Category Archives: Biography

In search of morels

Morels are somewhat of a holy grail for fungi enthusiasts and foraging chefs. Fruits of the Morchella genus are nutritious, delicious (so we’re told) and incredibly hard to find, making them one of the most desired mushrooms in the world. … Continue reading

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Farewell to a Master – restoring ecosystems, and with high hopes for Arsenal!

Professor Tim Burt, Master of Hatfield College and Professor of Geography, Durham University, ‘retired’ on 31 August.  Two friends, Professors Alan Werritty and Des Thompson, reflect on some of Tim’s work and influence on ecosystem restoration and management, so important … Continue reading

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