Monday 24 October 2016 was the start of the environmental monitoring activities in the floodplain area of the Lower Loddon. Read more
We are hosting a poster networking even on the 5 October 2016 for outgoing Loddon students (Class of 2015) to share their learning with incoming students (Class of 2016). Posters will be displayed from Loddon Catchment Consultancy and Dissertation Projects.
Location: Sorby Room, Wager Building
Drinks and refreshments will be provided. All welcome.
We all benefit from Nature, whether we are aware of it or not. The following short films were produced by the University of Reading in collaboration with our Partners to explain the benefits and trade-offs we get from our use of the natural environment. Here, we aim to demystify the terms Natural Capital and provisioning, regulating and cultural services to help more people engage with the current of use of these term in environmental management.
Loddon Catchment Consultancy (module code GV2LCC) ran for its first year in 2015-16. Five projects were carried out for External Clients by 25 Part 2 undergraduate students from University of Reading.
Read the Executive Summaries below to find out more about the work done by our Student Consultants.
Date: 16 September 2016, 10:00-13:00
Location: 101 Hopkins Building, University of Reading
Organised by: Loddon Basin Flood Action Group, Loddon Catchment Partnership, University of Reading, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Thanks to all who attended. Some photos from the workshop. Report in progress and to be published soon.
Date set for Wednesday 5 June 2017. Booking information and draft program to be published early in 2017.
Posters & drinks reception, 3-5pm, University of Reading
Date: 22nd July 2016, 15:00-17:00
Location: Sorby Room, Wager Building, University of Reading
Organised by: Joanna Clark, University of Reading. Funded by University of Reading Faculty Teaching & Learning Fund.
Thanks to everyone who attended the poster networking event to showcase student work from 2015-16. Posters presented below.