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National Science Week 2003 - The Science of Geography15th March 2003

National Science Week 2003 - The Science of Geography
15th March 2003

Activities & talks

The diverse world of physical and human geography is brought to life by a series of displays and demonstrations. See the tilting flume (11am & 2pm), sieve for 'gold' (12pm & 3pm), and watch landscapes form before your eyes! (From 1pm onwards).

Time

Activity

People

10.00am

   

10.30am

Talk: Volcano!

David Pyle

11.00am

Fun in the Tilting Flume

Steve Boreham

11.30am

Talk: Coastal Issues

Iris Moller

12 noon

Sieving for gold

Steve Boreham

12.30pm

Spectrometery

A. McGonigle

1.00pm

Rapid Drainage Development Model

Steve Boreham

1.30pm

Talk: Population Issues

Richard Smith and Jim Oeppen

2.00pm

Fun in the Tilting Flume

Steve Boreham

2.30pm

Laser Particle Sizing

Phil Hughes

3.00pm

Sieving for gold

Steve Boreham

3.30pm

Talk: Geography of AIDS

Gerry Kearns

4.00pm

   

Poster displays by department & allied workers

Poster

Person

Exploring the changing landscapes of the past

Will Fletcher, Stijn De Schepper, Maria Papanikolaou

Population Issues

Richard Smith

Coastal Issues

Iris Moller

Tensiometry

Adrian Hayes

There is a time and a place for flooding

Francine Hughes & Rachel Horn

Volcanology

Claire Witham

Antarctica and climate change

Andrew Shepherd

Reindeer in the European Arctic

Fiona Danks

Venice in Peril!

Caroline Fletcher

Unseen Cambridge

Steve Boreham

Murder Mystery

Steve Boreham & Chris Rolfe

Archaeology

Julie Miller

Our Oasis café served refreshments.

Poster Displays by External Bodies