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Changing the Climate

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March 2017

The training course -> holiday spectrum Scoring system: 1 = hard work, 10 = chilled

Toby Jackson I recently got back from Belize, where I was on a two-week field course learning about tropical tree families. I’d like to share some of my stories and photos from this trip. Also, as I sat down to... Continue Reading →

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Using mythology to inform geology

Isabelle Taylor There are many forms of volcanic activity, from explosive eruptions with clouds of ash and pyroclastic flows, to lava flows which creep over the surrounding landscape. These phenomena shape the lives of communities who live with these threats,... Continue Reading →

Avian migration since Aristotle: How ‘wearable tech’ is shaping our understanding of where birds go

Ashley Sendell - Price Humans have long been aware of the seasonal comings and goings of bird populations. But for centuries much of what was known about where birds went was based on speculation, and thus often lead to conclusions... Continue Reading →

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