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I spent yesterday evening at the Southampton Maptime meetup, along with about 15 or so other GIS-users in academia and industry. (For those of you who don’t know, Maptime is a global community of people who work with and promote maps and GIS in general; for more information see their website here). The meetup was […]

“Crowdsourcing” – using the combined power of lots of people doing little tasks to achieve a bigger task – is a word we hear a lot today. But it is not often we hear it in conjunction with “GIS” – an acronym which few people outside of geography know (Geographical Information System). The world of […]

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We’re making good progress in our preparations for the NRG BESS Conference 2014 at the University of Southampton! Our first keynote speaker is confirmed – Prof Georgina Mace, Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems and Director of the Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research (CBER) at University College London (UCL). We’re currently in the process of confirming […]

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Southampton G&E postgrads present at Association of American Geographer’s Annual Meeting 2014

NRG BESS Early Career Researcher Conference on Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Sustainability University of Southampton, UK 8th-9th September 2014 In September of this year, Geography and Environment at the University of Southampton will play host to the first NRG BESS Conference. This event will provide the opportunity for early career researchers – postgraduate and postdoctoral […]

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As I am getting towards the final year of my PhD, it is perhaps inevitable that I need to start exploring my career options. I have been on many career workshops before, had a few ‘team building’ weekend away trips to places such as Benmore and Dartmoor and have already this year booked myself onto many of […]

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How to manipulate your PhD publishing strategy to steer your career direction post-doctorate

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Final year PGR Emma Waight reflects on the ethnographic process and her position as a child-less woman researching mothers

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Sarah Pogue reviews the Biodiversity and Ecosystem Service Sustainability – Early Career Researchers meeting in York 2013

From left: Rowenna Davis, 	Solomon Curtis, Anjelica Finnegan (PhD candidate and chair), 	Flick Drummond

Emma Waight & Jennifer White recount their experiences of taking part in the Southampton Youth Debate, an outreach activity with local schools