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Seminar: Review of Selected Inorganic Surface Water Quality Monitoring Practices

Submitted by Professor Ian Foster

A Review of Selected Inorganic Surface Water Quality Monitoring Practices — Do We Really Know What We’re Doing?

P1000768This seminar, hosted by the Department of Environmental and Geographical Sciences, is presented by Professor Art Horowitz, formerly of the United States Geological Survey.  Art is a brilliant speaker and has a lifetime’s experience designing monitoring networks for the US government so the seminar promises to be both interesting and fun.

Date: Monday 18th July

Time: 1pm-3pm

Venue: NW101

If you have any questions about the event or to book a place please contact Ian Foster.

Guest lecture: Endangered sea turtles

Submitted by Professor Jeff Ollerton

1024px-Green_Sea_Turtle_grazing_seagrassOn Thursday 17th March at 11:00 in NW205 there will be a guest lecture by Rowan Byrne, Senior Marine Environmental Scientist at the firm Mott MacDonald, entitled:

“Endangered Sea Turtles, Research, Biodiversity and Infrastructure Projects”.

This is a great opportunity to find out more about the kind of work these companies do and to ask questions about getting a career in conservation and environmental consultancy.

Photo credit: By P.Lindgren (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons