Welcome to The Hutton Club, the University of Edinburgh's seminar and discussion series for earth surface processes and physical geography.
Our speakers come from both Edinburgh and further afield. If you would be interested in coming to speak, or would like to meet one of our speakers prior to a talk, please get in touch.
Seminars are usually held on Fridays at 4pm in the Old Library, Institute of Geography, Drummond Street. All are welcome and free refreshments are provided!
We coordinate our seminars with the EEO-AGI seminar series where possible to provide a single seminar most Friday afternoons.
Controls on the kinematics of slow-moving landslides from satellite radar interferometry and mechanical modeling
Flow speed within the Antarctic ice sheet and its controls inferred from satellite observations
Testing hypotheses of the Last Glacial Maximum glaciation of Iceland using relative sea-level data and glacio-isostatic adjustment modelling
Dating ice rise formation in the Ronne Ice Shelf, West Antarctica, using ice-penetrating radars
The last ice sheet in Scotland: facts and speculative discussion
Canyon believe it? The role of waterfalls and extreme events in bedrock erosion
Hydrological controls on Greenland Ice Sheet motion
Shifting Sediment Sources in the World's Longest River: A Strontium Isotope Record for the Holocene Nile
The Paris Climate Agreement - grounds for optimism, or for grim foreboding?
Rapid base-level change and fluvial systems: cause and effect
Pollen, palynologists, people - glorious past, what of the future?
Please contact Donald Slater or Damon Davies if you have a visitor who would like to give a talk during the coming autumn or next spring.