Max Furrier

Sessional Lecturer (Term 1)
location_on GEOG 247

Research Area

Education

PhD, Msc, BA, São Paulo University - USP

About

I have studied about Urban and Anthropogenic Geomorphology, aiming to develop a new methodology of geomorphological mapping that may include landscapes, processes and landforms modified and created by anthropic action. I was Visiting Associate Professor at UBC (2019 – 2021) applying knowledge of Urban and Anthropogenic Geomorphology in Latin American metropolises. Topics on Geoheritage, Geodiversity and Geotourism in Latin America were also widely approached.

I am interested in expanding exchanges with Canadian researchers and other nationalities interested in urban geomorphology, anthropogenic geomorphology, geoheritage and geotourism.


Max Furrier

Sessional Lecturer (Term 1)
email
location_on GEOG 247

PhD, Msc, BA, São Paulo University - USP

I have studied about Urban and Anthropogenic Geomorphology, aiming to develop a new methodology of geomorphological mapping that may include landscapes, processes and landforms modified and created by anthropic action. I was Visiting Associate Professor at UBC (2019 - 2021) applying knowledge of Urban and Anthropogenic Geomorphology in Latin American metropolises. Topics on Geoheritage, Geodiversity and Geotourism in Latin America were also widely approached.

I am interested in expanding exchanges with Canadian researchers and other nationalities interested in urban geomorphology, anthropogenic geomorphology, geoheritage and geotourism.

Max Furrier

Sessional Lecturer (Term 1)
email
location_on GEOG 247

PhD, Msc, BA, São Paulo University - USP

I have studied about Urban and Anthropogenic Geomorphology, aiming to develop a new methodology of geomorphological mapping that may include landscapes, processes and landforms modified and created by anthropic action. I was Visiting Associate Professor at UBC (2019 - 2021) applying knowledge of Urban and Anthropogenic Geomorphology in Latin American metropolises. Topics on Geoheritage, Geodiversity and Geotourism in Latin America were also widely approached.

I am interested in expanding exchanges with Canadian researchers and other nationalities interested in urban geomorphology, anthropogenic geomorphology, geoheritage and geotourism.