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23 Jul 2019
Seminar
Mid-ocean atoll nations are among the most vulnerable coastal systems. Projected sea-level rise and climatic change are expected to inundate and physically destabilise coral reef islands rendering them uninhabitable over...
26 Jul 2019
Seminar
The transboundary haze over Singapore and the Malay Peninsula during September-October 2015 degraded air quality in the region to the worst level. The haze emissions from forest and peatland fires...
07 Aug 2019
Workshop
Tephrochronology uses discrete layers of tephra (volcanic ash) to create a chronolological framework. It's applications are multiple, such as to reconstruct the number, timing and magnitude of eruptions, as well...

Asian School of the Environment