Thanks to all those who have been following this blog for the last few years. Now that we have finished our PhDs and are starting new academic projects of our own in different areas we have decided that it is best for us both to blog on our own dedicated websites, rather than on this shared space. We will leave the Topograph archive as it is, but please be aware that this blog will no longer be updated.
Martin is now a British Academy and Nottingham Research Fellow in the Department of Geography at the University of Nottingham, working on the historical geographies of science, empire and climate. He now has a dedicated website for updates from his project.
Helen is currently a Senior Research Associate at the University of East Anglia working on a UK Energy Research Centre Project on public participation in energy transitions. From April 2016 she will be taking up a lectureship in the Human Geography of the Environment at the University of East Anglia. Follow her new blog for updates on new research projects and teaching.