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Making the case for geography

2011 Monica Cole Research Grant recipient Rocio Urruita - Measuring stem respiration at the Alerce Andino siteGeographical work has significant impact: it generates economic benefit, influences government policy and delivery, and improves our overall quality of life.

This series of case studies from the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) all demonstrate where geographical research is having a significant impact.

A range of case studies have been published covering topics including improving river quality, understanding migration, flood management, improving local health and communities, and making our roads safer.

     

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