Poster Programme GM2.3

GM2.3

Complex systems research in Geomorphology – Concepts, methods and application
Convener: Margreth Keiler  | Co-Convener: stephan harrison 
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 04 May, 10:30–12:00  / Hall XL

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 4 May 2010, 10:30–12:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: Margreth Keiler, Stephan Harrison
XL49 EGU2010-9747
BTW: What does "far from equilibrium" mean? (withdrawn)
Kirsten v. Elverfeldt

XL50
EGU2010-7380
Fitting power-law distributions to geomorphological frequency-magnitude data: a good fingerprint for self-organised criticality?
Chris Eadie and Dave Favis-Mortlock

XL51
EGU2010-3039
Modelling complex geomorphic systems: the example of fluvial obstacle marks
Thomas Euler

XL52
EGU2010-10805
Desert Stone Mantles: Quantification and Significance of Self-Organisation
David Higgitt and Nick Rosser

XL53
EGU2010-12630
Emergence, reductionism and landscape response to climate change
stephan harrison and tim mighall

XL54
EGU2010-7820
Self-Organized Criticality in River Basins: Challenging Sedimentary Records of Environmental Change
Tom Coulthard and Marco Van De Wiel

XL55
EGU2010-7427
Towards real-world application of the RillGrow model, at last? Advantages and disadvantages of modelling soil erosion by water as a self-organizing system
David Favis-Mortlock

XL56
EGU2010-7065
Early-warning signals for catastrophic soil degradation
Derek Karssenberg

XL57
EGU2010-10621
Impacts of dams on the geomorphodynamics of fluvial systems - Complex system response?
Ronald E. Pöppl, Margreth Keiler, and Thomas Glade

XL58
EGU2010-12728
The emergence of a complex (high-relief) landscape in a simple physical experiment
Liam Reinhardt and Michael Ellis

XL59
EGU2010-5846
Orographic barriers GIS-based definition of the Campania-Lucanian Apennine Range (Southern Italy)
Albina Cuomo and Domenico Guida