Centre for Research in Earth Sciences Seminars
  • Room 018, Rolle Building, Plymouth University

  • Room 018, Rolle Building, Plymouth University

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The Centre for Research in Earth Sciences organises a regular series of seminars throughout the academic year to which everyone is welcome to attend.

These seminars are open to all and are held on Wednesdays from 1pm-2pm unless otherwise stated.

  • 27 April: Deformation of mafic lower crust (Giulia Degli Alessandrini, Plymouth University)
  • 4 May: Something ate my fossil - from anecdote to testing hypotheses (Liz Harper, University of Cambridge)

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About CRES

CRES brings together an outstanding research team that spans the spectrum of Earth science disciplines. The centre's mission is to provide an environment that fosters and promotes high quality, novel and interdisciplinary research in Earth sciences and a platform for international-level research training in this field.

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