Leonard Sklar

Earth & Climate Sciences (formally Geosciences)

San Francisco State University

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Activities (3)

Observing, describing and measuring landscape attributes part of Geomorphology:Activities
Students work in groups, examining three different representations of earth surface topography: a raised relief map, a topographic map, and stereo pairs of aerial photographs.

Fluvial Processes Project - Analysis of Redwood Creek Field Data part of Geomorphology:Activities
This exercise is intended to give student experience using field data they collected to analyze the fluvial processes that occur in Redwood Creek, and the landforms that result.

Flume Hydraulics and Sediment Transport Lab part of Geomorphology:Activities
This exercise is intended to help link the observations of water and sediment motion that student made in the laboratory flume with the theory discussed in lecture.

Course (1)

Geomorphology part of Course Design:Goals Database
earth surface processes with focus on fluvial and hillslope processes