School of the Environment and Society showcase research
Swansea University’s School of the Environment and Society will showcase their current research in the Wallace Building.
Date: Friday 24th October 2008
Time: 3 – 5pm
Venue: Room N217, Wallace Building
The School of the Environment and Society are holding a large poster event in the Wallace Building to showcase their current research. The School covers a wide range of disciplines from anthropology to glaciology.
There will be more than 60 posters on display which reflect the diverse nature of research in the School. These include:
- Structured Finance on the edge of the void: global financial crisis
- Progress in mapping estimate delta13C values of terrestrial biomass over Eurasia from 21-0 ka BP
- Night stocking facilitates nocturnal migration of hatchery-reared Atlantic salmon smolts (Salmo salar)'
- Rare occurrence of a Bigeye Tuna in the Burry Inlet
- Bioanalysis of urinary modified nucleosides
- Natural Products Cymru
- Biology and conservation of the endangered freshwater pearl mussel Margaritfer margaritifera
- The Role of Ubiquitination in Receptor Downregulation
- Value sub specie spatii
- Change and continuity: Anafi, Cyclades, Greece
- Calibrating proxy-climate relationships in central Sweden using stable isotopes in tree rings
- Temperature reconstruction in northern Britain using stable isotopes in tree-rings
For further information, please contact Dr Iain Robertson:
Tel: 01792 295184
For further information on Swansea University’s School of the Environment and Society visit the website: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/environment_society/