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A map of chambers of different shapes covering the space. The left half is hand drawn, the right is digital.

Dr Asa Roast explores the “megadungeon” – an imagined space that players of fantasy tabletop role-playing games (TTRPGs) play in – using critical geography.

A river in full flow in the alps cascading over rocks in the foreground in the background are trees and bright blue sky

Climate change is disrupting the seasonal flow of rivers in the far northern latitudes of America, Russia and Europe, posing a threat to water security and ecosystems, according to new research.

Martin Zebracki leaning his elbows on a platform, smiling.

Researchers are creating a toolkit that peers can use to ensure fieldwork is more inclusive, diverse and equitable for LGBTQ+ people.

Image of Dr Eric Palacpac

An alumnus from the School of Geography has been selected as a 2024 national finalist in the British Council Alumni Awards in the category of Social Action.

Above Sydgletscher looking to Bowdoin Fjord, at Qaanaaq, north-west Greenland

An estimated 11,000 sq miles or 28,707 sq kilometres of Greenland’s ice sheet and glaciers have melted over the last three decades, according to a major analysis of historic satellite records.