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Extensive fieldwork 


Our high quality UK and European fieldwork programme brings our syllabus to life

Extensive fieldwork

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Understanding the impact on climate of snow's reflectance

Understanding the impact on climate of snow's reflectance

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How research by Geoscientists from Royal Holloway at the windblown snow covered Arctic tundra is helping to better understand the reflectance of snow, and monitor changes in it, to understand the impact on the climate.
Date:
06/01/2016
Royal Holloway subject areas ranked among world's best

Royal Holloway subject areas ranked among world's best

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The World's Top 100 subject rankings released by The Times Higher Education have included Royal Holloway in three subject areas, Arts and Humanities, Physical Sciences and Life Sciences.
Date:
20/11/2015

Augustus Love medal of the European Geosciences Union

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Augustus Love medal of the European Geosciences Union for Professor Jason Morgan
Date:
28/10/2015
Scientists develop a new method for predicting volcanic eruptions

Scientists develop a new method for predicting volcanic eruptions

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Researchers from the Department of Earth Sciences at Royal Holloway, University of London, have developed a new method which could more accurately determine the conditions needed for a volcano to erupt.
Date:
28/10/2015

 

 


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