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(Online) Histories: Investigating Land Use History
16 April 2021
6:00pm – 7:00pm
As an environmental consultant, Tony O’Dempsey conducts fieldwork, research and analysis to characterise habitats and identify the species present. Collections, such as maps and aerial photographs, from the National Archives of Singapore (NAS), provide some historical perspectives of how past land uses have impacted the development of forest habitat after the land has been vacated. The work sometimes takes on a life of its own, branching into research on significant figures of our past.
About the Speaker
Tony O’Dempsey is an Environmental Consultant, involved in fieldwork and analysis in support of Environmental Impact Studies in Singapore. He has a keen interest in the developmental history of Singapore and always finds ways to incorporate research about historical matters into his work.
About the Series
This series highlights research on historical and related matters in Singapore and the region, creating an appreciation of the role of humanities and social science research in contemporary society.
Online Programme/Event Administrative Information
- This programme is conducted entirely online. You may access Zoom via the app or using a web browser
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