Hello, I’m Jamie. I study geography and
sociology. I’m currently here in Spain on a field work trip, standing in a small
town at the moment. We’re looking at traditional water management and sort of how they use the different sources of water such as the springs, reservoirs, rain water and the runoff. And just seeing how they use this small amount of water that they actually get a year. I’m Hannah and I’m studying geography and sociology at Brookes, and we’re in Spain. We’re staying at Carbomeris and we’re looking at ephemeral channels. So my project is on comparing upstream/downstream, and it means that we can learn a bit more about the ephemeral channels and it helps with
water management. I’m studying geography and international relations at Brookes and we’re here in Spain at the moment. My investigation is the differences in
characteristics of upland and lowland areas of an ephemeral channel and
looking into the Darcy-Weisbach equation, and seeing whether that is accurate or not as well. Hello, I’m Hannah and I do geography and sports coaching. And we’re out in Spain looking at ephemeral channels. But also , we tried some of the local cuisine and I ate curried snails and they were muy bien! Hi, I’m Sophie Sweetland. I study geography and anthropology. This week we’ve been in sunny Spain. The weather has been fantastic. And we’ve been studying abandoned terrace fields and looking at gully erosion as well as ground-truth-mapping. Hello, I’m William Campbell, and I study geography and anthropology. And our group in Spain was to study ground-truth-mapping and soil erosion from abandoned terraces which was very good. Hi, my name is Charlie Foster. I’m studying geography with international relations combined. And we’re in sunny Spain, and we have been measuring erosion rates on abandoned terraces. And the whole week has been really fun, we’ve enjoyed being in the countryside.