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Pedagogic History
Donald Clark has started a blog marathon looking at a history of pedagogic practise. Its a self-selected list and will inevitably not include those you think it could or should..... but if you want to get a flavour and feel for the scope and extent then it makes fascinating reading. And in good academic style, there are plenty of references to follow up on. A must read.

posted on: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 | path: /teaching | permanent link to this entry

Testing 3D landform quantification methods with synthetic drumlins in a real digital elevation model
Hillier, J.K. and Smith, M.J. (2012) Geomorphology Metrics such as height and volume quantifying the 3D morphology of landforms are important observations that re?...

posted on: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 | path: /publications/journals | permanent link to this entry

‘The Physical Landscape of Britain and Northern Ireland’: a project to increase geomorphological awareness
Hooke, J.M. and Smith, M.J. Scottish Geographical Journal A project has been initiated that will produce an interactive website searchable by maps and database terms, aimed at increasing knowledge and awareness of the geodiversity, landforms and processes of Britain and Northern Ireland,....

posted on: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 | path: /publications/journals | permanent link to this entry

Leaves in Near infra-red
During my course on Remote Sensing last year I was trying to drive home to the students that EM radiation is comprised of different wavelengths and that Earth surface features reflect radiation very differently at different wavelengths....

posted on: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 | path: /remote_sensing | permanent link to this entry

Freemind location
I blogged on Freemind, the open source mind mapping software, a few days ago, but wanted to add on to that post....

posted on: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 | path: /computing | permanent link to this entry