News & Events

24
Aug

Using Large Forest Plots and Codispersion Analysis to Identify Foundation Tree Species Before They Disappear

3.30pm, Geography Earth Lab, AS2-02-03

6
Aug

A team led by Assoc Prof Dan Friess from the Dept of Geography at NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences made use of the concept called ecosystem services to examine how mangroves benefit people. The team hopes that the findings can justify the conservation of mangroves.

2
Aug

Cross-border schooling and transnational topologies: the embodiment of migration in children's education

16
Jul
29
Jun

The internationalisation of the firm is a highly dynamic process, in which periods of investment and expansion intermingle with periods of divestment and retrenchment. Academic research to date has focused on identifying the reasons for and the processes of divestment.

Burt, S., COE, N.M. and Davies, K. (2018)



7
Mar

There has been a recent surge of interest in “the future” as a subject and object of analysis in human geography, mostly centered on uncertainty and threats posed by terrorism, transspecies epidemics, and climate change.

BUNNELL, T., GILLEN, J. and HO, E.L.E. (2018)