This week the Swiss Geoscience Meeting will be hosted by the Snow and Avalanche Research SLF and the Platform Geosciences of the Swiss Academy of Sciences in Davos, Switzerland. The meeting offers a great chance to keep in touch with scientists from across the country with broad interdisciplinary interests. This year we’ll be presenting work from an environmentally-driven bedrock fracturing project in Finland, and a project investigating landscape evolution and associated landslide development in the Himalaya of Bhutan. The topics are diverse, but centered around the manner in which slope instabilities develop over time. Our posters will be in Session 7: Geomorphology (P 7.3), and Session 16: Geoscience and Geoinformation (P 16.5) – hope to see you there!
De Palézieux L., Leith K., Loew S., (2017) Incorporation of hillslope morphology into an analysis of river profile development in NW Bhutan, Abstract Volume, 15th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, Davos, 17th – 18th November
Leith, K., Perras, M., Loew, S., (2017) Integration of open-source hardware in a low-power, low-cost system to monitor thermally-driven rock fracturing, Abstract Volume, 15th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, Davos, 17th – 18th November