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February 2010

Dr Andrew Harris, in collaboration with Dr Susan Moore from the Bartlett School of Planning, has been successful in gaining a ‘Bridging the Gaps’ award to run a programme entitled 'Geographical Perspectives on Planning the Sustainable City'. This will dev
Anson MacKay, Tom Davidson and Luca Marazzi at groundbreaking seminar in Botswana
ENFOLD: Explaining, modelliNg, and FOrecasting gLobal Dynamics
Pablo Mateos leads migration strand of UCL CASA-led £2.9 million EPSRC project
Kansas comes to UCL
Barney Warf is this year's Distinguished Visiting Professor in Geography at UCL
Saving the crucian carp
Study by Carl Sayer and Dave Emson leads to conservation protection
Preparations for UN Habitat World Urban Forum 5
Alan Gilbert in Bogotá to discuss Latin American contribution
Unconventional fieldwork with The Office of Experiments
Gail Davies joins artists in tour of sites of scientific and technological importance
"All that is solid melts into air"? The transience of the ‘modern’ city
Richard Dennis’s Inaugural on 18th March discusses hopes and fears of 19th and early 20th Century city life
Landscape and infrastructure in the post-industrial metropolis
Matthew Gandy speaks at Durham Workshop
The hydrological cycle and the bi-polar climate see-saw
Publication in Nature Geoscience of recent research results
Launch of REFRESH and BioFresh
Martin Kernan leads an EU FP7 programme on adapting freshwater ecosystems to climate change as UCL’s lead scientist in a programme to develop a freshwater biodiversity information platform for Europe.
Jurgen Essletzbichler joins editorial boards of key economic geography journals
Drawing on his recent research on regional restructuring and inequality in the US and UK