I have a broad physical geography background and have specialized in areas relating to natural hazards, human-induced climate change, geology and archaeology. My current research interests include the use of a UV camera to detect sulphur dioxide degassing events in relation to volcanic triggering at Pacaya volcano in Guatemala. I am also project coordinator for the SPICE project which is a comprehensive feasibility study into the engineering challenges, potential impacts and ethics of climate engineering using one type of solar radiation management.
I read BSc Physical Geography at the University of Reading and MSc Environmental Change & Management at the University of Oxford. I have a previously worked in various settings including the scientific administration for the Theme Leaders at the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and also briefly in Flood Risk Management at the Environment Agency (EA). I am currently employed part-time as Project Coordinator of the SPICE Project in Bristol Earth Sciences. This employment helps support my research (PhD) into the system dynamics of Pacaya Volcano Guatemala, via satellite and ground-based remote sensing. I also have a keen interest in risk ...
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