Human drought in the Anthropocene with Anne Van Loon

Anne Van Loon is a Lecturer at the University of Birmingham. Her research is focused on catchment hydrology and hydrogeology. She studies the relationship between climate, landscape/geology, and hydrological extremes and its variation around the world. She is especially interested in the influence of storage in groundwater, human activities, and cold conditions (snow and glaciers) on the […]

The Troodos Ophiolite in Cyprus with Michael Anenburg

Michael Anenburg is a PhD student in the Research School of Earth Sciences of the Australian National University. He is a regular contributor to OnCirculation, the blog of the school. His research focuses on using field observations and experimental petrology to study the PGE (platinum-group elements) in sulfide ore deposits, the REE (rare earth elements) […]