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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-408

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lxvi Annual Report of the Delegacy Higher Degrees Ph Nkemdirim 'Hydrometric study of the Loch Grenoch catchment Sc Pamela Allerston 'Village and field in the Pickerimg district of Yorkshire an essay in historical geography Departmental Notes The department moved into the Norfolk Hotel before the beginning of the session preparatory to the start of the rebuilding operations and the efforts of the Bursar and the Planning Officer in the conversion of the accommodation have been greatly appreciated Although the department is still very short of space the move had beneficial effect on student work at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels The Joint School with the Department of Geography at thee London School of Economics continued to operate Difficulties of space and timetable made extra demands on the facilities at but tlhese were provided wherever possible One result of this one-way pressure was that for the first time for many years no student used the Bang's College buildings as King's staff taught the joint classes in Houghton Street better balance between the two departments should be pos- sible next year when will start its own building programme with attendant problems and King's should be able to providle lecture- room space Joint School field classes were held at Matlock in the Islie of Man and in Germany In addition King's College students attended week of practical surveying in Gower and the King's Department was chiefly responsible for the inter-collegiate field courses in Pliant Geo- graphy The Ministry of Housing and Local Government extendeid for one year the period of its grant towards the completion of the field map- ping of the Second Land Utilisation Survey under the direction of Miss Alice Coleman The original confirmation of the grant was too late for the recruitment of sufficient field workers for the summer session of 1966 The Ministry also made one-year grant for admin- istrative expenses The greater part of the survey of England and Wales has now been completed and good progress has beeni made in Scotland The East African contract with the Roads Research Labora- tory for work on East African rainfall experienced difficulties in the
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