Monthly Archive: November 2014

PhD Student, Glacial Hydrology, Marc Matterson @MarcMatterson: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Marc Matterson CURRENT TITLE:  PhD student and lecturer at the University of Salford, England AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Glacial hydrology, sedimentology, modelling and climatology YEARS EXPERIENCE:  3 years (BSc Geography) EDUCATION:  First class honours BSc Geography whilst also obtaining the…
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Post Doc, Water Resources Natural Hazards, Mike Simpson @mike_simpson_82: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Mike Simpson CURRENT TITLE:  Postdoctoral Research Assistant on Decision Analysis for Natural Hazards, University of Oxford, United Kingdom AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Hydrology and Water Resources Modelling YEARS EXPERIENCE:  7 EDUCATION:  PhD in Water Resource Assessment (nearly finished!); MSc in…
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Lecturer, Glaciologist, Dr. Tom Holt @tom_holt: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Dr. Tom Holt CURRENT TITLE:  Lecturer in Physical Geography AREA OF EXPERTISE:  I am a glaciologist who uses remote sensing data and techniques to assess changes to the cryosphere, focusing on the structural and dynamic evolution of ice sheets,…
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PhD Candidate, Volcano Seismology, Kathi Unglert @volcanokathi: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Kathi Unglert CURRENT TITLE:  PhD Candidate at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver (since 2011) AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Volcano seismology, other volcano geophysics, machine learning YEARS EXPERIENCE: 5 EDUCATION:  After graduating with a combined BSc in geosciences from Ludwig-Maximilians-University/Technical…
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PhD Student, Hydrology, Wouter Berghuijs @wberghuijs: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Wouter Berghuijs CURRENT TITLE: PhD Student AREA OF EXPERTISE: Since January 2014, I have been a PhD student at the University of Bristol (United Kingdom), working in the field of hydrology. Hydrology is the science that tries to understand and…
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