|Kelin Whipple||Arjun Heimsath||Ramón Arrowsmith||Mark Schmeeckle||Enrique Vivoni|
The Earth Surface Processes Seminar (called "Geomorphology Seminar" in the GLG courses list) runs every term, for one unit credit (repeatable any number of times, and we prefer students do enroll) on a different theme each term. Our off-campus meeting time this term will as usual be 7:00pm-9:00pm on Tuesdays.
This semester's theme will be Human Impacts / Impacts on Humans (hazards). This will allow us to tackle topics covering much of the range suggested on the google doc filled out by students - anthropogenic effects, including on speciation, as well as tectonic problems (triggered Earthquakes, subsidence, active tectonics/hazards). This is a very broad theme so we plan to read 3-5 recent papers in clusters on specific topics.
In a typical session we discuss a single research paper or two short ones. One or a pair of students have the charge to lead the discussion each session. Guiding a discussion, pointing out interesting angles to discuss and keeping the discussion on track are the main tasks. Usually this involves leading the group through the paper, but with an aim to highlighting discussion points rather than a report/summary of all points. Sometimes digging up essential background material from previous papers is essential to either understanding of the paper, or for drawing out key discussion points. Determining whether such ancillary material is needed is up to the student leaders. As we move forward we want to get into full discussion and debate mode -- everyone should make a point of saying at least a couple things in each meeting: a question, answer, comment, observation, whatever. We want all voices engaged in the conversation!
We're looking forward to a vibrant set of discussions this semester! Encouragement from Arjun and Ramon.
|Date and location||Discussion Leader(s)||Reading/topic|
|Tuesday, January 22;
Kelin's house, 235 E Dawn Drive Tempe
|Maddy and Wren||Jon D. Pelletier, Jay Quade, Ron J. Goble, Mark S. Aldenderfer; Widespread hillslope gullying on the southeastern Tibetan Plateau: Human or climate-change induced?. GSA Bulletin ; 123 (9-10): 1926-1938. doi: https://doi.org/10.1130/B30266.1|
|Tuesday, January 29;
at Nari's house, 425 E Balboa Dr, Tempe
|Stephanie and Laurence||
Perron, J. T., Kirchner, J. W., & Dietrich, W. E. (2009). Formation of evenly spaced ridges and valleys. Nature, 460(7254), 502-505. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature08174
Whipple, KX. (2009). Landscape texture set to scale. Nature, 460(7254), 468-469. https://doi.org/10.1038/460468a
|Tuesday, February 4;
Kelin's house, 235 E Dawn Drive Tempe
|Joel and Ajay||Tucker, G. E., Arnold, L., Bras, R. L., Flores, H., Istanbulluoglu, E., & Solyom, P. (2006). Headwater channel dynamics in semiarid rangelands, Colorado high plains, USA. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 118(7-8), 959-974. https://doi.org/10.1130/b25928.1|
|Tuesday, February 12; Em's place, 3224 S Kenwood Ln, Tempe||Em and Mariah||
Barnard, P. L., Short, A. D., Harley, M. D., Splinter, K. D., Vitousek, S., Turner, I. L., ...Heathfield, D. K. (2015). Coastal vulnerability across the Pacific dominated by El Nino/Southern Oscillation. Nature Geoscience, 8(10), 801-807. https://doi.org/10.1038/ngeo2539
Barnard, P. L., Hoover, D., Hubbard, D. M., Snyder, A., Ludka, B. C., Allan, J., ...Serafin, K. A. (2017). Extreme oceanographic forcing and coastal response due to the 2015-2016 El Nino. Nature Communications, 8, 14365. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms14365
|Tuesday, February 19; Ian's house 321 E. Aepli Dr. Tempe 85282||Maddy and Zach||
Davidson-Arnott, R. G. D. (2005). Conceptual Model of the Effects of Sea Level Rise on Sandy Coasts. Journal of Coastal Research, 216, 1166-1172. https://doi.org/10.2112/03-0051.1
Bruun, P., 1988. The Bruun Rule of Erosion by sea-level rise: A discussion on large-scale two- and three-dimensional usages. Journal of Coastal Research, 4(4), 627-648. Charlottesville (Virginia). ISSN 0749-02
|Tuesday, February 26;||Canceled|
|Tuesday, March 5;||Spring Break|
|Tuesday, March 12; Arjun's place, 3223 E Mitchell in Phoenix 85018||Nari||Amundson, R., Berhe, A. A., Hopmans, J. W., Olson, C., Sztein, A. E., & Sparks, D. L. (2015). Soil and human security in the 21st century. Science, 348(6235), 1261071-1261071. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1261071|
|Tuesday, March 19; Lorrie's and Grace's house at 3530 S Poplar St, Tempe. *Please park on La Jolla, Oak, or Elm Streets, and not in the cul-de-sac*||Grace and Lorrie|| Montgomery, D. R. (2007). Soil erosion and agricultural sustainability. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104(33), 13268-13272. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.0611508104
Supplementary Information website: https://www.pnas.org/content/104/33/13268/tab-figures-data#ST
|Tuesday, March 26;||Intermission|
|Tuesday, April 2; Kelin's house, 235 E Dawn Drive Tempe||Anna and Wren||
Lal, R. (2004). Soil Carbon Sequestration Impacts on Global Climate Change and Food Security. Science, 304(5677), 1623-1627. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1097396
Van Oost, K., Quine, T. A., Govers, G., De Gryze, S., Six, J., Harden, J. W., ... Merckx, R. (2007). The Impact of Agricultural Soil Erosion on the Global Carbon Cycle.
Science, 318(5850), 626-629. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1145724
Lal, R., Pimentel, D., Van Oost;, K., Six, J., Govers, G., Quine, T., & Gryze, S. D. (2008). Soil Erosion: A Carbon Sink or Source?
Science, 319(5866), 1040-1042. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.319.5866.1040
*Article begins on second page.
Lal, R., Pimentel, D., Van Oost;, K., Six, J., Govers, G., Quine, T., & Gryze, S. D. (2008). Soil Erosion: A Carbon Sink or Source? Science, 319(5866), 1040-1042. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.319.5866.1040 *Article begins on second page.
|Monday, April 8;||Optional seminar at Ian Walker's house, with guest speaker. See email. 321 E Aepli Dr (just S of Broadway and College), 7pm.|
|Tuesday, April 16; Nari's house 425 E Balboa Dr, Tempe||Emily||Wilkinson, B. H., & McElroy, B. J. (2007). The impact of humans on continental erosion and sedimentation. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 119(1-2), 140-156. https://doi.org/10.1130/b25899.1|
|Tuesday, April 23; Arjun's place, 3223 E Mitchell in Phoenix 85018||Laurence||Fuller, I. C., Macklin, M. G., & Richardson, J. M. (2015). The Geography of the Anthropocene in New Zealand: Differential River Catchment Response to Human Impact. Geographical Research, 53(3), 255–269. https://doi.org/10.1111/1745-5871.12121
McWethy, D. B., Whitlock, C., Wilmshurst, J. M., McGlone, M. S., Fromont, M., Li, X., … Cook, E. R. (2010). Rapid landscape transformation in South Island, New Zealand, following initial Polynesian settlement. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(50), 21343–21348. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1011801107
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