Armchair exploring: what’s in a photograph?
With many of us unable to travel, we’ve started exploring the world through a virtual lens. But it’s already second nature for Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography, Dr Lucy Clarke, who has used digital tools to research and find new discoveries in inaccessible Antarctica.
In the first of the new season of Living Room Lectures, Lucy talks about feeling connected to, and building a relationship with, distant parts of the world without ever having been there.
Join us at 6pm on Wednesday 3 February. Part of the Living Room Lecture series, this short online presentation will be followed by a live Q&A. Please watch and submit questions during the lecture directly on the University’s Facebook page. No booking or ticket required.
“I have always had a fascination with understanding how the world works, and in particular investigating the watery world, both flowing and frozen, using image analysis and GIS (Geographical Information Systems).”