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Image: Top - Sand seas and dune fields © Giles Wiggs. Bottom - Drying out in Mexico - Hoya La Alberca in 1972, 1997, 2003 and 2006 © Sarah Metcalfe et al.Since 1830, we have been advancing geography through the generation of new knowledge through grants, field programmes, publications of scholarly journals and books, and conferences and workshops.

As part of this work, between 2005 and 2010, the Society supported the following six innovative research projects that contributed directly to the theme ‘Geographical Perspectives on Global Change’ to pump prime larger-scale research activity.

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