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Is angling a significant pathway for invasive species?

Is angling a significant pathway for invasive species?

Emily’s PhD success in tracing non-native impacts

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Marking World Water Day 2019

Marking World Water Day 2019

UCL-led consortium tackles water and sanitation in urban Africa

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Valuing a geography degree

Valuing a geography degree

New Professor of Real Estate recalls her UCL course

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Plastic pollution is distracting from bigger environmental threats

Plastic pollution is distracting from bigger environmental threats

Peter Jones co-authors plea for more radical initiatives

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Tooting Forgotten?

Tooting Forgotten?

Anpu’s documentary on gentrification in London

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Crime, Livelihoods and Urban Poverty in Nigeria

Crime, Livelihoods and Urban Poverty in Nigeria

Return visit by UCL Geography team to Kaduna

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Freshwater research in Guangzhou

Freshwater research in Guangzhou

Roger Flower invited to new university

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The ‘Great Dying’ of 1492 led to lower CO2 and a cooler planet

The ‘Great Dying’ of 1492 led to lower CO2 and a cooler planet

UCL Geographers show human impact in Americas before the industrial revolution

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Autumn Doctoral research successes

Autumn Doctoral research successes

UCL Geographers complete projects, from London and the Norfolk Broads to Portugal, Peru, Chile and Siberia

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Leverhulme Visiting Professor in UCL Geography

Leverhulme Visiting Professor in UCL Geography

Oren Yiftahel’s research position with DPU

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Lake Baikal: how climate change is threatening the world’s oldest, deepest lake

Lake Baikal: how climate change is threatening the world’s oldest, deepest lake

Sarah’s research shows significant change in past half century

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The Test of Time, 10 years on

The Test of Time, 10 years on

Mirco Musolesi’s award for foreseeing the social impacts of smart phones

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The first International Symposium on Agricultural & Ecological Remote Sensing in Beijing

The first International Symposium on Agricultural & Ecological Remote Sensing in Beijing

UCL Geography team run Postgraduate Training Workshop for 150 students

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Return to Catalonia

Return to Catalonia

First year students introduced to ‘Geography in the Field’

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