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20 Feb 17

Article published to celebrate new Volcanoes exhibition

Read all about Mount Vesuvius and its importance in popular culture in this Trusted Source article by University of Oxford volcanologist, Professor David Pyle. David has curated the Volcanoes exhibition at the Bodleian Library in Oxford. The exhibition is free and open until the 21st May, 2017.

Gouache painting of Vesuvius in eruption, from William Hamilton’s ‘Campi phlegræi. Observations on the volcanoes of the Two Sicilies’, 1776

14 Feb 17

New contributors join the project...

We are delighted to welcome new contributors to Trusted Source. These include researchers from across the academic community and specialists from the National Trust too. See the full list of our article authors here .

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15 Jan 17

The South Downs: Nature, Culture & Fragmentation

At the end of November last year we hosted a workshop at Oxford exploring nature, culture and fragmentation in the South Downs landscape. We were joined at the workshop by a range of scholars; from geographers and ecologists, to art historians and musicologists. Read about the music of the South Downs in this Trusted Source article by Oxford University's Daniel Grimley .

Ditchling Beacon in Sussex dew pond at dusk