Yale University Lecture Series to feature Prof Macklin

Head of School of Geography and Director of the Lincoln Centre for Water and Planetary Health, Professor Mark Macklin, has been invited to deliver a talk at Yale University as part of the Yale Nile Initiative Lecture Series on Monday 16th April 2018. 

Prof Macklin’s talk is entitled, “When the Nile ran dry: human responses to rapid Holocene hydrological change in upper Nubia”.

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Prof Edward Hanna to Receive Excellence Award from Royal Meteorological Society

We’re delighted to announce that our School’s Professor in Climate Science and Meteorology and Royal Meteorological Society Fellow, Edward Hanna, will be receiving the International Journal of Climatology Editor’s Award from the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS).

The awards ceremony, which celebrates the Awards and Prize Winners for 2017, will take place on Wednesday 16th May 2018 at the Society’s Annual General Meeting in London.

Prof Hanna on a previous trip to Greenland in 2012

Highly revered across the international community, the Society’s annual awards are a celebration of Fellows’ work and commitment to the Society.

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First year students showcase GIS presentations

We’d like to congratulate our first year students who recently showcased their excellent presentations as part of their GIS module.

More than 120 case studies were presented, which highlighted the use of spatial data in DSTs (Decision Support Tools), various distributed models and big data platforms.

A very big congratulations to all who presented!

A few snapshots from the presentations can be seen below.

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