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    Greenhouse gas emissions from the natural gas supply chain

    Greenhouse gas emissions from the natural gas supply chain

    What is our current understanding of greenhouse gas emissions released during the production of natural gas? How can we reduce these emissions? Dr Paul Balcombe discusses the context for the Sustainable Gas Institute's first White Paper.

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    Professor Lidija Zdravkovic - Advanced geomechanics: hot, dehydrated and shaken

    Professor Lidija Zdravkovic - Advanced geomechanics: hot, dehydrated and shaken

    Professor Lidija Zdravkovic delivers her inaugural lecture on computationally modelling soils under extreme conditions to overcome our key geotechnical engineering challenges.

    • 1 Std. 17 Min.
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    Sustainable Gas Institute Annual Lecture 2015 - Dr David Allen

    Sustainable Gas Institute Annual Lecture 2015 - Dr David Allen

    This is the first annual lecture by the Sustainable Gas Institute from Dr David Allen, a chemical engineer at the University of Texas at Austin. Title: 'Increased Natural Gas Production, Methane Emissions and Change, A US Perspective'.

    • 1 Std. 6 Min.
    Parasite mystery

    Parasite mystery

    Pentastomids, which live inside vertebrates, have been around for much longer than their hosts – so how did they live before? Dr Mark Sutton explains the latest findings. (Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 3 June 2015)

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    When sponges ruled the Earth

    When sponges ruled the Earth

    Naomi Jordan explains what newly found fossils tell us about the creatures that dominated in the Ordovician period, 480 million years ago. (Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 13 May 2015)

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    Expedition to sample the Chicxulub crater

    Expedition to sample the Chicxulub crater

    Dr Joanna Morgan is part of an international team that will drill into the seabed off the coast of Mexico to take samples from the crater of the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs. (Extract 4 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast)

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