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SEES, University of Portsmouth
This account represents the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences (SEES) Department of the University of Portsmouth, UK.
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James Darling Jul 11
Many congratulations to our awesome students graduating today 👏👏👏
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SEES, University of Portsmouth Jul 8
Research by a undergrad student that led to the identification of the earliest mammalian human ancestor in Dorset featured in this article on
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SEES UoP Environmental Programme Jul 5
Delighted to announce that got 100% Overall Satisfaction for the 2019 National Student Survey. Thank you to our students & well done to everyone involved with the course.
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UOP Science Jul 2
There is a new name for the Faculty of Science! In response to better represent the balance of students across each department.
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Just One Ocean Jul 3
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SEES, University of Portsmouth Jun 28
New fully-funded opportunity at starting this September in NOVEL APPROACHES TO THE GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERISATION OF CHALK HARD GROUNDS IN THE NORTH SEA Closing date for applications 19th August 2019 More details here:
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SEES, University of Portsmouth Jun 28
New fully-funded opportunity at starting this September in NOVEL APPROACHES TO THE GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERISATION OF CHALK HARD GROUNDS IN THE NORTH SEA Closing date for applications 19th August 2019 More details here:
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Prof Craig Storey Jun 26
Celebrating the 6th annual geology mapping trip to Ouro Preto in Brazil. Some old and new faces. Memorandum of Understanding signed and future sealed
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Just One Ocean Jun 26
Delighted to announce that we will be taking on two new interns from and starting on Monday. We love our partnerships with universities around the world but especially :)
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SEES, University of Portsmouth Jun 25
Prof Jim Smith of dissects the accuracy of the TV series in this piece for
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James Darling Jun 24
Great to see our paper on bombardment history out. Well done for leading this and I look forward to debates about LHB, impact flux and habitability of the terrestrial
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Marianthi Dalkidou Jun 21
Fantastic opportunity in with possible 3-month placement Find out more
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Luke Hauser Jun 21
Looks like we have a new member of the postgrad office, meet Stanley....last seen on many moons ago. I think he had a good head on his shoulders.....ok never mind
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Marianthi Dalkidou Jun 20
Inspirational keynote talk at by PhD student David Jones, founder of . From being inspired by & , to working in the Life series with & getting people in 55 countries involved in survey
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SEES, University of Portsmouth Jun 20
Well done to our first year students for making some brilliant geology maps and surviving the bog
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SEES, University of Portsmouth Jun 20
Well done to our first year students for making some brilliant geology maps and surviving the bog
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SEES, University of Portsmouth Jun 20
Well done to our first year students for making some brilliant geology maps and surviving the bog
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SEES, University of Portsmouth Jun 20
Well done to our first year students for making some brilliant geology maps and surviving the bog
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SEES, University of Portsmouth Jun 20
Well done to our first year students for making some brilliant geology maps and surviving the bog
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Just One Ocean Jun 17
Really looking forward to the launch of this book at the end of the month. Why not come along if you live in the area.
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