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Our academics have a range of outreach resources that showcase their work.

You can also get involved with our research clusters on social media. The Centre for Quaternary Research has an account on Twitter, @CQRRHUL, as does the Royal Holloway Centre for Geohumanities, @RHGeoHumanities.

Outreach resources

This resource showcases a joint project between Durham University of Royal Holloway University of London. It shows journeys into life on the edge, from WW1 to the forbidden zones of the 21st century.

This resource includes a large number of articles targeting the UK A Level geography and geology syllabus, but as well as diverse articles about climate change, Antarctica, ice shelves, glacier recession and sea level rise.

Aerocene Community is a multidisciplinary artistic project intervening in issues of fossil fuel extraction, global aeromobility regimes and public aerial health. Through the fabrication, launch and flight of solar powered, balloon-like ‘aerosolar sculptures’ community members experiment with tools of atmospheric sensing and politics.

We have a number of teaching resources embedded on the Royal Geographical Society webpages.

Antarctic Geopolitics – Professor Klaus Dodds

In this podcast, Bethan Davies and Klaus Dodds discuss Antarctic Geopolitics.

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