Giovani geomorfologi

Presentazione dei Giovani Geomorfologi Svizzeri

Creato durante il congresso annuale della SSGm del 2009 a Olivone (TI), il gruppo dei Giovani Geomorfologi Svizzeri ha l’obiettivo di promuovere, migliorare e scambiare conoscenze geomorfologiche tra giovani ricercatori (studenti Bachelor, Master e di Dottorato, e Post Doc) che operano nel campo della geomorfologia o in campi vicini a essa (per es. pedologia, glaciologia, geologia del Quaternario, ecc.), sotto la lente dell’interdisciplinarietà.

Il gruppo dei Giovani Geomorfologi Svizzera è il promotore di una rete di contatti e dell’organizzazione di attività per giovani ricercatori in geomorfologia. Degli scambi con le società gemelle di altri paesi alpini sono anche previsti. Queste attività sono concepite come una piattaforma di discussione informale, sotto forma di escursioni, incontri scientifici o momenti più ludici. Un ulteriore obiettivo importante è quello di scoprire e far scoprire la diversità geomorfologica della Svizzera.


Young Geomorphologists 2016
Young Geomorphologists 2016

Committee (from left to right)

  • Mario Kummert
  • Elisa Giaccone
  • Daria Schmutz

Underi Trift Tobiger

The Young Geomorphologist's activity 2015 was organized by the Geomorphology and Risk group of the Universty of Berne to the Gelmersee & Triftgebiet (BE) from October 8-9, 2015. They visited the Gelmersee where the were introduced to the geology of the Grimsel region. After an underground visit of the Grimsel reservoir the 15 participants learned more about the current research on debris-flow activies in the Spreitloui near Guttannen. The second day was spent in the Trift region, discussing glacier retreat, geomorphological and geological aspects and in terms of futur hydropower projects in the area, also social and economic topics.
 

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Exkursion_Junge_Geomorphologen_2015

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The excursion organized by the Young Geomorphologists to Grindelwald in the framework of the EGEA Western Regional Congress 2014 took place on May 5, 2014. 21 participants from Switzerland and abroad were informed about geomorphological processes, natural hazards and adaption strategies of an alpine community.


Parc Adula Greina

The Second Meeting of the Young Swiss Geomorphologists took place from 14 to 16 September 2012 in the region of the project Parc Adula (Ticino/Grisons).


The First Meeting of the Young Swiss Geomorphologists was held from 10 to 12 September 2010 in the region of the Regional Natural Park (NRP) Pfyn-Finges (central Valais). During these 3 days, the integrative tool of land management that is a NRP, regional history, landscape management and natural hazards were discussed with local experts. Field trips focused on the periglacial and glacial forms in the wild Turtmann valley, as well as on the torrential system of Illgraben.

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