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Paul WJ Glover
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Fracking: Surface water and ground water use - Part 1
Precious water Our’s is an aqueous world. Over 71% of the Earth is
covered in oceans or seas, while streams and rivers criss-cross the land
masses. All plants and animals rely on water, and will die without it. While
some are incredibly well adapted to a la...
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If you want Fracking, vote leave
Letter published in the Daily Telegraph - 10 June 2016 - Fracts of Life SIR – The
four biggest economic drivers for the development of shale gas all have the
potential for leaving the country and the average person in the street more
financially secure. The...
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Shale Gas and Brown-field sites
The planning process is now complete in Kirby Misperton and
its various disparate advocates have withdrawn to make their plans; Third
Energy to plan their fracking tests, other companies to prepare their next
proposals, and the opposing groups to demonstrat...
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Undergraduate Awards 2015 - UPresent
It is Thursday, and the award winning undergraduate students are presenting their work in snappy 3 minute sketches of their research. Subjects range from coping with war to alcoholism, new materials to gender bias, modelling cancer to historical interventio...
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Undergraduate Awards 2015 - Awards Ceremony
The 2015 Undergraduate Awards ceremony and formal dinner took place last night at Dublin City Hall and Dublin Castle. Twenty five of the world's best undergraduates were presented with their gold medals by Michael Higgins, The President of the Republic of I...
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The Origins of Climate Change
"Look what I've made! If we have enough of them, we can raise the climate by 2 degrees C!"
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Undergraduate Awards 2015 - Congratulations to the winners of the Earth and Environmental Sciences section
Tomorrow the 2015 Undergraduate Awards will be presented in Dublin by Michael Higgins, the President of the Republic of Ireland. The Overall Winner of the Earth and Environmental Sciences section of the Undergraduate Awards 2015 is Katelin Hanson of the Uni...
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International Undergraduate Awards I - Glitz, Glamour and Sparkle
So, here we are at the international Undergraduate Awards in Dublin. Or, to be more accurate, here we are having just arrived off a flight for which we had to get up at 5am to get, and will be at the Undergraduate Awards for the next few days. Many will say...
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A Short Shale Gas Glossary
Here is a short shale gas glossary for those of you confused by terminology and jargon. Term Definition Aquifer A single underground geological formation, or group of
formations, containing water. Those near the surface often contain freshwater
that is ...
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NERC plans a scientific study of shale gas (and other resources)
Thanks to the UK's Natural Environment Research Council, I am currently at the British Geological Survey with 50 or so British scientists, members of industry and representatives of the UK government, DECC and the Environment Agency. The purpose of the meet...
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