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April 2009

James Kneale gives evidence before House of Commons Health Committee Inquiry into alcohol
Headline stories disguise long history and wide geographical variations in drinking
Biodiversity of the Okavango Delta, Botswana
ECRC Darwin project provides first quantification of the impact of hydroperiod on aquatic biodiversity in the Okavango Delta
The Architecture of Financial Crisis
Matthew Gandy gains AHRC Award for postgraduate research studentship
The environmental impacts of Athabasca Oil Sands exploitation
Chris Curtis to speak at Canadian Environmental workshop
UCL SECReT
New multidisciplinary PhD programme at UCL
The Geographies of the War on Terror
New book on the geographical analysis of security and insecurity
Protection of marine ecosystems and biodiversity
Peter Jones to advise on design of marine conservation zones
David Lowenthal gives keynote lectures in Wisconsin and New Jersey
Reclaiming the future and reuniting science and the humanities
Pushpa Arabindoo appointed to CABE Enabling Panel
Among new appointments to UK government's advisor on architecture, urban design and public space.
Charlotte to advise leading Poverty Institute
The Brooks World Poverty Institute has invited Dr Charlotte Lemanski to become a Research Associate
Adapting water strategies to global change
Richard Taylor addresses meetings in Copenhagen and Istanbul
National GIS Prizes for UCL
Muhammad Adnan and Alex Singleton gain top awards at GISRUK (2009)
Minimum alcohol price unlikely to deter affluent drinkers
James Kneale comments on Scottish policy proposals
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