Be Inspired: Measuring Africa with Theodolite and Tellurometer

B Monday 24 September 2.30pm - 4.00pm Be Inspired afternoon talk

Alastair Macdonald talks about his time with the Directorate of Overseas Surveys when during the 1950s and 60s many Commonwealth countries were mapped at 1:50000. He describes some of the techniques and experiences involved in the pre-GPS age.
 

One Man and a Mule - Hugh Thomson

Hugh Thomson takes his mule Jethro along the coast-to-coast route from the Lake District to the Yorkshire Moors for what he calls ‘a South American adventure in England.’ 

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TEST 2 Walking the Zambezi

David Lemon will speak on becoming the the first man in recorded history to walk from source to mouth of the Zambezi.
 

TEST 2 Explore 2018

The starting point for many innovative field research projects and expeditions. Over 100 field scientists and explorers give lectures, run workshops and exhibits, providing inspiration, contacts and practical advice.

To book: T 020 7591 3030 E go@rgs.org W www.rgs.org/explore

TEST 2 Chartered Geographer Networking Event

Network with other professionals across the full breadth of geographical disciplines from environmental consultancies, geospatial companies and insurance specialists, to higher education and central and local government.

 

TEST 2 The hazardous effects of tectonic plate movements

Global hazards can be explained by understanding the recent movements of tectonic plates in places such as New Zealand and Hawaii.
 

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Test 2 Subject Knowledge Update: Changing places

Dr Simon Oakes will present a workshop on Changing Places which is suitable for all A Level teachers.

TEST2 Children's lecture 2018

Join us for the Society’s annual Children’s lecture. Geography Ambassadors will provide fun activities on and around our giant map after the lectur.
 

TEST 2 A Level Study Day - Year 13

Really interesting day all about geography.