Job Opportunity: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Geography and Environment
The School of Geosciences at the University of Aberdeen wishes to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer as part of our ongoing programme to expand the research activities of the Human Geography group where research is centred around the theme of Smart Sustainable Futures. Specifically, Geography and Environment is pursuing an ambitious...
Leading hydrologists warn of climate change monitoring risk
Internationally leading hydrologists have called for action to save experimental monitoring sites that are crucial to understanding the effects of climate change in freshwater environments.
Christopher Martin, Anthro-Arch Phd Student, awarded place at museums studies summer institute
Christopher Martin, a second year PhD student in Anthropology and Archaeology, has won a place on the Otsego Institute Summer Seminar in May 2017 entitled "Beyond Hyridity: Modelling Intercultural Histories and Material Worlds in Native North America".
Water resource experts contribute to March for Science essays
Hydrologists from the School of Geosciences were among a select group of scientists whose work has been included in a series of essays published by The American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Unique partnership helps support Tanzania's oil and gas sector
A unique academic partnership between the University of Aberdeen and the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) is helping to provide support to Tanzania's growing oil and gas industry.
Geosciences welcomes Laura Spina to teaching placement programme
A leading female volcanologist has completed a teaching placement at the University of Aberdeen as part of an initiative that aims to promote gender equality in the University's School of Geosciences.
University of Aberdeen to host workshop on Assessing Ecosystem Services from Marine Protected Areas
On the 20th and 21 of March, the University of Aberdeen will host the 3rd workshop on Assessing Ecosystem Services from Marine Protected Areas. The project is a collaboration between the University of Aberdeen, the University of Hull and the Xiamen University China. The project is funded by the Royal...
Drs Mighall and Philip awarded Honorary Fellowships of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society
Drs Tim Mighall and Lorna Philip were awarded Honorary Fellowships of the RSGS on Monday 6th February in recognition of their contributions to the society and to geography. The awards were presented by the RSGS’s Chief Executive, Mike Robinson, at a meeting of the RSGS Aberdeen members. Tim and Lorna...
Funded PhD Opportunity: Antarctic Palaeo Climate
Applications are now being accepted for a funded PhD on “Climate at the onset of the Antarctic ice-sheet growth: a detailed analysis of ice-buried glacial cirques”. This PhD project will utilise high-resolution surface and subglacial topographic data from the Antarctic Ice Sheet to identify and map glacial cirques beneath the...
Archaeology to Pokemon Go: Upcoming festival explores the social sciences
Archaeology in the Garioch, 'Pokemon GO' and life after a heart transplant are some of the topics that will be explored during the Festival of Social Science at the University of Aberdeen next week (Saturday 5 - Saturday 12).
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