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Monitoring recovery of streams from acidification in the Wye catchment

... Staff: Ray Tangney, Alan Orange, Katherine Slade, Sally Whyman Bryophytes and lichens are being ...

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Lower Plants Research

... Research Projects Staff: Ray Tangney & Alan Orange Monitoring recovery of streams from ...

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Staff Profiles & Projects

... to British Fulgoroidea (with Alan Stewart, University of Sussex) and faunistic studies on British ...

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Taxonomy of 'brown' species of Verrucaria in Britain

... Staff: Alan Orange Verrucaria is a large but poorly known genus. Several British species which ...

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Description and relationships of some parasitic Verrucariaceae

... Staff: Alan Orange This study will investigate a parasitic species of the Verrucariales. It is ...

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Revision of the species in the Verrucaria dolosa-murina group

... Staff: Alan Orange The lichen genus Verrucaria is notorious for the simple structure and similar ...

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E-Steddfod 2007 Winners

... . Humorous Epitaph Lynda Gasantiou, Groeg / Greece John O Pritchard, Canada Alan J Williams, Tongwynlais ...

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Staff

... Tangney Alan Orange : Curator of Lichens My research focuses on the family of lichens known as ...

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9 September 2010

... our archive from 1965 of a basketmaker at work. Alan from 10four design has made some beautiful ...

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St Dwynwen's Day Cards and a Mocktail

27 January 2014

... February where we'll be discussing Alan Hollinghurst's 'The Stranger's Child'. It's a big book, so you'd ...

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Some facts and figures regarding Gorsedd ceremonies

... has been achieved by: T.H.Parry-Williams - 1912 and 1915 Alan Llwyd - 1973 and 1976 Donald Evans ...

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Bardic high achievers

... the Chair in the same year has been achieved by: T.H.Parry-Williams — 1912 and 1915 Alan ...

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Where Gladiators Fought - Discoveries at Caerleon's Roman Amphitheatre

... . In 1939, Alan Sorrell, a well-known painter of archaeological reconstructions shows the amphitheatre ...

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A nation that spotlights poets

... worthy of the national prize. In an article in the National Geographic in 1965 the Australian, Alan ...

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The Ghost Orchid: one of Britain's rarest plants

... ). Harley, R. M. (1962). Obituary: Rex Alan Henry Graham. Proceedings of the Botanical Society of the ...

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9 September 2010

... our archive from 1965 of a basketmaker at work. Alan from 10four design has made some beautiful ...

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St Dwynwen's Day Cards and a Mocktail

27 January 2014

... February where we'll be discussing Alan Hollinghurst's 'The Stranger's Child'. It's a big book, so you'd ...

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  • National Museum Cardiff

    National Museum Cardiff

    Discover art, natural history and geology. With a busy programme of exhibitions and events, we have something to amaze everyone, whatever your interest – and admission is free!

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    St Fagans

    St Fagans is one of Europe's foremost open-air museums and Wales's most popular heritage attraction.

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    Big Pit

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    National Wool Museum

    Located in the historic former Cambrian Mills, the Museum is a special place with a spellbinding story to tell.

  • National Roman Legion Museum

    National Roman Legion Museum

    In AD 75, the Romans built a fortress at Caerleon that would guard the region for over 200 years. Today at the National Roman Legion Museum you can learn what made the Romans a formidable force and how life wouldn't be the same without them.

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    National Slate Museum

    The National Slate Museum offers a day full of enjoyment and education in a dramatically beautiful landscape on the shores of Llyn Padarn.

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    National Waterfront Museum

    The National Waterfront Museum at Swansea tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years.

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    Rhagor (Welsh for ‘more’) offers unprecedented access to the amazing stories that lie behind our collections.