University of St Andrews

DGSD Postgrad wins place on Natural History Museum Palaeoecology course

Tuesday 13 December 2016

Congratulations to PhD student Robert Barbour who has gained a place on the Natural History Museum Palaeoecology short course in January 2017.

The course is entitled How to use microfossils and macrofossils as palaeoecological tools to understand Quaternary landscapes. With attendance fully funded and only 12 places available, it represents an excellent opportunity to expand his knowledge of different kinds of palaeoenvironmental evidence.