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By Kirsten Shaw - 24th February 2013 9:00am
Floods, droughts, hurricanes & heat waves
Climate change is arguably the most important issue of our times. Come and hear the latest news on climate change from Dr Martin Hodson. Martin is Visiting Researcher in Environmental Biology, Oxford Brookes University, having been on the staff since 1989. His research interests include plant mineral relations, archaeology and palaeoecology. He has over 75 publications, mostly in international scientific journals. Martin will bring us up to date with a short talk and then there will be group discussion.
Location: Rose & Thistle pub
Date: Thursday 28th February
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