post-lockdown) social. See the details below ⬇️⬇️
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Clàudia Abancó Apr 1
Looking for a post-doc on ? Join our team!
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Richard Williams Feb 7
Let the river erode! What happens in a rural location when bank protection is removed? River diversity increases. Results from funded research with . Free article access
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Rich Boothroyd Nov 16
Great week of with . Real diversity in 🇵🇭 rivers and methods of fieldwork transport
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Richard Williams Nov 14
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Kirstie Fryirs Nov 14
We found a new form of transport on the Philippines short course for site visits on the Bislak River - a Jeepney.
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Kirstie Fryirs Nov 14
We had some great presentations in the field, some local media for and a nice sunset. All part of the short course here in the Philippines.
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Rich Boothroyd Nov 12
We're underway in Vintar for the short course, thinking about fluvial geomorphology and the diversity of rivers in the Philippines 🇵🇭🏞️
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Eilidh Stott Nov 4
New paper published in ESPL, check it out!
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UofGGES 🌍 Jul 8
We`re hiring! Five new permanent positions in the areas of geospatial data science, biogeosciences, human geography and planetary geoscience. Join us in and inspire future . Details:
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Lizzie Dingle 5 Mar 19
New paper on tropical river morphodynamics/sediment/channel migration in the Philippines out now! -->
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cbec UK 8 Mar 19
Great picture taken last week by our survey team at the River Nith whilst doing a full topographic survey of the wetted channel for a student doing a PHD at
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Let’s talk rivers 11 Jan 19
Catchment Susceptibility to Hydrometeorological Events: Sediment Flux and Geomorphic Change as Drivers of Floor Risk in the Philippines Start-up meeting.
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Richard Williams 3 Feb 19
Reminder: this post-doc job opportunity closes on 4 Feb!
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Richard Williams 20 Jan 19
We are seeking a post-doc for a project "Catchment susceptibility to hydrometeorological hazards: sediment flux & geomorphic change as drivers of flood risk in the Philippines" ref E20376
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Georgie Bennett 9 Dec 18
I will soon be advertising a 3 year postdoc to work with me and Adrian Matthews on our exciting new project SCaRP: Simulating Cascading rainfall-triggered landslide hazards in the Philippines. Come find me at AGU if you're interested in hearing more...
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Richard Williams 5 Nov 18
New paper with Geomorphological effectiveness of floods to rework gravel bars: insight from hyperscale topography and hydraulic modelling
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Richard Williams 5 Nov 18
Reminder! This closes on Sunday 11 Nov.
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cbec UK 1 Nov 18
We are delighted to welcome Clare our and back from maternity leave. With Clare's artistic talent and knowledge of , offers a graphic design and illustration option to help to you really visualise a project design.
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Richard Williams 23 Oct 18
We are seeking a post-doc for a project "Catchment susceptibility to hydrometeorological hazards: sediment flux & geomorphic change as drivers of flood risk in the Philippines" ref 023292
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