Hear from the Society's grant recipients as they recount how they conducted their research, and reflect on the highlights of the trip and what they will take away from the experience.
In 2019, a team of undergraduate students from the University of Exeter spent six weeks in Madagascar collaborating with local researchers to conduct the first preliminary biodiversity surveys of the Iaroka Forest in Eastern Madagascar.
In 2019, a team of undergraduate students from Newcastle University spent three weeks in the Eastern Sayan Mountains, Siberia, working alongside local collaborators to collect key data to help reconstruct the past climate of the region.
In 2019, PhD student Silvia Hassouna from Aberystwyth University explored environmental and artistic approaches to the preservation of cultural heritage from loss and expropriation in the West Bank.
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