Cornelis (Kees) van der Veen

Professor, Geography
Primary office:
785-864-7725
Lindley Hall, room 203


Research Interests and Current Projects

Dynamics of tidewater glaciers and iceberg calving.
Greenland outlet glaciers:  history and dynamics since the Little Ice Age.
Remote sensing applications for glacial geomorphology.
Sustainability and Earth's resources: the role of population growth.

Courses Taught

GEOG. 531: Topics in Physical Geography: Glaciers & Landscape.
GEOG 556: Geography of the Energy Crisis
ATMO 660: Advanced Dynamic Meteorology


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