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Seminars are the 4th Tuesday of every month at 12pm CT, unless otherwise specified.
We have a few speakers lined up to give seminars, but it would be great to include other formats such as topical discussions or panel Q&A sessions. If you are interested in giving a seminar, have a topic you'd like to discuss with other USGS geomorphologists, or any other idea for a meeting, contact Jess LeRoy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
January 25, 2022: Faith Fitzpatrick
February 22, 2022: Pete McCarthy (StreamStats)
March 22, 2022: Paul Grams
April 26, 2022: Kathryn Smith (Lateral shoreline erosion and shore-proximal sediment deposition on a coastal marsh from seasonal, storm and decadal measurements)
If you have a topic you'd like to discuss with other USGS geomorphologists or any other idea for a meeting, the Geomorphology Focus Group is here for you! Contact Jess LeRoy(email@example.com) to organize a call.
Many USGS geomorphologists are working on some aspect of channel morphology. These meetings will discuss how the USGS can develop a national channel morphology dataset. Notes from these meetings are at the button below.
Five calls were held from Aug 2019 to Feb 2020 to discuss projects using topographic data to assess geomorphic features and change. Notes from these meetings are at the button below.
Point of Contact: Pete McCarthy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To join the ETWG Geomorphology focus group mailing list, visit https://listserv.usgs.gov/mailman/listinfo/cdi-geomorph and fill out the "Subscribing to CDI-Geomorph" section.
Members can use the mailing list for to communicate with a wide audience of geomorphologists in the USGS about topics like seminars, job postings, funding opportunities, data calls, questions etc.
The Geomorphology Focus Group is supported by the WMA National Hydrologic Geospatial (NHGF) project (link accessible to DOI).