Seminars and Events in the School

 

Oceans Seminar Series - Pascal Salaun

Date: 19th November 2018
Venue: Nicholson Teaching Studio, Room 101, Nicholson Building

Abstract to follow

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Potential space? Play, parents and streets

Date: 20th November 2018
Venue: University of Liverpool, Roxby Building, 6th Floor, Geographical Information Centre.

In the last 10 years, the playing out movement has promoted the development of temporary residential street closures to allow neighbours to regularly and safely meet and play; starting in Bristol, the initiative has now spread to over 600 streets in around 70 different UK towns and cities.

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Understanding environmental drivers of jellyfish blooms: The importance of temperature on the polyp stage of the cnidarian life cycle

Date: 22nd November 2018
Venue: University of Liverpool, Brodie Tower, Room 106 Brodie Tower

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Oceans Seminar Series - Katsumi Matsumoto (Minnesota/Oxford)

Date: 26th November 2018
Venue: Nicholson Teaching Studio, Room 101, Nicholson Building

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University of Liverpool in London Announces A-Level Masterclass in Regeneration

Date: 27th November 2018
Venue: University of Liverpool in London, 33 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1BB

The Department of Geography & Planning welcomes you to join us at the University of Liverpool’s London campus for an afternoon of lectures and exercises on Regeneration. This will be of particular interest to Geography A-Level students interested in issues of regeneration, place making, economic change, and society. You will also learn more about the courses the Department offer in Planning, which are particularly suitable for A-Level Geography students.

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Implications of the spatial variability in fluvial processes - Amanda Owen, Glasgow University 

Date: 28th November 2018
Venue: University of Liverpool, Jane Herdman Building, Jane Herdman Lecture Theatre

Sedimentary systems are under the influence of a variety of process that can vary considerably in time (seconds to millennia) and space (from the grain to basin scale). This talk will focus on the spatial variability of two temporal scales of fluvial processes; the decadal scale which examines fluvial barform migration rates; and the 100-000 to million year time scale in which system scale adjustments and climate events occur over.

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Oceans Seminar Series - Eugenio Ruiz

Date: 3rd October 2018
Venue: Nicholson Teaching Studio, Room 101, Nicholson Building

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Dr Shaun Killen, University of Glasgow

Date: 6th December 2018
Venue: University of Liverpool, Jane Herdman Building, Jane Herdman Lecture Theatre

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Oceans Seminar Series - Arthur Gourain

Date: 10th December 2018
Venue: Nicholson Teaching Studio, Room 101, Nicholson Building

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Making a new myth to understand an old one: research projects in the edgelands of  Milton Keynes and the Lovecraft villages of South Devon

Date: 18th December 2018
Venue: University of Liverpool, Roxby Building, 6th Floor, Geographical Information Centre.

This talk draws on two projects addressing contrasting sites of intricate layering, trace and ambience. The two projects use walking practices, performance and fiction writing as means to understand intentional and interpretative myth-making.

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