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Ach Scootland laddeh

Being a geography student, it seemed right for my first post to be university related.

Though I have to wait more than a month for my first lecture of year 2, the course actually kicks off with a field trip to Scotland for a week, beginning in little more than a week. 443 more words

Field Trip

Sailing Across the Ocean to Catalina Island

Out of all the field method trips my class took last year, none was more anticipated than the three day stay at Catalina Island.  This island is a popular tourist destination with buffalo, deer, hiking, beautiful water, sailing, scuba diving, and other mostly water-related activities.  4,486 more words


11 billion by 2100: Can the human race cope or are we heading towards another Miracle day?

This planet is going to have to cope with a lot more people living on it. The current population of the earth is just over 7.3 billion and new models have calculated that it we should expect the world population to be over 11 billion by 2100. 636 more words


Edinburgh Field Class 2015

Post by Dr Paul Williamson

Congratulations to this year’s Edinburgh field class photograph competition winners. Here are the winning entries for the category ‘Views of Edinburgh’: 228 more words

Human Geography

Performing a Place of Ireland's Past: Reflections on an ANU performance

This is the second of a series of posts written by Geography postgraduates who participated in creative workshops run by performance and visual artists as part of the… 3,527 more words

Human Geography

Human Geography and Colonial Libya |الجغرافية البشرية، الاستعمارية و ليبيا

We turn to the colonial period to bring to light a series of studies regarding human geography and the fascist project in Libya. The scholar David Atkinson (University of Hull, UK) describes his work as follows: 253 more words


Diving Deep

In college, I took a class on carbonate geology that included a field trip to an active coral reef. The Belizean Barrier Reef is the second longest such reef in the world, after only the Great Barrier Reef in northern Australia. 1,556 more words