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College of Natural Resources

Center for Geospatial Analytics

Karl uses geospatial analytics to study how landscapes respond to tectonic and climatic forcing, and to decipher distinct topographic, erosional, stratigraphic, and bio-genetic signatures of this forcing. He combines geospatial analysis of topographic data with field-based investigations of Earth surface processes. His interests include the intersections of the fields of geomorphology, active tectonics, and biogeomorphology.

Karl in front of imagery from his research
Karl and his students use remote sensing and data collection in the field to address questions related to landscape evolution.

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