Please join us on January 16 12:30 – 1:45 pm in GEOG room 229 for a colloquium with Leonora King, Lucy MacKenzie, Marc Tadaki, Sara Cannon, Kiely McFarlane, Dave Reid, and Michele Koppes.
Leonora King is a PhD candidate in Geography at UBC studying surface hydrology of the Greenland ice sheet.
Lucy MacKenzie is a PhD candidate in Geography at UBC studying the effects of large floods in steep gravel-bed channels.
Marc Tadaki is a PhD candidate in Geography at UBC studying water policy and the scientific construction of environmental problems.
Sara Cannon is a PhD student in Geography at UBC studying coral reef ecology and resilience in the central Pacific.
Kiely McFarlane is a PhD candidate in IRES at UBC studying the processes and outcomes of water law reform in British Columbia.
Dave Reid is a PhD candidate in Geography at UBC studying sediment transport and channel morphology in mountain streams.
Michele Koppes is an Associate Professor of Geography at UBC with a passion for forensic geomorphology: the art of reading landscapes to decipher the forces that shaped them.
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