Paleoenvironmental Change

 

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Mission
The purpose of the group is to carry out the of the AAG with a specific emphasis on Pleistocene and Holocene environmental change; to facilitate better communication among practitioners of the study of past landscapes, climates, ecologies, cultures, and their interrelationships; and to foster a greater spirit of collaboration among those geographers working on topics related to long-term (decadal to millennial-scale) environmental change, both natural and anthropogenic.

Dues
Regular: $10
Student: $2

Chair
Timothy Beach
University of Texas, Austin
Department of Geography and Environment
305 E. 23rd Street • CLA 3.306 • A3100
Austin, TX 78712
email: beacht@austin.utexas.edu

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Announcements

  • AAG Opening Day in Boston: Physical Geography Symposium

    Please come to the Keynote Session of the 2017 Physical Geography Symposium: 

    Human Environmental Interactions and the Legacy of Karl Butzer in Physical Geography and Beyond


    Wednesday, 4/5/2017, from 4:40 PM - 6:20 PM in Room 302, Hynes Convention Center, Third Level

    Plenary, 15 min: Sheryl Luzzadder-Beach:

    The Legacy of Karl Butzer in Physical Geography and Beyond

    Keynote, 45 min: C Neil Roberts: 

    Good, bad or ugly? Human transformation of the Mediterranean world

    Plenary, 15 min: B. L. Turner II:

    Reflections on Karl W. Butzer's Cultural Ecology

    Organizers:
    Timothy Beach
    Tripti Bhattacharya
    Carlos E. Cordova