Connectivity in Geomorphology
Conveners: Ronald Pöppl, Anthony Parsons, Archimedes Perez Filho, Isabel Paiva

In the past two decades, connectivity has emerged as a relevant conceptual framework for understanding the transfer of water and sediment through landscapes. The concept has had particular success in the fields of fluvial and hillslope geomorphology to better explain rates and patterns of geomorphic change. This session is organized by the IAG Working Group on “Connectivity in Geomorphology”. The specific objectives of this WG are to foster international scientific exchange related to the advancement of the theory of connectivity in geomorphology, method development, and concept implementation (incl. sustainable land and water management applications). We invite a broad range of contributions to the session that will aim to showcase the role of (dis-)connectivity in geomorphology.