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Geo: Geography and Environment

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Edited By: Professor Gail Davies, University of Exeter, and Professor Anson Mackay, University College London

Online ISSN: 2054-4049

Associated Title(s): Area, The Geographical Journal, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change

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Gail DaviesAnson Mackay

Gail Davies is Professor in Human Geography at the University of Exeter. Her work is primarily concerned with charting the geographies of science and technology, rethinking the place of animals and difference in contemporary biomedical research, and developing innovative forms of critical public engagement with science.

Anson Mackay is Professor in Environmental Change at UCL. His research involves assessing human and climatic impacts on some of the world's most important freshwater systems, including Lake Baikal and the Aral Sea in central Asia, and the Okavango Delta in southern Africa. > Read full bios