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  • Date and time: Thursday 2 December 2021, 7.30pm to 8.30pm
  • Location: Room P/L/001, Physics/Electronics Building, Campus West, University of York (Map)
  • Admission: Free admission, booking not required

Event details

York Society of Engineers Lecture

Groundwater keeps our rivers flowing and provides water to most of the world's population and agriculture. But most people hardly know of its  existence, how it got under our feet, where it is going and how vulnerable  it is. Barney will attempt to explain all in 40 minutes! 

Please note, this lecture marks the welcome return of our live talks  in Room P/L/001, Physics/Electronics Building, Campus West,  University of York. 

 

COVID-19 GUIDANCE - please read 

The safety of our audience members and staff are our priority, and the University of York continues to have strict cleaning regimes and enhanced ventilation in place.

Please note that the University of York is promoting a message of protect, respect and be kind in relation to Covid-19 and we therefore politely ask that all attendees consider wearing a face covering whilst moving around indoors, washing hands regularly and taking a lateral flow test in advance of the event. 

We also ask that you do not attend if you experience any symptoms that could relate to a Covid-19 infection OR if you are self-isolating. Events staff will wear face coverings (unless exempt) and clear signage will be available to access hand sanitizer and hand washing facilities.

 

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