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Policy Press Feb 26
Fantastic to see and , authors of 'Rescaling Urban ', with a copy of their book which publishes today! Get your copy on our website
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Wirral Council Feb 26
Don't miss your chance to see one of the largest Royal Navy aircraft carriers ever built, HMS Prince of Wales, sailing down the Mersey this Friday. To find out what's on in Wirral this month, visit
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University of Liverpool News Feb 24
Our researchers are part of pioneering study with , & which is piloting natural upland flood prevention measures to protect towns
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Andy Morse Feb 21
Health Knowledge Action Network has published a blog on the COVID-19 disease.
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The Mersey Forest Feb 21
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UK2070 Commission Feb 21
Today's Think Piece - authored by , & of the team at - considers the geographical structure and temporal change of neighbourhoods in Britain between 1971 and 2011 Read the policy brief in full here:
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Encarni Montoya Feb 16
My pleasure!!! It was so great to share a day meeting super motivated students that will become future stars!
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James Rebanks Feb 15
This is hardcore - much worse here than last week
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Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Feb 15
Sir Ernest Shackleton was born in 1874. Leader of 3 British expeditions to , he was a determined and loyal crew member. Today we're celebrating his contribution to geography. He is pictured here in the foreground with Frank Wild at Ocean Camp.
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Kimberley Peters 🇪🇺🏳️‍🌈 Feb 15
Super Applicant Day! Special thanks to all staff, esp on her first day. Total ⭐️ showing how awesome our department is! Great to meet prospective students. Consider *your* personal criteria and make the choice that’s right for you!
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Dr Fran Darlington-Pollock Feb 15
If like me you’re braving and heading to applicant discovery day, I look forward to welcoming you! If not, brave for another cause
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livunigeog Feb 15
Welcome to our applicant discovery day ... we are really looking forward to meeting you! We will offer you today some wind, some rain and a loads more GEOGRAPHY!
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livunigeog Feb 13
presenting our co-sponsored lecture on vector-borne disease... and with a little topical addition.
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Kimberley Peters 🇪🇺🏳️‍🌈 Feb 13
Super relevant talk from the wonderful on relationships between disease and climate...
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livunigeog Feb 13
presenting our co-sponsored lecture on vector-borne disease... and with a little topical addition.
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The Sciku Project Feb 13
Seed production up, surely that’s a good thing, no? Benefits declined. Based on research by and researchers at published in
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Andrew J. Plater Feb 11
Turned out nicely this afternoon though!!
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livunigeog Feb 11
The journey from engineer to geographer
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Andrew J. Plater Feb 11
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University of Liverpool News Feb 11
Published in , new study demonstrates “how the overall response of forests to is dependent on a complex web of interactions between species”
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