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REF 2014 results announced 18 December

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2015 PhD studentships available

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Microscopes donated to Maldivian schools 

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New paper published by Kurt J. Marfurt and Tiago M. Alves in Interpretation

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Sign up now for Geochemical Exploration course:  7-9 January

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Dianne Edwards has been elected to be a member of the  Academia Europaea 

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Celebrating excellence

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Link between carbon emissions and damage to marine ecosystems poorly understood

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Anna Mikis fulfils her dream

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A study of the Amazon River basin shows lowland rivers carrying large volumes of sediment meander more than those carrying less sediment.

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Ian Hall speaking at the GW4 launch at the House of Commons.

 

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Lisa Mol has won the 2014 Southern Wales Geological Society Regional Group’s Early Career Geologist Award

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Lucy Taylor, marine geography graduate, wins 2014 best dissertation prize

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EARTH is on Twitter!

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Cardiff Marine Geography ranked first in UK for student satisfaction

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International Studentship

A fully-funded PhD scholarship (fees and stipend) has recently become available in the School for international students.

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Enrolment information for the 2014–2015 academic year

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Congratulations to all our graduates! Pob lwc! (Good luck!)

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Cardiff student? Under 25? Check out this opportunity from the Reardon Smith Nautical Trust and Challenge Wales!

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Dr Huw Davies awarded NERC grant

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Check out the podcasts produced by Kate Walker-Springett with help from Sarah Lee, both postgraduate students in EARTH.

24 Mar 2014

A series of podcasts produced by two postgraduate students in the School of Earth & Ocean Sciences is helping people understand the science behind climate change and its impact on people, resources and ecology.

The project, entitled What everyone should know about climate change, was produced by Kate Walker-Springett with help from Sarah Lee. The project consists of five podcasts, each covering a different aspect of climate change, summarised with a highlights video capturing the key points from the five podcasts.

See the University news release, with links to the podcast, here.