How gaming technology can be used to enhance geographical research
Senior hydrologist and Founder of The SeriousGeoGames Lab, Chris Skinner, talks to us about geomorphology and how gaming technology can be used to enhance geographical research. With a particular focus on the River Humber, Yorkshire.
Featured image: Lidar model © Chris Skinner
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