The Cabot Institute brings together world-class expertise, developing truly multidisciplinary research programmes to tackle the challenges of uncertain environmental change.
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Director Rich Pancost talks biogeochemistry and why it is important for understanding climate change.
"Dredging is a simplistic response to a complex problem". The Cabot Institute comments on the recent flood crisis in the UK.
Apply for our popular summer school where you will receive advanced training on risk and uncertainty in natural hazards. The course will run from 7 - 11 July 2014.
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