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SPRI Review 2001: University Teaching

University Teaching

As in earlier years, Professor Peter Wadhams lectured in the 'Glacial studies' course in Part II of the Geographical Tripos.

Dr Neil Arnold served as co-director of the MPhil in 'Polar studies'. He also acted as an examiner for Part IA of the Geographical Tripos. Dr Arnold lectured in the 'Physical geography' course, and gave lectures and practicals for the Part IB 'Geographical ideas and methods' course, and the 1A 'Ideas and method' course. He also gave lectured in the 'Polar and glacial studies' course for Part II of the Geographical Tripos.

Dr Gareth Rees continued to present a module of lectures on 'Global climate and environmental change' to the MPhil in 'Geographical information systems and remote sensing', and presented his lecture course on 'Remote sensing' to Part III physics undergraduates.

Dr Bravo lectured in the Part 1B 'Geographical ideas and methods' course, the Part 2 'Cultures of the field' course, and the MPhil in 'Environment and development'. He lectured on 'Research ethics' and 'Oral history' for the 'Research methods' section for the Department of Geography, and 'Oral history' for the Inter-departmental research training programme.

Professor Richards again contributed lectures in the Part II course on 'Fluvial processes and the landscape,' the Part IB course on 'Process geomorphology,' and an MPhil option on 'River basin management.' He also led field classes for undergraduates and MPhil students.