Research Interests

Joseph R. Desloges    - The influence of rivers, glaciers and humans on landform development:
    - Holocene fluvial and glacial processes in Canada
    (S. Ontario, mountainous regions of BC, and the southern Yukon)
    - Paleohydrology using archives of sediments in floodplains and lake deposits
    - The role of extreme events
    - Urbanization impacts on stream erosion
    - River and floodplain geoarchaeology

Professor, Departments of Geography and Earth Sciences
Principal, Woodsworth College


B.E.S., University of Waterloo, 1980.
M.Sc., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1982.
Ph.D., University of British Columbia, 1987.

Contact Information

Phone: 416-978-3709/ 416-978-5782
Fax: 416-978-3281
E-mail: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Mail:
Rm 205, 119 St. George St.
Woodsworth College
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON
M5S 1A9


Lab:
Rm ES2124, 22 Russell St.
Earth Sciences Centre
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON
M5S 3B1
Phone: 416-978-3709

Geography Crest
Department of Geography and Program Planning



Earth Sciences Crest



Banff National Park

Field work at Chephren Lake, Banff National Park - March 1993