Fluvial landscapes in the Roman world

Posted on 25th April 2017

Dr Tyler V. Franconi, editor of a new book exploring the role of rivers in Roman times, provides an overview of the volume – a result of the Oxford Roman Economy Project’s 2014 conference.

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Possibilities and pitfalls of community-based financing of water supplies in rural Kenya

Posted on 21st April 2017

Dr Tim Foster sheds lights on three decades of water payment records from Kwale County.

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On the trail of freshwater invaders

Posted on 12th April 2017

The Thames is one of the world’s most highly invaded freshwater ecosystems. Researchers from Oxford University’s Department of Continuing Education explore the increasing colonization of non-native amphipod species in the river basin.

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Oxford hosts inaugural Foresight4Food workshop

Posted on 12th April 2017

Key players meet in Oxford to explore the use of foresight and scenario analysis in the global food system.

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