Physical Geography PhD Talks 2015

15 October 2015, 2.00 PM - 15 October 2015, 4.00 PM

Peel Lecture Theatre, School of Geographical Sciences, University Road, Bristol

These short talks will be given by end-of-first-year PhD students in Physical Geography.  The outline of the talks is below.

14:00-14:15   Mike Cooper: What lies beneath: a radioglaciological study of Greenland

14:15-14:30    Rory Hollings: How rainstorms shape dryland landscapes

14:30-14:45    James Crosby: The fate of Greenland's nutrients: A fjord biogeochemical modelling study

14:45-15:00   Erik Mackie: Mapping circulation changes in the Southern Ocean

15:00-15:15    Alan Kennedy: Antarctic glaciation at the Eocene-Oligocene Transition

15:15-15:30    Moya MacDonald: Trace gas production in the cryosphere

15:30-15:45    Rebeca Perez Figueroa: Assessment of flood hazard due to land use and climate change in the Valley of Mexico

15:45-16:00    Guillaume Lamarche-Gagnon: Subglacial biogeochemistry: gauging the “bio” in CH4, H2, and nutrients exports and cycling

Followed by drinks and nibbles in the Geography common room. All welcome.

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