Human and Physical Geographical Science Priority Areas

Cultural Geography

Conceptual innovation in social theory, with insights from non-representational theory, affect theory, post-humanism, new materialism, and experimental methodology, that investigate transformations in social and cultural processes emerging from contemporary art-science relations, human and technology interfaces, digital cultures, enhanced embodied performances, and new understandings of nature.

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Environmental Geography

Climate change adaption investigating both natural and anthropogenic influences (including extreme climate events and ecological degradation) and responses (including low-lying coastal transformation and sustainable development in agricultural practices), through the use of long term climate change perspectives, Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing.

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