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

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New research unveils an 80% reduction in atmospheric carbon monoxide as a result of car emissions policies

New research unveils an 80% reduction in atmospheric carbon monoxide as a result of car emissions policies

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New research published today in Scientific Reports has highlighted the success of automotive technologies and policies in cutting atmospheric carbon monoxide (CO) by 80% within south-east England over the last 18 years. High levels of atmospheric pollutants including carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxides are harmful to human health and are responsible for an estimated 9,500 deaths per year in London
Date:
23/05/2016
Indigenous knowledge could hold key to management of wildfire risk

Indigenous knowledge could hold key to management of wildfire risk

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Fire practices of Indigenous peoples could combat the increasing frequency of devastating fires in tropical forests and savannas, according to research by Royal Holloway geographer Jay Mistry.
Date:
23/05/2016
Fire and mankind - a unique relationship explored

Fire and mankind - a unique relationship explored

Description
Fire has been an important part of the Earth System for over 350 million years, however humans are the only animals to have used and controlled fire. The complex interrelationships between fire and mankind transcend international borders and disciplinary boundaries. The spectre of climate change highlights the need to improve our understanding of these relationships across space and time.
Date:
23/05/2016

Lecturer in Earth Science Resources

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Lecturer in Earth Science Resources
Date:
18/05/2016

 

 


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