This multidisciplinary session will feature periglacial (cold, but unglaciated) regions. Such high-latitude or altitude landscapes warrant attention due to the sensitivity to both paleoclimate and modern climate change impacting both natural processes, flora, fauna, and remote communities. We invite papers focusing on periglacial environments including those relating studies on geomorphology, environmental monitoring, history, socio-economic impacts, and education.If you are interested in participating, please send your abstract and PIN to Kelsey Nyland (email@example.com) or Raven Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org) by October 30th.
|Presenter||Zachary Posnik*, George Washington University, Vera Kuklina, The George Washington University, Nikolay Shikolmanov, The George Washington University, Kelsey Nyland, The George washington University, Land Cover and Land Use Change in the North of Lake Baikal||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Frederick E. Nelson*, Department of Geography and American Geographical Society Library, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Kelsey E. Nyland, Department of Geography, The George Washington University, Early Observations of Cryoplanation Terraces in the Alaska and Yukon Territories||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Kelsey Nyland*, The George Washington University, Frederick Nelson, Northern Michigan University, Geochronology of Cryoplanation Terrace Development in Central Alaska||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Raven Mitchell*, Michigan State University, Frederick E. Nelson, Michigan State University , Kelsey E. Nyland, The George Washington University , Network Analysis of an Alpine Sorted Patterned Ground Field||15||12:00 AM|
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