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Date and time
Tuesday, November 16, 2021 - 15:30

About the Event

Geo-bites are short, online talks that showcase the breadth and depth of Geography as a subject. 

In this Geobite, Dr Graham Wilson explores the ways in which traces of human lifestyles are becoming imprinted on our natural environments, laying down a permanent chemical record of our impacts on our planet. 

The session will be delivered via Microsoft Teams and there will be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions following the presentation. You will be sent a link to join the event on completion of the registration form.

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Geo-bites talks are aimed at GCSE and A-Level students, and are designed to provide case studies and examples that enrich learning.  Presented by academic staff from the the Department of Geography and International Development who draw on their own teaching and research, Geo-bites deliver a taste of what studying Geography at university is like. 

Follow the links for details of other events in the Geo-bites series: COP26 and COVID19: Global drivers of local change and Warming world – Melting ice.

To find out more about studying with us, please visit our course pages.