New project of Czech Science Foundation5.12.2014
Members of Lab and DPGG received 3-year project from Czech Science Foundation: 15-02067S Optimalization of dendrogeomorphic methods in landslide research. Dendrolab is leader of this project. Project starts at 1. 1. 2015.
dendroman.cz on Facebook11.10.2014
News from the dendrolab activities are now on Facebook.
Field excursion 201430.4.2014
Field excursion from Dendrogeomorphology was realised 28.4. Photogalery here.
The first czech textbook on dendrogeomorphology25.9.2013
Šilhán, K., (2013): Basics of dendrogeomorphology. KFGG, 114 p.
Interested persons can buy it on secretariat of department of physical geography and geoecology or here.
New web pages17.9.2013
New web pages of dendrolab start. Enjoy.
New fieldworks were realized in the Crimean Mountains. Research was focused on gully erosion and activity of snow avalanches (photogalery).
Received project from Czech Science Foundation23.1.2013
Members of DPGG receive 4-year project from Czech Science Foundation: GA13-15123S Spatiotemporal variability of deep seated slope deformations in the Tatra Mountains (the Western Carpathians). Dendrolab will participate on this project. Project starts at 1. 2. 2013.
Received project from Czech Science Foundation24.10.2011
Members of DPGG receive 4-year project from Czech Science Foundation: GAP209/12/0317 Late Quaternary evolution of the complex gravitational slope deformations on the southern slopes of the Crimean Mountains (Ukraine). Dendrolab will significantly participate on this project. Project starts at 1. 1. 2012.
Members of Lab and DPGG realized field dendrogeomorphic research on southern slopes of Crimean Mountains close to Yalta town. Research was focused on debris flow activity (photogalery).
Field reconnaissance of western Anatolia ready8.4.2011
Field reconnaissance of new areas suitable for dendrogeomorphic research in western Turkey was finished (photogalery).