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£500 fieldwork grants available

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Earth & Ocean Sciences
Graduation ceremony

Monday 13th July 2:30pm

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Dianne Edward's paper features in Royal Society 350th celebratory publications 

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New papers accepted for publication

 

 

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Sponsorship agreement for undergraduate placements and Guiding Light

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Response to UK 2013 greenhouse gas emision data

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Concentric scratches caused by fracture and spinning during drilling resolve a climate change controversy 

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REF 2014 results announced 18 December

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Microscopes donated to Maldivian school 

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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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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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Ms Hughes is a PGR in EARTH studying petrogenesis in geologic terranes

06 Jun 2014

On Wednesday, 4 June, Hannah Hughes, a postgraduate researcher in the School of Earth & Ocean Sciences, received the 2014 President's Award of the Geolgical Society of London.

The award, instituted in 1980 by Professor Perce Allen, is conferred upon geoscientists who are within ten years of their first degree in geoscience (or a cognate subject) and who have made a notable early contribution to the science. Citations for the 2014 awards are forthcoming from the Society (via the link above).

Congratulations, Hannah!