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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1969-1970-429

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Annual Report of the Delegacy lxvii Higher Degrees Ph Monehin 'Plantation agriculture in Western and mid- Western Nigeria Ph Thornes and 'Some factors affecting ero- sion and deposition in the Alto Duero Spain Ph External Goodridge 'The historical geography of the copper mining industry in Devon and Cornwall from 1800 to 1900 Phil Smith Ά study of the economic and social effects of major airport with special reference to Heathrow Airport Phil Robinson Studies of the depletion of the solar beam over Southern Africa Departmental Notes The demand for undergraduate places in the department continued high The year saw the admission of students for the Joint Honours degrees in Geography with Geology or Mathematics for the first time The Honours degree courses for the and the Sc degrees were rearranged during the session and in future the two courses will be identical on Course Unit basis the department thus becomes the first in London to admit students on degree course similar to the new Sc courses Changes in regulations and academic machinery have created much administrative confusion for Departments of Geography so that only three colleges in the University still provide courses in both Arts and Science Dr Morgan has put much effort into re- solving these difficulties and has brought order to the departmental organisation of courses and examinations The Joint School association with the department at the has been strengthened by the uni- fication of all Sc courses the department no longer admits students although minor variations in compulsory requirements at the two Colleges reflect the differences in emphasis Joint School field classes were held in the Low Countries in Mendip in Scotland and in Devon In addition field classes for King's students only were held in the New Forest and in Gower the latter being in practical surveying this is now duplicated at Easter and in July to cater for students who also have an Easter field class in Geology The pattern of all field teaching has been extensively revised in the last two years to involve individual observation rather than group instruction with beneficial results number of undergraduates have also taken part in
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