Laura Fielding is a PhD student at Lancaster University documenting the palaeodrainage history of the Nile River. You can read more about her research here. In January 2011 I set off on what was to be the first of four field trips as part of my PhD studying the provenance of the Nile delta cone sediments. Modern […]
Dr. Simon Cook is a Lecturer in Physical Geography at the School of Science and the Environment, Manchester Metropolitan University (S.J.Cook@mmu.ac.uk). You can follow him on Twitter @glacio_cook. Life in the Slip Stream, New Zealand: using high-octane data collection to keep up with rapid landscape change One of the most impressive places I’ve been during my […]
Jaroslaw Majka is a researcher and electron microprobe lab manager at Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Uppsala. You can read more about his research here. The Svalbard Archipelago is located in the northwestern corner of the Barents Shelf, at the latitudes similar to northernmost Greenland. This Arctic archipelago shows a geological record since Archean […]
Will is a joint Masters at the University at Buffalo and the University Centre in Svalbard. You can read more about his research here.
Lloyd White is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Southeast Asia Research Group (SEARG) at Royal Holloway University of London. He was previously based in Australia, where he worked as a Postdoc (funded by the Australia-India Strategic Research Fund) and PhD student at The Australian National University (2008-2012) and as a Research Geoscientist at […]