View some of the most celebrated images taken in the Antarctic in an exhibition showcasing the photography of Frank Hurley and Herbert Ponting.
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See a stunning selection of the shortlisted images from this year's Earth Photo competition.
This talk will explore how big data is being used to map and represent human populations: where people live, where they work how they commute, what characteristics they have. It will also provide examples for how these insights feed into disaster management.
Earth's climate is changing rapidly, in some areas temperatures are excalating whilst in others there are intense downpours and storms. Research suggests climate changes may also exacerbate dangers beneath the earth's surface and may trigger earthquakes and volcanoes.
To celebrate UN International Day of Forests, join us at Bath's prestigious Holburne Museum for a talk by Oliver Whaley
A chance to hear members' own stories, talking for 10 minutes about their travels and experiences
In parts of South Devon the Devonian limestones have extensive cave systems which contain a wealth of fossil remains. This near unique record of cave history will be presented in this talk by Professor Malcolm Hart.
Join the South West committee for their annual lecture and dinner. The lecture will discuss four shipwrecks from the Erme Estuary.
Visit to the historic SS Freshsprigs ship which is berthed in Bideford