The Quaternary History of the River Nile
What's on at Plymouth University: The Quaternary History of the River Nile. Mark Blacksell Public Lecture Spring 2017. Plymouth University, 8 February 2017.
Catchment and River Science (CaRiS)
Plymouth University's Catchment and River Science (CaRiS) research group undertakes basic, applicable and applied science relating to fluvial processes within catchments and river systems
University of Plymouth's School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences - Sediment linkage between land, river and sea: evaluating impacts of historic mining on sediment quality in the coastal zone
The IMIXSED project: a sediment management tool to combat threats to global food and water security, combining isotopic sediment tracer technology in the EU with ecological source apportionment models developed by North American scientists.
The Dividing Line Film Screening
What's on at Plymouth University: The Dividing Line Film Screening - A History of Barne Barton. Plymouth, 15 May 2015.
Oscar winner chosen to close film festival
Plymouth University News: Hayao Miyazaki’s stunning Oscar-winning film Spirited Away has been chosen by film fans to close a major international festival set on the banks of the River Tamar.
Workshop: Go with the Flow
What's on at Plymouth University: Teachers will discover how the River Frome can be a great outdoor learning resource within their teaching activities. Bristol, 17 September 2014.
It's All About the River
Plymouth University news: Premieres from BAFTA nominated artists and a series of open air screenings in iconic riverside locations will be among the highlights of It's All About the River, an ambitious new film festival in September and October 2014.