Co-authored papers featuring Prof Mark Macklin, Head of the School of Geography, University of Lincoln, UK, have been published in a special virtual edition of the British Society for Geomorphology, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.
Entitled, “Stormy Geomorphology: geomorphic contributions in an age of climate extremes“, the research featured covers subjects such as:
- The fundamental role of palaeogeomorphology
- Magnitude and frequency of extremes using multi-method approaches
Prof Macklin specialises in river channel and floodplain responses to climate change, long-term human-river environment interactions, alluvial archaeology, flood-risk assessment, metal mining pollution and its impact on ecosystem and human health, and the hydrological controls of malaria.
You can find out more online.