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GeoMapping Unit: Dissertations

The rapid growth in the acquisition and use of geospatial data now applies to many disciplines and this unit offers expertise in GIS, map/illustration design, GPS, terrain modelling, air photo interpretation and other areas.

Dissertations

The GeoMapping Unit holds a copy of past undergraduate dissertations completed as part of the Geography and Environmental Science programmes. They are available for use by current students to give inspiration in terms of ideas, organisation and layout. Dissertations can be studied in LabPlus or loaned out (max 3 for a 1 week period) to consult outside the LabPlus environment.

Those which achieved a 2:1 grade are indicated with yellow stickers , those achieving a 1st grade with red stickers 

Geography Dissertations

The Geography dissertations are organised into the subject groupings described in the following document:

A list of the last 4 years of undergraduate Geography dissertations can be found in the following document:

An archive of older dissertations exists (only those awarded a 2:1 or 1st) going back to 1996, but due to space limitations we cannot offer a browsing opportunity for these documents. They can however be retrieved if requested - please supply the code from the listings to one of the GeoMapping team. The list of these older dissertation follows:

Environmental Science Dissertations

The Environmental Science dissertations are organised into the subject groupings described in the following document:

A list of the of undergraduate Environmental Sciences dissertations can be found in the following document: