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21 - 21 December 2014
Christmas Lecture 2014
Darwin Christmas Lecture door Prof. dr. Jan de Leeuw


Datum: 21 december 2014
Tijd: 13.15 – 16.00
Locatie: Museum Naturalis (Leiden)


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Darwin Christmas Lecture 2014
De Darwin Christmas lecture wordt jaarlijks georganiseerd door het Darwin Center for Biogeosciences. Binnen het Darwin Center for Biogeosciences houden toponderzoekers zich bezig met de vraag hoe het systeem aarde functioneert onder steeds veranderende omstandigheden. Het doel van deze lezing is om deze wetenschappelijke kennis toegankelijk te maken voor een breed publiek. Dit jaar wordt de lezing gegeven door Prof. dr. Jan de Leeuw.Meer informatie

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