Biota in the seasonal wetlands of southern Africa have developed adaptations to the cyclicity of constraint and opportunity. In this talk, we’ll explore patterns of ‘bumpy’ relief moderated by these biota that are fundamentally important to understanding water and particulate distributions, biogeochemical cycling, and ecosystem structure and function at landscape scale.
You will have been directed here from Microsoft Teams. Please return to the Teams call for the Q&A with Professor Michael Grenfell.
[In-person] The East of England regional committee's end of term and Christmas gathering is a wildlife and natural history study of the Sami people in the Arctic Circle.
7 December 2021
[In-person] Professor Susan Smith's expert insight into the challenges of inequality in housing in the United Kingdom.
22 November 2021
[Online] The talk will highlight small charities working in international development to support the Sustainable Development Goals, in areas such as girl's education, women's economic empowerment, food security and advocacy for safe communities.
18 November 2021
[Online] A lecture on Dr Enns' research on environmental peace and conflict in East Africa, working with youth researchers in northern Kenya.
11 November 2021
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