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From Plastic Places to Circular Economy

A recent post from indicates that plastic bottles were found at 80% of Irish coastal landforms (by @coastwatch_ire ). Read more here . Technology is helping. See here at Five ways to end plastic waste. The @RediscoveryCtr in Dublin … Continue reading

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Pierazzo Crater

Betty would love this.

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Vacancy: Research Assistant in Geomorphology

The Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Group, Trinity College Dublin has a research assistant position available in geomorphology. The position is full-time for 6 months. Application deadline is March 2nd. Interviews will be held March 7th. Download further information HERE … Continue reading

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Nature Based Solutions for hydrological extremes and water resource management (EGU session)

The abstract submission deadline is 10th January 2018 (1300 CET). For further details on this session and instructions on how to submit an abstract please refer to the following link – With the EGU abstract deadline fast approachingh, we … Continue reading

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Fully funded 4 yr Ph.D in Natural Flood Management available at TCD.

The Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin, is seeking a field-trained geomorphologist with solid hydrology background to undertake a project in Natural Flood Management. NOTE: The deadline for receipt of 1st phase applicants is January 26th 2018

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The students dreaming of a Red Christmas

As many of us tuck into our Christmas pudding, two teams of Trinity undergraduate students from Geography and Earth Sciences will be thinking less of snow and more of sand when they look to the skies – with their Red … Continue reading

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