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This week marks International Geomorphology Week, which aims to promote geomorphology in all its forms and mobilise the international community of geomorphologists to share their work and expertise.
Geomorphology is the study of landforms, their processes, and sediments at the surface of the Earth (and sometimes on other planets). Understanding how landscapes operate and change is crucial to gaining a full understanding of the Earth system and enabling better environmental management.
Throughout the week, the International Association of Geomorphologists are running a series of regional webinars discussing a range of developments in the space of geomorphology.
We have a range of educational resources, career profiles, and case studies showcasing the longstanding impact and contribution of geomorphology and geomorphologists across research and professional practice.
Follow the Twitter hashtag #IntGeomorphWeek2022 to learn more and share your work and experiences with geomorphology.
We are pleased to announce that nominations for positions on the RGS-IBG Postgraduate Forum Committee for 2022-2023 are now open.
With the time for choosing A Level options approaching, there has never been a better time to encourage your students to choose A Level geography.
The Society, in partnership with Endurance22, have produced a set of educational resources which allow pupils to explore changes in polar exploration from the early 20th century to today, and Antarctica’s unique frozen environment.
A new exhibition, The art of politics: representing environmental challenges in the UK’s overseas territories, is now available for Fellows and members to view in the Director’s Gallery.
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