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Tania Kovats and Jonathan Dove for ArtCOP21
Jarvis Cocker does Disko Bay
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Collecting water samples at San Pedro during the 2009 Andes Expedition. Photographer: Ana Cecilia Gonzales Vigil.
Dr Carol Cotterill
Marine and Coastal Geoscientist
Carol initially studied Oceanography with Geology at the... ›
Emily is an oceanography Ph.D student from the Scottish Association for Marine... ›
Written by Ian McEwan. "So, we have come to this ship in a frozen fjord to think about the ways we might communicate our... ›
Art commissions for world's first tidal lagoon, a pioneering carbon-free energy project
Led by Professor Christian Klöckner at Trondheim University in Norway, with Cape Farewell as an arts partner
Working the Map
Beautiful artists' book by John Cumming: Working the Map – islanders and a changing environment
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