Oxford Water open afternoon
This Oxford Water open afternoon will showcase some of the diverse water research at the University from across the natural, social and engineering sciences.
Monday 3 June 2013, 4-5.30pm
Blue Boar Lecture Theatre, Christ Church, St Aldates, OX1 1DP
Come and meet researchers from the Oxford Water Network, find out what’s going on in other departments, and get a flavour of the opportunities for collaboration.
The afternoon will finish with a drinks reception and nibbles.
All are welcome, including prospective and current students, researchers and faculty, and the general public.
What are the risks of floods and water scarcity on the Thames?
Professor Jim Hall, Environmental Change Institute
What is your Nitrogen Footprint?
Professor Paul Whitehead, Geography & the Environment
What do farmers think about their ‘right’ to water?
Dr. Bettina Lange, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
How does water affect wetland ecosystems?
Dr. Jocelyne Hughes, Geography & the Environment
The clean water challenge: how do we ensure a sustainable supply?
Dr. Nick Hankins, Engineering Science