Excursions (confirmed)

Multi-day pre-conference field trips

  • Cape Vert – Fogo Island (Volcanism; Natural Hazards)
    Leaders: Vera Alfama, Sónia Victória, José Maria Semedo, Sílvia Monteiro, Romualdo Correia
  • Azores Islands (Volcanism; Geoheritage)
    Leaders: Rui Tiago F. Marques, Paulo A.P. Amaral
  • Gerês Mountains (Geomorphological Landscapes; Geoheritage)
    Leaders: António Vieira, António Bento Gonçalves
  • Schist Mountains of Central Portugal (Structural Geomorphology; Slope Instability; Natural Hazards)
    Leaders: Luciano Lourenço, Bruno Martins

One-day mid-conference field trips (Wednesday, 14 September)

  • Serra da Estrela (Glacial and Periglacial Geomorphology; Geoheritage)
    Leaders: Gonçalo Vieira, Emanuel de Castro, Hugo Gomes
  • Arouca Geopark (Geoheritage; Geopark). Geomorphosites of the Arouca UNESCO Global Geopark – Geomorphology fosters local sustainable development
    Leaders: Artur Sá, António Rochette, António Vieira, Daniela Rocha
  • Littoral and Bairrada (Coastal Dynamics; Coastal Erosion and Hazards)
    Leaders: António Campar de Almeida, Pedro Dinis
  • Limestone Massifs of Central Portugal (Karst and Paleokarst)
    Leaders: Maria Luísa Rodrigues, Virgínia Teles
  • Coimbra City (Cultural Geomorphology) – Multiple tours/multiple topics
    Leaders: Department of Geography and Tourism – FLUC

Multi-day post-conference field trips

  • Alentejan and Algarve coasts (Coastal Erosion and Hazards)
    Leader: Ana Ramos Pereira
  • Minho (Portugal) and Galicia (Spain) Regions (Coastal Dynamics; Coastal Hazards; Coastal Zone Management)
    Leaders: Alberto Gomes, Augusto Pérez Alberti
  • Serra da Estrela (Glacial and Periglacial Geomorphology; Geoheritage)
    Leaders: Gonçalo Vieira, Emanuel de Castro, Fábio Loureiro
  • Lisbon Region (Structural Geomorphology, Slope Instability, Coastal Dynamics, Natural Hazards)
    Leaders: José Luís Zêzere, Ricardo Garcia, Sérgio Oliveira, Jorge Trindade, César Andrade