The first CCRI seminar for 2017 takes place on Thursday, 19th January, at the University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus.
Beth Brockett, from Natural England, is presenting ‘Mixed methods mapping of soil carbon – challenging the usual approaches to mapping the agricultural environment’.
After completing an interdisciplinary PhD in mapping soil carbon, which included engagements with Critical and Feminist GIS, soil science, above-below ground ecology and rural sociology, Beth is now putting the knowledge she gained and the methods she developed into practice as a land management and conservation adviser for Natural England. In this presentation she will discuss her PhD findings and her experience of bringing interdisciplinarity into her current role.
The event will be hosted by Rob Berry and will take place between 12.15pm and 1.15pm in room LC203A.
CCRI seminars are free to attend, but if you intend to come along it would be useful if you could let us know by sending an email. This will also enable us to inform you of any changes to the programme, which can happen from time to time.