Thursday, March 27, 2014

Brown bag seminar

Date: Thursday, April, 3, 2014:  12:30 – 13:30

Place: Techno-Z, GI-lecture room: SC30OG1.107  (Schillerstraße 30, building 14)

Presenter: XIONG Liyang  (PhD student from Nanjing Normal University)
Geomorphometry used in Loess deposition process investigating and loess landform evolution modeling in the Loess Plateau of China. The evolution of loess landforms is largely controlled by the pre-Quaternary underlying bedrock terrain, which is one of the most important factors in understanding the formation mechanism of the landforms.
An underlying terrain was simulated together with its geologic information first. And then the loess deposition process was investigated through the comparison between modern terrain and underlying terrain. Finally, we try to numerically modeling the landform evolution process together with the underlying terrain.

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