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Flooding the Field; mapping future interdisciplinarity

Thursday 18 March 2021, 14:00
Online event

This final session of the series will be participatory, to map out possible future directions in interdisciplinarity flood research.

Flooding the Field has been a short series of talks organised by a PhD research network called Floods; Living with water in the past, present and future.

In this our final session we welcome participants from the series as well as potential newcomers to participate in a discussion about the possibilities and the dangers of interdisciplinarity in flood research.

The purpose of this series has been to create a wider community of researchers with an interest in fluvial and coastal flooding. This week will provide a chance for everyone to engage with an interactive mapping session that explores both the tensions and the synergies that will have surfaced over the series and beyond. It is our hope that this mapping exercise will highlight how we might collaborate as interdisciplinary flood researchers in the future.

Find out more about all the talks in the series here.

Booking information

This event is free and all are welcome.

Please book here via Eventbrite.

About the series

Find out more about the Flooding the Field series and network here.


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