Ajay Limaye leads the Landscape Evolution Group in the Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia. The group investigates the processes that shape planetary surfaces and sedimentary deposits. Our areas inquiry range from Earth’s seafloor to mountain canyons and the surface of Mars.
We welcome inquiries from prospective students and researchers. For more information go here.
Group members are participating in these virtual meetings this fall:
National Association of Black Geoscientists (NABG) Virtual Conference, September 10-11, 2020
American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2020:
- We’ll have two posters in the virtual poster session EP004 – Meandering Flows: Patterns and Processes on Earth and Beyond, all day on Monday, December 7:
- Li, Y., and Limaye, A. B., Testing forecasts for meandering river migration using a rescued dataset of rivers across the continental US, Abstract EP004-0010.
- Kozarek, J., Limaye, A. B., and Arpin, E., 2020, Linking turbulent flow and bank erosion with experiments in a field-scale meandering channel, Abstract EP004-0003.
- Graduate Student Jake Smith will also present research growing out of his time in the NASA Student Airborne Research Program in a virtual poster session on Friday, December 11.