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jim-social-media 001I am an associate professor in the Department of History at the University of Saskatchewan. I study the environmental history of Britain and the British World in the long-nineteenth century and teach environmental, European, transnational and digital history . See my university profile for more information.

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  1. I have just stumbled across your website. I work for the UK Government as planning/ regeneration advisor for Olympic legacy, and (nevertheless) have a long standing interest in the history of the River Lea, Abercrombies ambitions, and in how we might raise the quality of he riverand its value to the surrounding area – not only as a ecological retreat and ‘leisure area’ but as an educational piece of urban history and management. I would be interested to read your papers and hear any of your emerging conclusions

  2. Hi, just came across your website. How interesting… I am doing my PhD looking into impacts of urban catchments on water and sediment quality. My study is focusing on the Lower Lee catchment and I would love to read your papers and keep in touch…

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