Geography links for the week ending 22nd January

  1. The Northern Ireland assembly has been dissolved. What does this mean for the future of the peace process and power sharing? Find out here. For a background to ‘the Troubles’ in Northern Ireland click here.

2. The British Antarctic survey are shutting down their Halley VI base temporarily due to large cracks in the ice shelf.

3. An earthquake struck the mountainous Appenines region in Italy on Wednesday. This is a really interesting piece explaining the geology of the area and the regions ability to mitigate the effects of earthquakes.

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