IAG Network of Young Geomorphologists’ Groups
We are collecting information about Young Geomorphologist Groups associated (formally or informally) with the IAG National Members in order to assist with networking between groups (events between groups) and establishment of new groups. Please contact the webmaster with any additions/edits to the list below.
- Australia and New Zealand, informal early career network with an elected representative on the ANZGG committee. Informal ad hoc meetings with hopes on having specific events at annual conference. 2019 contact Mitchell Baum. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1380160412299422/
- India, Young Geomorphologists Forum constitution established in 2019, President: Dr. Shreya Bandyopadhyay firstname.lastname@example.org and Vice President: Dr. Sayantan Das email@example.com.
- Italy, established group in 2013 with an annual meeting. “Gruppo Giovani Geomorfologi Italiani” – Italian Young Geomorphologists Group. Contact in charge of International relations: Ciro Cerrone firstname.lastname@example.org
- France, yearly YG conference in January “Journée des Jeunes Géologues” and official group being set up.
- Germany, established group “Junge Geomorphologen” who organise an annual meeting and events at EGU. http://akgeom.geo.tum.de/who-we-are/?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/pg/JuGeomorph
- Greece, informal group, 2019 contact Anna Karkani
- Poland, group established in 2019, with yearly workshop organised since 2006. Website: http://sgp.umk.pl/en/young-geomorphologists/ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/YoungGeomo/ and Twitter account: @YoungGeomorphPL Anita Bernatek-Jakiel and Maciej Liro are the national representatives, the group’s email is: email@example.com.
- Romania, recognised group since 2018 with new annual meeting. Email list and facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/romanianyounggeomorphologists/
- Spain, in 2019 Spanish Society of Geomorphology (SEG) approved the creation of the Asociación de Jóvenes Geomorfólogos de España – Spanish Association of Young Geomorphologists. Ángel García-Arnay is the national representative and the group’s email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Switzerland, informal section of the national group with three representatives on the Executive committee with 2 field-based excursions organised per year. https://naturalsciences.ch/organisations/geomorphology/young_academics https://www.facebook.com/groups/SwissYG/
- United Kingdom, established group “Postgraduate Forum” with representative on the Executive Committee and annual week-long workshop in December aimed at training “Windsor Workshop”: https://bsgpostgraduates.wordpress.com/ https://www.facebook.com/bsg.postgraduates https://twitter.com/bsg_postgrads https://www.instagram.com/bsgpostgrads/ email@example.com