26 February 2019
Tempest Anderson Hall, The Yorkshire Museum, Museum Gardens, YO1 2FR
Free (donations welcome)
Neil will offer a historical perspective on flooding in York, linking it to flood trends in the UK and in Europe.
Neil is a Reader in the Department of Geography and Planning and the Institute of Risk and Uncertainty at the University of Liverpool. He has undertaken a number of research projects in collaboration with industrial partners and leads a research team of six PhD students and one PDRA working with him, focused on floods, droughts and past weather extremes. He sat on the main committee of British Hydrological Society 2007-13 and led an EU working group on historical floods (eCOST ES0901) and is on the steering group of the recently formed PAGES group exploring palaeo-floods.
Joint event with Yorkshire Philosophical Society and PLACE.
Neil will offer a historical perspective on flooding in York.
26 February 2019
This talk considers the colonisation of residential neighbourhoods by university students and some recent changes in student and developer behaviours which may help to curb the further expansion of studentified residential areas.
5 March 2019
Nicholas Crane, RGS-IBG Immediate Past President will give the 55th Annual Tyneside Geographical Society Lecture.
28 March 2019
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