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Impacts and findings of projects supported

The Society's Grant Recipients produce a wide range of outputs from their fieldwork and research projects. These are both academic - in the form of papers, scientific publications and academic lectures - as well as talks and exhibits that reach a wider public audience.

Details on many of the projects and their findings can be found on the Expeditions Database. Or view some of the videos and audio slidehsows of projects supported.

The following are examples to show the breadth of impacts across the Society's grants programme:

Journey of a Lifetime recipient Will Millard packrafts through West Africa's Peace Park

A radio broadcast »

Journey of a Lifetime award recipient Will Millard recorded a BBC Radio 4 documentary about his journey by packraft through West Africa's Peace Park, which aired in September 2013.

Ralph Brown Expedition Award recipient Helen Findlay travelled to the Arctic to study ocean acidification

Monday night lecture »

Ralph Brown Expedition Award recipient Helen Findlay studied ocean acidification in the Canadian Arctic. Helen delivered a lecture on her research at the Society.

Neville Shulman Challenge Award recipient Nick Danziger - exhibition on the Millennium Development Goals

An exhibition »

Neville Shulman Challenge Award recipient Nick Danziger produced a photographic exhibition on the impact of the Millennium Development Goals.

Geographical Fieldwork Grant recipients from Royal Holloway University carried out a community mapping project in Ugunja, Kenya

A magazine feature »

Geographical Fieldwork Grant recipients from Royal Holloway, wrote a feature for Geographical magazine on their community mapping project in Ugunja, Western Kenya.

RGS-IBG Postgraduate Research Award recipient Ralitsa Hiteva studied energy security in EU countries

Educational resources »

RGS-IBG Postgraduate Research Award recipient Ralitsa Hiteva linked up with a geography teacher to produce resources for the classroom based on Ralitsa's project on Energy Security.

Gilchrist Fieldwork Award recipient Professor Andrew Warren carried out fieldwork in the 'dustiest place on earth', northern Chad

Research and Higher Education »

Academic outputs from projects supported include lectures and journal papers. Read more about how the Society supports geographical research through a wide range of activities.

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