Date: Monday 8th June
Venue: Newton NW205
Welcome to the blog of the Department of Environmental and Geographical Sciences at the University of Northampton. This will keep you up to date with both student and staff activities.
The Department of Environmental and Geographical Sciences includes staff with interests in biological sciences, conservation, ecology, environmental sciences, environmental statistics, geography and waste management. We offer a range of degree programmes and have a number of postgraduate research students. For more information about studying with us please visit http://www.northampton.ac.uk/.
|Identifying the aquatic |
|Carrying out the pond survey|
|Farm track after a long period of rainfall, AKA, mud bath.|
The farm track after resurfacing. The track has been cambered to
direct runoff into the vegetative culvert to the right of the track.
|The ditch that runs between the settling pond
and the river now |
contains “v-notch weirs”, which are useful for trapping sediment
A clear difference in the colour of the water
entering the river from the settling system.