Category Flooding

Population, Hazard, Modelling

In the style of a three-word-Monday this article outlines my current research and the general bigger issue of natural hazard exposure assessment and population mapping. Population exposure to flooding in the UK, Spain and Pakistan are recent notable examples from the media this week. The term ‘model’ might often evoke an irrational fear or sudden […]

Geography: It's more than just colouring in

What is Geography nowadays anyway?

There’s a lot more to Geography than just colouring in. Geography’s more important in the 21st Century than ever.

Sunrise over the River Meon

What does my research have to do with climate change?

Trev Bond explains where climate change comes into his research, and how important it is to us all

Simon presents his work

The Graduate School Conference: Forest restoration and flood hydrology in the New Forest

Simon Dixon talks to us about his research. He even uses some props!