CANCELLED Water Connections Workshop
Due to the London tube strike and the King’s College Union strike action this workshop has been cancelled. Please note that WaterWorld Policy Support Session on 7 February from 11-12.30 will go ahead as scheduled as will the Annual EED Seminar.
KCL and UNESCO-IHE partnership launch
Thursday and Friday – 6th & 7th of February 2014
River Room: The Strand
Water Connections is a two day workshop to launch the KCL/UNESCO-IHE partnership, with an emphasis on identifying synergies in research interests and avenues for collaboration. The workshop is open to staff, and PhD and masters students with an interest in water.
Registration is required via the link below. Attendees are encouraged to participate in all of the sessions even if they may not directly relate to their research interest in order to identify broader areas of collaboration. All events will be held in the River Room, 2nd Floor, King’s Building, Strand Campus. Refreshments and lunch provided. A provisional agenda is provided below.
To register for the Workshop please follow this link:
Optional – EED Annual Seminar
Professor Alan Hildrew: ‘Titrating the landscape: the ecology of freshwater acidification’
Friday 7th Feb, 17:15, S-1.06
Alan Hildrew is an ecologist with particular interests in freshwater communities and ecosystems, having researched actively on many aspects of ecology including food webs, species interactions, disturbance, species traits and ecosystem processes including decomposition and nutrient cycling. He has published on the science of freshwater acidification and its recovery, and on river regulation and restoration. He is Emeritus Professor of Ecology at Queen Mary, University of London, and previously worked at Kenyatta University (Nairobi) and the Universities of Sussex and Cardiff. He is Chief Editor ofFreshwater Biology and was awarded the Ecology Prize of the International Ecology Institute in 2012.
Please register at: http://tinyurl.com/EED-Lecture