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Royal Scottish Geographical SocietyNov 19, 2018 @ 23:15
“It is remarkable to stand on the slopes of a mountain in South Africa and realise that their exact equivalents lie preserved in ice in Antarctica," says David Sugden, co-author of a new paper which charts the evolution of the pre-glacial landscape of Antarctica in order to understand future changes to this region under warming temperatures.👇

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14702541.2018.1535090
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Royal Scottish Geographical SocietyNov 19, 2018 @ 21:32
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"there was something which gripped in the simple, unvarnished narrative of #Antarctic horrors and hardships..."

Report of Sir Ernest Shackleton's talk to the Royal Scottish Geographical Society on this day in 1909, #Glasgow. He'd just returned from his famous Nimrod expedition!
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Royal Scottish Geographical SocietyNov 17, 2018 @ 4:43
// #Weekend #Inspiration //

"Half the fun of the #travel is the aesthetic of lostness." (Ray Bradbury)

A sublime image of Niagara Falls from our slide collection at the Royal Scottish Geographical Society

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Nov 19, 2018 @ 20:10
"This is groundbreaking #research that helps us to #understand how this major #ice system might behave in the #future. This is classic #geographical research" (Professor Roger Crofts, @RoyalScotGeoSoc Chair)

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Nov 19, 2018 @ 18:27
// On This Day //

"there was something which gripped in the simple, unvarnished narrative of #Antarctic horrors and hardships..."

Report of Sir Ernest Shackleton's talk to the @RoyalScotGeoSoc on this day in 1909, #Glasgow. He'd just returned from his famous Nimrod expedition! https://t.co/3DVIEZVxsv
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