The period of time during which human activity has been the dominant influence on climate and the environment is sometimes called the Anthropocene. This autumn, at Geography in Action in central London, Prof. Martin Evans will explore the degree to which the impact of people has become the dominant force shaping the land forms and sediment fluxes which make up contemporary landscape systems. Martin researches the impact of erosion and restoration on the water and carbon cycles with a focus on peatlands.

 

Geography in Action: Nov 7th, Emmanuel Centre, London