Douglas Clark


Western Washington University

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Website Content Contributions

Activities (2)

Using a GIS to Assess Stream-Channel Migration part of Cutting Edge:GIS and Remote Sensing:Activities2
Douglas Clark, Geology Dept., Western Washington University Summary This lab uses a guided GIS worksheet to help new Geomorph students to investigate a basic problem about rivers: how do channels migrate. Context ...

Build a Delta! part of Cutting Edge:Geomorphology:Activities
This is a 3-part lab that allows new geomorphology students to experience first-hand the scientific method by investigating the processes and results of river-delta formation.

Course (1)

Geomorphology part of Cutting Edge:Course Design:Goals Database
Five-credit (quarter system), junior-level field-oriented course in geomorphology that emphasizes locally observable (and measurable) geomorphic processes: rivers, hillslopes, mass wasting, glaciers.

Other Contribution (1)

An Actively Evolving Glacier Forefield, Mt. Baker, Washington part of Vignettes:Vignette Collection
Douglas Clark Western Washington University Location Continent: North America Country: United States of America State/Province: Washington City/Town: Bellingham UTM coordinates and datum: none Setting Climate ...


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