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Courses: Winter term 2017/18

 

Bachelor Geography:

  • B0: Geomorphic excursion in and around Bonn (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • B1: Introduction to physical geography (lecture) (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • B2: Introduction to physcial geography (seminar) (Dr. J. Blöthe)
  • B11: Sediment dynamics in alpine geomorphic systems (seminar) (A. Schoch)


Master Geography:

  • M1: Natural hazards and geomorphological processes - current research topics
    (Dr. J. Blöthe)
  • M1: Current approaches in geomorphology and natural hazards (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • M3 / M6: Global environmental change and earth surface processes
    (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • M5: Field trip and seminar: The Alps (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • M9: Colloquium for the master thesis (Prof. L. Schrott)

 


UNU-Master "Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security":

  • JM2: Earth System Science (Prof. L. Schrott)


Scientific Colloquium:

  • Thursday 4-6 pm, room: ÜIV
  • Guests are welcome!

 

 

 

Courses: Summer term 2017


Bachelor Geography:

  • B2: Introduction to physical geography (seminar) (Dr. J. Blöthe)
  • B2: Introduction to physical geography (field methods) (A. Schoch)


Master Geography:

  • M5: Field trip and seminar: Argentina (focus: Andes) (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • M9: Colloquium for the master thesis (Prof. L. Schrott)


UNU-Master "Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security":

  • The nature of environmental hazards (Prof. L. Schrott)


Scientific Colloquium:

  • Thursday 4-6 pm, room: ÜIV
  • Guests are welcome!


Courses: Winter term 2016/17


Bachelor Geography:

  • B1: Introduction to physical geography (lecture) (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • B2: Introduction to physical geography (seminar) (Dr. J. Blöthe)
  • B13: Bachelor thesis seminar (Prof. L. Schrott)

 Master Geography:

  • M1: Natural hazards and geomorphological processes - research priorities (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • M1: Modern approaches in geomorphology and natural hazard research (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • M2b: Advanced research methods in geomorphology and natural hazards
    (Dr. J. Blöthe) 
  • M5: Field trip and seminar: Argentina (focus: Andes) (Prof. L. Schrott) 
  • M9: Colloquium for the master thesis (Prof. L. Schrott) 


UNU-Master "Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security":

  • Earth system science (Prof. L. Schrott)


Scientific Colloquium:

  • Thursday 4-6 pm, room: ÜIV
  • Guests are welcome!



Courses: Summer term 2016


Bachelor Geography:

  • Introduction to geomorphic processes in the context of global environmental change (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • Physical Geography (Dr. J. Blöthe)
  • Introduction to GIS applications in Physical Geography (A. Schoch)
  • 1-day field trip: Siebengebirge (Dr. J. Blöthe)
  • Field trip: Hohe Tauern – Geomorphology and natural hazards in the context of global environmental change (Dr. J. Blöthe)
  • Field methods in Physical Geography (A. Schoch)

 

Master Geography:

  • M4: Natural hazards and risks in mountain regions (Prof. L. Schrott)

 

UNU-Master "Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security":

  • The nature of environmental hazards (Prof. L. Schrott)

 

Scientific Colloquium:

  • Thursday 4 - 6 pm, room: ÜIV
  • Guests are welcome!

 

 

 

Courses: Winter term 2015/16

 

Bachelor Geography:

  • Introduction to Physical Geography (lecture), Tuesday,  Thursday 10 - 12 am 
    (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • 3-day field trip: Bonn and surroundings (Dr. J. Blöthe)

 

Master Geography:

  • M1 Geomorphology and natural hazards - current research topics (Dr. J. Blöthe)

 

UNU-Master "Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security":

  • Earth System Science (lecture) (Dr. J. Blöthe)


Scientific Colloquium

  • TopicsPeriglacial geomorphology, landslides, geophysics, geomorphometry
  • Thursday 4 - 6 pm, Room: ÜIII
  • Guests are welcome!

 

Courses: Summer term 2015

 

Bachelor Geography:

  • Field trip: Engadin - natural processes and hazards (A. Schoch)
  • Introduction to Physical Geography (seminar) (Dr. J. Blöthe, K. Eibisch)
  • Introduction to Physical Geography (seminar) (C. Halla, Prof. L. Schrott)

 

Master Geography:

  • Field trip and seminar: Argentina (focus: Andes) (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • Seminar and research project: natural hazards and risks in the Alps (Dr. J. Blöthe, Prof. L. Schrott)

 

UNU-Master "Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security":

  • The Nature of environmental Hazards (Prof. C. Ifejika Speranza, Prof. L. Schrott)


Scientific Colloquium

  • TopicsSediment budgets and sediment dynamics, high mountain permafrost, natural hazards and risks
  • Thursday 4 - 6 pm, Room: ÜII
  • Guests are welcome!

 

Winter term 2014/15:

 

Bachelor Geography:

  • Introduction to Physical Geography (lecture), Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10 - 12 am (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • Seminar BA thesis, monday 8 - 10 am (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • GIS-applications in Physical Geography (A. Schoch)
  • Acquisition and analysis of (large) geo-datasets using open-source software (Dr. J. Blöthe)

 

Master Geography:

  • M1 Orientierungsseminar: Recent research topics in Geomorphology (Prof. L. Schrott, T. Hoffmann und J. Blöthe)
  • M1 Seminar recent research questions: Geomorphology and Global Environmental Change (Prof. L. Schrott)

 

UNU-Master "Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security":

  • Earth System Science (lecture) (Prof. L. Schrott)

 

Scientific Colloquium, research groups Prof. Dikau and Prof. Schott

tuesday 4 - 6 pm, Room: ÜIV

Guests are welcome!

 

Summer term 2014:

 

Bachelor Geography:

  • Introduction to geomorphic processes and natural hazards (seminar), Tuesday 8 - 10 am (Prof. L. Schrott)
  • Field trip: Engadin - natural processes and hazards, 28.07.-04.08.2014 (A. Schoch)
  • Field methods in Physical Geography, 16.06.-20.06.2014 (A. Schoch)

 

Master Geography:

  • Field trip: West- und Ostalpen (Prof. L. Schrott)

 

UNU-Master "Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security":

  • The nature of einvironmental Hazards (Prof. C. Ifejika Speranza and Prof. L. Schrott)

 

Scientific Colloquium, research groups Prof. Dikau and Prof. Schott

Tuesday 4 - 6 pm

Guests are welcome.

 Dates & topics, Scientific Colloquium

 

Winter term 2013/14:

 

Bachelor Geography:

  • Introduction to Physical Geography (lecture), Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10 - 12 am
  • Current topics in Physical Geography (seminar), Wednesday 8 - 10 am
  • Seminar BA thesis, Tuesday 12 am - 2 pm

 

Master Geography:

  • Research topics in Physical Geography (lecture), Thursday 12 am - 2 pm
  • Geomorphic Processes and Global Environmental Change (seminar), Thursday 8 - 10 am

 

UNU-Master "Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security":

  • Earth System Science (lecture), Tuesday 2 - 4 pm

 

Scientific Colloquium, research groups Prof. Dikau and Prof. Schott

Tuesday 4 - 6 pm

Guests are welcome.

 

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