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Nitrogen-related field measurements - Trailer

Good measurements are key for tackling the nitrogen challenge. Our landmark course gives you ’hands-on’ training in everything from greenhouse gas flux measurements, through ammonia flux…

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Strategic Marketing Unit2.2

Strategic Marketing Unit2.2

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WEBINAR: An introduction to the commercial determinants of health, Part 3

Recordings of presentations from the webinar "An introduction to the commercial determinants of health" with SPECTRUM and the Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH) on 10 October…

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WEBINAR: An introduction to the commercial determinants of health, Part 2

Recordings of presentations from the webinar "An introduction to the commercial determinants of health" with SPECTRUM and the Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH) on 10 October…

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Sam Entwistle

A short documentary by Sam Entwistle considering the role of community gardening as a way to alleviate the effects of COVID-19 and the climate crises, and to empower the local communities. Includes…

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3.3.2 Sri Lanka: Environmental folklore and traditional climate knowledge systems

3.3.2 Sri Lanka: Environmental folklore and traditional climate knowledge systems.

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Rice Production: Transplanted Rice

As we mentioned when looking at lowland irrigated rice, the method of establishing the rice in nurseries and then transplanting into fields has higher methane emissions than direct seeding. In…

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Rice Production: Irrigated Lowland Rice

Rice is produced in a wide variety of biomes, and this led to a diversity in production systems. It is grown in high altitudes such as the Himalayas, as well as tropical, subtropical and temperate…

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Rice Production: Introduction

One of the largest quantities of grains produced globally is rice. Around 500 million tonnes of rice are consumed annually. Over a billion people rely on rice as a key element of daily diets. There…

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CRITICAL Project Introduction

This e-learning course has emerged from a research project "CRITICAL: Cultural Heritage Risk and Impact Tools for Integrated and Collaborative Learning" funded by the Arts and Humanities…

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COP26 Debrief: Food Security with Dr Annis Richardson

In the second episode of our COP26, Chris (@donohoho) chats to Dr Annis Richardson (@Dr_AnnisR) about her research on food security. With climate change causing extreme weather, crop growth is…

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Ukraine Crisis Rapid Reaction Briefing Session - Edinburgh Law School

The Edinburgh Centre for International and Global Law and the Global Justice Academy present Ukraine Crisis Rapid Reaction Briefing Session Experts from the University of Edinburgh Law School…

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Nutrition and Obesity Year 2 Lecture-20220310_090534-Meeting Recording

Nutrition & Obesity live lecture

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Everyone Home

Poem 'Everyone Home' by Rosie Stenhouse, part of the Living Through Covid project

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Professor Jamie Pearce gives evidence to the Health, Social Care and Sport Committee

Captions are auto-generated An excerpt of evidence provided to the Scottish Parliament Health, Social Care and Sport Committee by SPECTRUM researcher, Professor Jamie Pearce, on the National…

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Being Sikh at University

Welcome to the ‘Being at University’ podcast. I’m Harriet Harris, Chaplain to the University of Edinburgh, and in this first series, we explore what it is like being people of…

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