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Annual Report of the Delegacy liii Eastbourne and Berkhamstead Mr Lawrence lectured at Luton College of Technology on maps and computers and conducted field classes for External degree students at Rogate and at Glasgow Professor Morgan gave seminar on 'Food and labour in West Africa' to the London University seminar on population and food resources at the Centre of International and Area Studies read paper on 'Marginality in Scotland' to the Institute of British Geographers and addressed the Kingston branch of the Geographical Association on 'Agricultural change in West Africa' Dr Morgan gave guest lectures at the University of Edmonton Professor Pugh gave lectures elsewhere in London and in Bristol MrJ Matthews in collaboration with Mr Beckett Botany read paper on 'Variation in the distribution morphology and productivity of plants in front of Jotunheimen glac- iers' at the 2nd International Ecological Society Symposium on 'Plants in Severe Environments' held in Dubrovnik Yugoslavia Professor Morgan was member of the committees on agricultural geography and on underdeveloped areas Dr Rose served on the Council of the British Lichen Society for whom he has organ- ised on national level the mapping of British lichen flora on an international level he is collaborating with the University of Lille in similar organisation covering Western Europe at the invitation of the University of Lille on behalf of the French Government he visited France to investigate air pollution patterns in the Lille region by lichenological assay Dr Brunsden edited reports of the British Geo- morphological Research Group was member of the Council and Executive Committee of the Geographical Association and of the Executive Committee of the Engineering Geology Group of the Geological Society of London Dr Embleton was Honorary Editor and Member of Council of the Institute of British Geographers and by invitation visited Brno in Czechoslovakia to assist in the preparation of the Manual of Geomorphological Mapping for the International Geographical Union FACULTY OF EDUCATION Number of Students Graduate Certificate in Education 130 Academic Diploma in Education 13 by Examination and Dissertation Phil Μ il Μ ί ρ Ph
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