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Dr Paul Adderley

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Biological and Environmental Sciences University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Paul Adderley

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About me

My interests in geoarchaeology and environmental history are based on my training as a soil scientist.
I studied at the University of Wales, Bangor and was a Research Officer for a set of major ODA/DfID projects in Northern Nigeria. After holding several fellowships including a prestigious RCUK Academic Fellowship I now lecture on soils-related topics, environmental hazards such as drought and desertification, and landscape-scale heritage issues. I also lecture on environmental history topics as part of cross-Faulty masters' level courses. I work in the Faculty of Natural Sciences and hold positions on the Safety, Employability committees.

Event / Presentation

Here is now and there the sound of the land: ground-breaking. Mutamorphosis: Challenging Arts Sciences

https://mutamorphosis.wordpress.com/
Artists and scientists from all over the world came together to address a theme of extreme and hostile environments, a theme that stands important in our changing world and society. The conference was organized by CIANT | International Centre for Art and New Technologiesas part of the ENTER3 festival and in the framework of the 40th anniversary celebrations of Leonardo journal and ISAST – the International Society for Art, Science and Technology.

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