Oxford Water open afternoon

This Oxford Water open afternoon will showcase some of the diverse water research at the University from across the natural, social and engineering sciences

Date: Monday 3 June

Time: 4-5.30pm

Venue: Blue Boar Lecture Theatre, Christ Church, St Aldates, OX1 1DP

Come and meet researchers from the Oxford Water Network, find out what’s going on in other departments, and get a flavour of the opportunities for collaboration.

The afternoon will finish with a drinks reception and nibbles.

All are welcome, including prospective and current students, researchers and faculty, and the general public.

Registration required: bookwhen.com/7seqd

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Programme

What are the risks of floods and water scarcity on the Thames?
Professor Jim Hall, Environmental Change Institute

What is your Nitrogen Footprint?
Professor Paul Whitehead, Geography & the Environment

What do farmers think about their ‘right’ to water?
Dr. Bettina Lange, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies

How does water affect wetland ecosystems?
Dr. Jocelyne Hughes, Geography & the Environment

The clean water challenge: how do we ensure a sustainable supply?
Dr. Nick Hankins, Engineering Science