QNHG

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QNHGQatar Natural History Group
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Members of the Qatar Natural History Group with Dr Andrew Petersen.
The Qatar Natural History Group had invited marine biologist Steffen Bach from Maersk Oil Research Centre in Qatar to talk about the ongoing Qatar Whale Shark Research project (QWSR).
This much-loved event has been organised annually since 1980 by the Qatar Natural History Group, joined in recent years by members of the Doha Players.
In a presentation to the December meeting of the Qatar Natural History Group (www.qnhg.org), Dr Christian Strohmenger, who is ExxonMobil Research Qatar's geological adviser and team lead for the Qatar Centre for Coastal Research, gave a lively description of the unique sabkha which he has studied along the Abu Dhabi coastline in the vicinity of Al-Qanatir Island and at the Mussafah Industrial Channel.
At a meeting of the Qatar Natural History Group on Wednesday evening, Professor Moain Sadeq of the Department of Humanities at Qatar University gave a fascinating presentation on the subject of art and architecture in transition in the Islamic world, demonstrating that what is often thought of as "typical" Islamic art actually has its origins in far older times.
At the final meeting of the Qatar Natural History Group (QNHG) on Wednesday, biologists Drs Renee Richer, Weill Cornell University at Qatar, and Aurora Castilla, Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute, teamed up with QNHG Chairperson Dr April Conkey of Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar to reveal the results of their researches into the life of a common desert-dwelling reptile.
He was speaking to members of the Qatar Natural History Group on Wednesday evening.
There will be a special meeting of the Qatar Natural History Group (QNHG) on Wednesday 18 April at 7pm at the Doha English Speaking School.
There will be a meeting of the Qatar Natural History Group on Wednesday 4 April at 7.00 pm at the Doha English Speaking School.
An audience of over 150 attended a meeting on Wednesday (Feb 1), of the Qatar Natural History Group, when gave a presentation on 'Pearls and the Making of the Arabian Gulf'.
There will be a meeting of the Qatar Natural History Group tomorrow at 7 pm at the Doha English Speaking School.
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