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Inaugural Lecture of Professor Tom Bruce, Chair of Coastal and Maritime Hydromechanics

Violent waves at the engineered coast Abstract Our coasts are a focus for economic activity whether directly associated with the sea or enabled by transhipment. They are also a magnet for leisure.…

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Open Lecture Series Monsters in the Bible

Dr Judith Blair, Teaching Fellow at COLWednesday 6 December 2023 Catch-up on Dr Judit Blair's lecture: Are there monsters in the Bible? One would not necessarily associate the two, however, as…

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Example Research: Impact of Nitrogen on Seagrass - Marine Pollution

In the following video we will hear from Shaha Hashim Chairperson of Maldives Resilient Reefs about the impact of nitrogen on seagrass.

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Practical Interventions: Working With Communities - Marine Pollution

We will hear from Hassan Moosa from Maldives Resilient Reefs. Hassan will give an overview of the type of work Maldives Resilient Reefs undertaken and the role it plays in helping understand, and…

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Relationship to Nitrogen - Marine Nitrogen

In this video, Mufliha from Maldives Resilient Reefs will explain in more detail how nitrogen can act as potential stressor for seagrass ecosystems.

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Atolls as Living Lab - Nitrogen Pollution

In this interview with Professor Sandy Tudhope from the University of Edinburgh, we are going to be looking at the following key questions: Why are coral atolls vulnerable to climate and…

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Rainforests of the Sea - Nitrogen Pollution

The following video from Amber Carter will explore the relationships between nitrogen pollution and tropical coral reefs and seagrasses.

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Welcome to the Course - Nitrogen Pollution

Welcome to the Course - Nitrogen Pollution

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2.1.1 Cultural heritage and climate change relations: Loss, Adaptation and Creativity

Professor David C. Harvey provides a brief overview of cultural heritage and climate change relations. David C. Harvey is an Associate Professor in Critical Heritage Studies at Aarhus Universitet,…

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Adaptation CoP_ April 2022

Adaptation CoP - April meeting on adaptation finance

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In Conversation with Christina Riley: Collecting, Arranging and Sharing the Coast

This podcast features a conversation between Dr Anna Pilz and the Scotland-based artist Christina Riley. Anna talks to Christina about her project The Beach Today (Guillemot Press, 2021) as a way of…

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In conversation with Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert SSSA70

A conversation with documentary photographer Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert. As part of the year-long celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of School of Scottish Studies, the Archive acquired…

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Davide Faranda II

Mathematics of the Climate Crisis: Extremes and Tipping Points Davide Faranda, LSCE, CNRS, IPSL, CEA Saclay, University Paris-Saclay, UVSQThursday 4 November This recording is subtitled. You can turn…

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Tim Lenton

Mathematics of the Climate Crisis: Extremes and Tipping Points Tim Lenton, Global Systems Institute (GSI) - University of ExeterWednesday 3 November This recording is subtitled. You can turn off the…

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Using Climate Data in Financial Decision Making

Matthew Brander and Atreya Dey (both University of Edinburgh) present two papers discussing the use of climate data in financial decision making.First Broadcast on 27 October, 2021Chaired by Dr…

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REBM Week 3 - Part b) - Component 1 (MMD)

This is the second in a series of recorded lectures on the topic of diagnostic statistics for research and clinical practice.

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