19:00 - 13:30, 21 - 26 July 2013
Recent advances in physical geography place geographers in a unique position to answer many of the world’s problems, such as: how rivers work at a range of scales and the impact water resources have on surrounding ecosystems (including humans); how changes in climate can affect carbon budgets from soils, lakes and other sedimentary archives; and how environmental change (both natural and human-driven) influences landscape evolution and can affect ecosystem services.
|Speakers:||Dr Ellie Biggs |
Professor Steve Darby
Dr Gareth Roberts
Dr Chris Hackney