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Mark Naylor’s Blog

Mark Naylor’s Blog

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External Resources

Online seminar series

Many seminar series have now moved online because of the impact of COVID – I will try to add to the list below over time.

Landscapes Live – Landscapes Live is a weekly online seminar series opened to the international scientific community interested in various aspects of geomorphology. Every week, we will post here a link to a Zoom meeting. If you intend to join, have a login that allows you to be fully identified. The talk is every Thursday, starting at 2pm GMT.

Hutton Club Seminar Series – Seminars are usually held on Fridays at 4pm

Source to Sink – Wednesdays & Fridays: London 2:00 pm

NERC Natural Flood Management (NFM) Research Programme Webinar Series – As part of the NERC NFM Research Programme we are running a series of monthly webinars during 2019-2021 to allow NFM researchers and practitioners to share knowledge and experience. Speakers include researchers from the three projects that comprise the programme, Landwise, Protect-NFM and Q-NFM, and representatives from partner organisations including research organisations, government agencies, NGOs and business.
The webinar presentations run between 12:30-13:30, lasting around 45 minutes allowing time for questions and discussion.

  • For a list of upcoming webinars and to register online for your space please click here.
  • Previous webinars can also be viewed online

Cool Python Resources

Fourier Transforms – Have a look at this blog post for some good videos on Fourier Transforms



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