I am a quantitative geomorphologist interested in the processes that shape Earth's surface and how Earth's dynamic landscape influences life. My PhD research focused on how river channels and river networks respond to external forcing, how river basins form and evolve, and how drainage area exchange between river basins can shape landscapes. In October 2019 I started as a postdoctoral researcher in Sean Willett's Earth Surface Dynamics group at ETH Zürich, where I am working on a collaborative, interdisciplinary project  tackling why mountain belts host high biodiversity. 

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Helen W. Beeson
Geological Institute
ETH Zürich
NO E61 Sonneggstrasse 5
8092 Zürich, Switzerland
hwbeeson at gmail
helen.beeson at erdw.ethz.ch
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