Cluster Co-ordinating Team
- Professor David Thomas
- Sam Woor
Graduate Research Students
We have a number of graduate research students actively involved in current research:
Bailey AndersonThe effects of land cover changes on streamflow in the United States; a large sample statistical attribution approach.
Tim BaxterBiodiversity and bioprotection of historic maritime structures: a possible win-win?
Dáire BrowneBreathing Stones - developing laser spectroscopic methods to study moisture uptake and release by historic limestone in polluted urban environments
Marcus BuechelComprehending changing climate and landscape influence on hydrological systems
David CrowhurstDynamics Controlling the Seasonal Cycle of Congo Basin Evaporation
Blen Taye GemedaA holistic approach to diagnosing the deterioration of rock-hewn structures in Lalibela, Ethiopia
Abdul Wahid KhanThe Blessings of the Commons (Muzhayo) for the Local Community and More-than-Humans of Chitral, Pakistan and the Influence of Neoliberal and Nationalization Projects: An Apocalypse of a Culturalscape
Sina Maghami NickThe meaning of nomadism for Bakhtiari mobile pastoralists in the Zagros Mountains of Iran
Ian MayburyFrom books to bricks: hyperspectral imaging for heritage
Anca MihalacheTime-varying electricity tariffs policy design: an integrated approach
Emily NeilAssessing the impacts of rewilding at the Knepp Estate, UK, using ensemble ecosystem and agent-based models
Maike NowatzkiExploring Morphology and Morphological Drivers of Dunefields using Deep Learning and Remote Sensing Approaches
Pirta PalolaTowards integrated land-sea management: mapping and modelling ecological connectivity in tropical coastal environments
Kathryn RoycePreservation of geological collections
Kenta SayamaFrom datapoints to heritage recognition -establishing geoheritage and geocultural values of Quaternary palaeoenvironmental sites in South-east Arabia
Jasper VerschuurVulnerability and resilience of global port infrastructure and dependent supply-chains to natural disasters
Natasha WallumDetermining controls on aeolian dust emissions: analysis of dynamic processes at Etosha Pan, Namibia
Ella WalshLate Quaternary hydrological change from valley fill complexes in Namibia
Sam WoorThe evolution of Late Quaternary alluvial landscapes in northern Oman
Interested in studying with us?
Please see our International Graduate School for more information and how to apply.
Visiting Research Associates
We also host visiting researchers throughout the year and have a number of associated and affiliated non-resident researchers:
Dr Moctar Dembélé
Honorary Research Associate
Interested in becoming a Visiting Research Associate?
Please see our Policy and Criteria for Visiting Research Associate Status for more information.