Human-Landscape interaction in the Anthropocene

 Session GM4.1 at EGU2015 (Wien, 12 April - 17 April 2015)

The session is sponsored by the BSG (British Society for Geomorphology)

The purpose of this session is to stimulate the debate on human-landscape interactions, by presenting the state of the art of this research field, and by underlining potential future directions. The session particularly invites recent work on new advances on the quantification of time-lags of responses, feedback mechanisms, and threshold behavior in human-landscape interactions. We welcome studies on the quantification of human disturbances from a wide range of technological applications such as remote sensing for Earth surveys, empirical and modeling approaches, and geochemical tracing techniques in soils and sediments. Early stage researchers are strongly encouraged to present their research. 

INVITED TALK Dr. Anne Chin - University of Colorado Denver: "Feedbacks in human-landscape systems"

A full description of the session can be found at

Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts: 07 January 2015 at 13:00 CET