Department of Geography Staff
|Dr Amogh Mudbhatkal||Technician
Environmental engineering, Catchment/Watershed Hydrology, Hydrological modelling, GIS, Remote Sensing/GIS applications in hydrology
|Dr Andrew Kythreotis||Senior Lecturer - Social & Political Geography
Climate Change Policy, Politics and Governance; Political and Social Geography; Political Ecology of the State; Environmental Knowledge Construction; Scale Debate in Human Geography; Evidenced-based Policy and Open Science
|Mr Brendan Bellis||Senior Lecturer in Military Education
Autonomy, technology and operational environmental resource management
|Ms Cate Warriner||School Administrator
|Dr Daniel Magnone||Deputy Head of Life and Environmental Sciences (Geography)
|Dr Dilkushi de Alwis Pitts||Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography
Remotely sensed surface dynamics, climate change, food and water security, technology transfer
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|Mr Donall Cross||Post Doctoral Research Associate
|Prof Edward Hanna||Professor of Climate Science and Meteorology / Programme Leader
climate change; Greenland Ice Sheet mass balance; meteorology; North Atlantic Oscillation; storminess; seasonal weather prediction; solar eclipses
|Miss Gertruda Zieniute||Associate Lecturer
|Dr Harriet Moore||Senior Lecturer
River restoration, environmental behaviour, social disparity, emergency medical services, COVID-19, mental health.
|Dr Ian Simpson||Post Doctoral Research Associate in Seasonal Weather Prediction
As well as weather forecasting (both short and long-range), I have a strong interest in, and experience with, precipitation variability (especially convective precipitation), synoptic climatology, climate statistics, and historic weather events.
|Mr James Thomas||Research Assistant
|Dr Jay Emery||Lecturer in Human Geography
Socio-spatial inequalities; Social Geography; Urban Geography; Cultural Geography; Historical Geography
|Dr Joseph Harwood||Senior Technician
Analytical Geochemistry (XRF, XRD, SEM), Sedimentology and Photogrammetry utilising UAV technology
|Mrs Josephine Westlake||Associate Lecturer
Hydrology, Geomorphology, Geophysical Hazards
|Dr Julian Clifton||Senior Lecturer / Programme Leader
Environmental management, conservation and policy; maritime communities and marine conservation; rural development; climate change policy
|Dr Katie Campbell||Postdoctoral Research Associate in Rivers of the Silk Road
|Dr Kristen Beck||Senior Lecturer / Programme Leader
I specialise in disentangling the relationships between aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem dynamics through time using high resolution multi-proxy palaeoecological data. A lot of my work is focused on Tasmania, Australia, with newer projects in the UK and Canada.
|Dr Linh Luu||PDRA (Greenland Climate Change)
|Dr Luca Mao||Associate Professor / Programme Leader
River science; fluvial geomorphology; hydrology
|Dr Mark Ashman||Senior Lecturer in Meteorology and Oceanography
Agricultural science, meteorology and navigation
|Dr Mark Charlesworth||Associate Lecturer
|Prof Mark Macklin||Distinguished Professor of River Systems and Global Change
River channel and floodplain responses to climate change, long-term human-river environment interactions, alluvial archaeology, flood-risk assessment, metal mining pollution and its impact on ecosystem and human health, and the hydrological controls of malaria.
|Dr Mark Schuerch||Associate Professor in Physical Geography
Coastal and estuarine sediment dynamics, climate change and sea level rise, coastal ecosystems, coastal management, coastal adaptation
|Dr Matthew Hannaford||Senior Lecturer in Human Geography
Disasters; Environmental history; Climate change adaptation
|Ms Miyo Yoshizaki||Graduate Demonstrator
|Mr Steven Shanks||Senior Lecturer in Meteorology and Oceanography
Steven has over a decade of offshore survey experience and his subject specialism would be Hydrography with Oceanography in particular Global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) and underwater acoustic positioning systems.
|Mr Tariqul Islam||Associate Lecturer
Urban and rural development panning; Hazard studies and disaster risk reduction; Environmental and natural resource management; Climate-change impact; Landuse change detection and mapping, GIS and Remote sensing technique application.
|Dr Thomas O'Shea||Hydrodynamic and Hydromorphic Modeller
Social Theory, Flooding, Modelling, Complexity, Sustainability & Resilience.
|Dr Yeran Sun||Senior Lecturer in Geography
Quantitative Human Geography; GIS; Transport and Mobility; Healthy Built Environment; Geospatial Big Data Analytics; GeoAI