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GRP/ABANDONED BOATS AND IMPACT ON COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS – PROGRAMME UPDATE

“Bridging the gap between science and policy – end of life boats”

Venue:   Huxley foyer & H300 Date:  Friday 5th July 2024 Abstract: A University of Brighton Research & Knowledge Exchange Initiatives funded event, highlighting the recent research undertaken by  Dr Ciocan and her collaborators on GRP (Glass reinforced plastic) contamination of… Continue Reading →

“Science and Policy –Exploring the ways that science can support policy”

Group-CEOBS | General | Microsoft Teams “Science and Policy –Exploring the ways that science can support policy” Professor Paul Monks 3rd May at 10.00-11.00 join via Teams Link Professor Paul Monks is the Chief Scientific Adviser (CSA) for the Department… Continue Reading →

From Clinics to Sludge

Professor James Ebdon James Ebdon — The University of Brighton Dr Diogo Gomes da Silva Diogo Gomes Da Silva — The University of Brighton Read about their visit to Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh (the largest refugee camp in the world) and… Continue Reading →

CEObS /CAE Dissertation Prizes – Erika Nishitani and Jess Saunders

    The students received prizes of Amazon vouchers Erika Nishitani (M.Sc. Geographical Info Systems & Environment Management) “Having submitted my Master’s dissertation, titled “Investigating Change in the Extent and Dynamics of Mangrove Communities in Moreton Bay, Southeast Queensland, Australia,”… Continue Reading →

Andrew Coleman has been elected as Fellow of RTPI

  Andrew Coleman, CEObS Board member and Senior Lecturer on the MSc Town Planning and Chartered Apprenticeship route,  has recently been elected as Fellow of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI). Fellowship is one of the highest professional attainments available to a planner. The… Continue Reading →

Our Research Team in Nepal

Two members of the Centre for Earth Observation Science recently visited Nepal as part of the ongoing GCRF-funded Towards Brown Gold project. Professor James Ebdon and Dr Diogo Gomes da Silva are part of the  Towards Brown Gold research team… Continue Reading →

From raising the global sea level to crushing life on the seafloor – here’s why you should care about icebergs

Dr Lorna Linch has had this article published in the Conversation dated 28 June 2023 – this makes interesting reading

New research by Dr Laura Evenstar has documented how the Andean Mountain chain in South America has uplifted through time

New research by Dr Laura Evenstar has documented how the Andean Mountain chain in South America has uplifted through time. The paper, written in collaboration with Prof. Adrian Hartley from the University of Aberdeen and Prof. Anne Mather from the… Continue Reading →

Earth: Digging Deep in British Art 1781-2022

Earth: Digging Deep in British Art 1781-2022 is a major exhibition spanning four centuries of artwork, at the Royal West of England Academy’s (RWA) newly refurbished galleries this summer. The final instalment of the RWA’s elements series, Earth tackles the… Continue Reading →

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