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And so it begins…

It was a long trip from the UK to the Kluane Lake Research Station for everyone on the Yukon & Alaska field course. The eventful journey involved 4 flights for most, delayed and missed flights and for me, a detour to Germany? It was all in good cheer however, and those on delayed/missed flights received…

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saap201    September 14th, 2018    Yukon    ,


The excitement is building for Yukon & Alaska…

It’s only a couple of days to go until a group of us head off to some of the wildest spots in North America – and no, I’m not talking about Vegas. Instead, we will be heading away from the cities, deep into the bear country of Alaska and Canada’s Yukon Territory for 2 weeks…

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saap201    September 7th, 2018    Yukon    , , , , , ,


Biodiversity Kenya: Our time so far…

We are now on our 5th day of the Conservation and Biodiversity field trip to Kenya and we have been so busy having the time of our lives that we haven’t had a chance to update our blog posts! Here is a brief summary of what we have been doing so far. We arrived in…

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ms882    January 29th, 2018    Kenya    , , , ,


35 students, 2 weeks, 1 stunning destination

Bring on Field Course Galapagos 2018! With under two weeks to go, the preparation for the field course of a lifetime is fully underway! And to kick it off, our first blog will be about the beautiful island we will be studying on, and what exactly we will be studying! The Galapagos islands are a…

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am769    December 29th, 2017    Galapagos    , , , , , ,


Whale, whale, whale, what have we here?

First things first, congratulations to the winners of the pub quiz, Ali, Yaz, Jake and Luke, despite stating the area of Tenerife to be 280,000km². For reference, the area of the UK is only 243,610 km². The quiz was Tenerife themed, but it was varied. Other questions included: -What is the Latin name of the Tenerife…

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mk396    January 16th, 2017    Tenerife, Tenerife archive    , ,


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