Mark Macklin (University of Lincoln), “When the Nile Ran Dry: Human Responses to Rapid Holocene Hydrological Change in Upper Nubia” (Yale Nile Initiative Lecture Series)

Event time: 
Monday, April 16, 2018 - 4:00pm
KGL Auditorium See map
Event description: 

Macklin is the head of the School of Geography and Director of the Lincoln Centre for Water and Planetary Health at the University of Lincoln. He specializes in river channel and floodplain responses to climate change, long-term human-river environment interactions, alluvial archaeology, flood-risk assessment, metal mining pollution and its impact on ecosystem and human health, and the hydrological controls of malaria.