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Decadal-Scale Variations of Thalweg Morphology and Riffle–Pool Sequences in Response to Flow Regulation in the Lowermost Mississippi River

Published: Jun 5th, 2019

MOSSA and WU – Decadal-Scale Variations of Thalweg Morphology and Riffle–Pool Sequences in Response to Flow Regulation in the Lowermost Mississippi River Chia-Yu Wu and Joann Mossa Article first published… Read More

Geo3930 – Geo6938 Extreme Droughts & Water Wars Fall 2019

Published: Mar 29th, 2019

Geo3930 – Geo6938 Extreme Droughts & Water Wars Fall 2019 Examines water resources and the physical, social and economic consequences when the quantity or quality of water is limited and/or… Read More

Geo3341 Extreme Floods – Geo6348 Floods Seminar Fall 2019

Published: Mar 29th, 2019

Geo3341 Extreme Floods – Geo6348 Floods Seminar Fall 2019 Examines the world’s most extreme floods from the Pleistocene through present due to various causes.  Discusses physical and human aspects of… Read More

Dr. Joann Mossa receives R.J. Russell Award!

Published: Apr 14th, 2018

UF Geography would like to share the exciting news of Dr. Joann Mossa being awarded the R.J. Russell Award from the Coastal and Marine Specialty group, of which Dr. Heidi… Read More

UFGeog at AAG 2018

Published: Mar 16th, 2018

The UF Geography Department is sending a large contingent to New Orleans for the 2018 meeting of the American Association of Geographers Find out where you can see a GeoGator… Read More

Floating fish camps on the Apalachicola River, Florida: Increases and Implications

Floating fish camps on the Apalachicola River, Florida: Increases and Implications

Published: Feb 9th, 2018

CHEN, MOSSA – Floating fish camps on the Apalachicola River, Florida: Increases and Implications Joann Mossa, Yin-Hsuen Chen Article first published online: 09 FEB 2018 The Florida Geographer ABSTRACT: Peoples… Read More

Dr. Matyas and Dr. Mossa on Hurricane Irma

Published: Sep 20th, 2017

Geography’s Dr. Corene Matyas and Dr. Joann Mossa recently spoke to several new outlets about the cause and result of Hurricane Irma. 9/7 Dr. Corene Matyas explains the mechanics of… Read More

Geography Colloquium: Geomorphic Impacts and Restoration Opportunities, Apalachicola River

Published: Sep 18th, 2017

Geomorphic Impacts and Restoration Opportunities, Apalachicola River Speaker: Dr. Joann Mossa Professor, Department of Geography, University of Florida Thursday, September 21, 2017 3:00-3:50 PM (Period 8) Turlington Hall Room 3012… Read More

Anthropogenic landforms and sediments from dredging and disposing sand along the Apalachicola River and its floodplain

Published: Mar 12th, 2017

CHEN, MOSSA, WU – Anthropogenic landforms and sediments from dredging and disposing sand along the Apalachicola River and its floodplain Joann Mossa, Yin-Hsuen Chen, Scott P. Walls, G. Mathias Kondolf,… Read More

Spring Course: GEO4281/GEO6262 River Forms & Process

Published: Nov 4th, 2016

Discusses hydrology, landforms, hazards, and human impacts in rivers. Major topics: drainage basins, channel hydrology, sediments and sedimentary deposits, channel form, and channel changes. Relevance: related to environmental management, earth… Read More