Glacial and Periglacial Geomorphology
Conveners: Gonçalo Vieira, Greg Wiles, Jorge Rabassa, Rosemary Rosemary, PhD Woronko

Glacial and periglacial research have a long history and tradition in geomorphology. Research topics range from paleoenvironmental reconstruction to modelling future landscapes and include the complex field of analysis of contemporary geomorphic dynamics. The past, present, and future of Earth’s cold environments are covered within this session, which brings together scientists from the Poles to the high-altitude Tropics, spanning regions where ice plays, has played, or will play a role in geomorphologic and landscape dynamics. The session aims to showcase and discuss new results of glacial and periglacial research and will accept presentations and posters covering a broad range of topics, from theoretical to process studies, including field observations, mapping, sedimentology, geochronology, cryospheric hazards, novel remote sensing applications, modelling and applied topics.