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Shoreline change and sea level rise in Ghana

Dr Sian Davis Vollum

The Muni-Pomadze Ramsar Site, Ghana is a coastal lagoon wetland system with rich biodiversity. It is a placed that has been shaped by climatic change and human activities, such as farming. How is it changing and how will this affect the ecosystem services it has to offer?  We spoke to Dr Sian Davis Vollum, Head of Geoscience at Derby University. Dr Davis Vollum has a particular interest in how sedimentology can be used to understand environmental and climate change. We discussed her research on shoreline change and sea live rise in Ghana.

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