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Monday 28th April 2014

For all the Dust in China....

Description
Blog on trip to Alxa Arid Lands
Date:
28/04/2014
Thursday 21st November 2013

An abrupt shift in dust source AudioSlides available!

Description
An abrupt shift in dust source on the Chinese Loess Plateau revealed through high sampling resolution OSL dating and heavy mineral analysis
Date:
21/11/2013
Monday 28th October 2013

DUST2014

DUST2014
Description
DUST2014 - Geological Record of Dust. Anna Bird and Thomas Stevens.
Date:
28/10/2013
Thursday 24th October 2013

Article on Abrupt shifts in dust sources has just been accepted!

Description
Abrupt dust source changes in the Chinese Loess Plateau
Date:
24/10/2013
Tuesday 15th October 2013

First Evidence Dust and Sand Deposits in China are Controlled by Rivers

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First evidence that dust and sand deposits in China are controlled by rivers
Date:
15/10/2013
Friday 3rd May 2013

New Chinese Loess heavy mineral paper

Description
Controlling factors on heavy mineral assemblages in Chinese loess and Red Clay
Date:
03/05/2013
Tuesday 22nd January 2013

QSR Paper online now

Description
Genetic linkage between the Yellow River, the Mu Us desert and the Chinese Loess Plateau
Date:
22/01/2013
Thursday 15th November 2012

2012 Fieldwork

2012 Fieldwork
Description
2012 field trip to collect samples from potential dust sources on the Chinese Loess Plateau.
Date:
15/11/2012
Wednesday 9th May 2012

First year geography student wins RGS Fieldwork prize for China research

First year geography student wins RGS Fieldwork prize for China research
Description
Abigail Alderson, currently in her first year studying Geography at Royal Holloway, has won a prestigious fieldwork award from the Royal Geographical Society.
Date:
09/05/2012
Thursday 1st December 2011

New lab is up and ready

New lab is up and ready
Description
New heavy mineral separation lab for Geography Department
Date:
01/12/2011
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