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Opportunity profile: Shedding light on Earth’s surface

The British Society of Geomorphology awards £50,000 a year in the form of various grants of up to £5,000. Daniel Parsons, chairman of the society’s research committee, explained the grants landscape to Amanda Stringfellow.

The British Society of Geomorphology brings together people who study the science of the origin and development of land forms—such as hills, deltas, valleys, river floodplains, deserts, caves—and how those features combine to form landscapes.

Its membership includes university academics and those working in environment agencies and environmental industries. “Understanding how landscapes operate and change is a crucial part of gaining a full understanding of the Earth system and enabling better environmental management,” says Daniel Parsons, who leads the society’s research committee.

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