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Hydrogeology: why is it important?

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Victoria will describe her career as a hydrogeologist since graduating from Cambridge in 2007. Her talk will give an overview of groundwater and its use across the world, using example projects from her career. She will cover groundwater modelling in the UK, managed aquifer recharge in the Middle East and a climate change study in Jamaica.

This talk is part of the Sedgwick Club talks series.

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