INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON GEOMORPHOLOGY (UJES 2017)
In the field of geomorphology new research methods are applied every day in the world and in Turkey and many scientific studies are being done. The first of the traditional National Geomorphology Symposiums in Turkey held every two years was held in Çanakkale 18 March University in 2008, Afyon Kocatepe University in 2010, the third in Hatay Mustafa Kemal University in 2012 and the Ondokuz Mayıs University in Samsun in 2015.
The Geomorphology Symposium to be held in 2017 will be held in Elazığ Fırat University on 12-14 October 2017. Geomorphology Association in cooperation with Elazığ Firat University Geography Department will be hosting "International Geomorphology Symposium"
We have made the national symposiums that we will organize as the Geography Department and Geomorphology Association of Fırat University one step further and internationalized. You can follow the announcements about the International Geomorphological Symposium (UJES 2017) on the website www.ujes.org.
The notifications presented at the symposium will be published in the "Proceedings" booklet. Symposium presentation language is Turkish and English.
The symposium aims to bring together all national and international scientists and practitioners who are interested in geomorphology and who contribute to the development and spread of geomorphology. We would like to thank you beforehand for your contributions and contributions for your participation.
We will be honored by your participation to "International Geomorphology Symposium" in "Shining Star in Science East, Education - Civilization and Peaceful City" Elazığ.
Prof. Dr. Hüseyin TUROĞLU (Chairman of the Geomorphology Association) Prof. Dr. Saadettin TONBUL (Chairman of F.U. Department of Geography)
Prof. Dr. A. Evren ERGİNAL (Head of International Organization Arrangement)
Ardahan University, Faculty of Humanities and Letters, Department of Geography, Ardahan / TURKEY
Phone: 0 534 926 47 84
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