Department of Geography and Earth Sciences
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Phone: 01970 622674
- Rates, pattens and controls of fluvial processes.
- The impact of anthropogenic activities on fluvial processes.
- The impact of Holocene environmental change on fluvial systems.
- The long term development of the fluvial landscape of Wales.
- Theoretical geomorphology, especially complexity and self organised criticality.
- Using historical documentary sources to infer geomorphological and climatic change.
- Hydropolitics and cultural geographies of rivers.
- PI: Can we harness knowledge of extreme geomorphological events to promote sustainable tourism? (funded by the Joy Welch Trust)
- PI: Scaling bedrock erosional processes across space and time: from pothole dynamics to gorge development (BSG funded)
- PI: Remembering a hydrographic society: flooding, drought, adaptation and culture in the Welsh colony of Patagonia, Argentina (funded by the British Academy)
- Co-I: SusNet Wales (Sustainability Network Wales): A collaborative multidisciplinary platform for inspiration and transformation of the next generation (RCUK funded)
- Marc Huband (2013)
- Janet Richardson (2013)
- 2009-present: Lecturer in Physical Geography through the medium of Welsh, Aberystwyth University
- 2008-2009: Welsh medium teaching fellow, Aberystwyth University
- 2006-2009: Phd, Aberystwyth University
- 2005: MSc River Basin Dynamics and Management, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
- 2004: BSc Physical Geography and Mathematics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth