Abi Stone

Abi is a Quaternary Scientist, Dryland Geomorphologist and Hydrogeologist, based at the Geography department in SEED at the University of Manchester as a lecturer in Physical Geography. She is also a Visiting Research Associate at the SoGE at the University of Oxford, where she contributes to teaching on the MSc in Water Science Policy and Management. She moved from an early career teaching and research fellowship at St John’s College Oxford in 2014 after post-doctoral and doctoral research in Oxford and studying an MSc at Royal Holloway, University of London. Abi is interested in dry places on earth: her research interests lie within the understanding of the dynamics of dryland systems, including environmental change, landscape dynamics and groundwater resources. These processes and dynamics operate over a range of timescales from the late Quaternary to the present. Other interests include photography, any excuses to travel, cycling and other ways to spend time outdoors.

You can follow her research on the links below:

https://abistone.wordpress.com/author/abistone/

http://www.manchester.ac.uk/research/abigail.stone/

http://www.geog.ox.ac.uk/staff/astone.html

http://www.abistone.com/

@AbiStone on twitter

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Dreaming of the Desert: Tracing old river courses in the northern Namib Sand Sea. | Namibia

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