welcome!

Glaciology fieldwork, Iceland 2016 for University of Bristol - photo taken by Michael Cooper

Glaciology fieldwork, Iceland 2016 for University of Bristol - photo taken by Michael Cooper

I'm a Postgraduate Research Student within Bristol Glaciology Centre, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol. 

My research spans biogeochemistry to soil science and botany. I'm currently looking at glacial flour - the sediment that arises from subglacial rock and ice interaction. I have been on expedition to Patagonia, Chile (2017) and organised and led in Iceland (2016) and India (2018).

Egypt 2015, photo taken by Soeren Jonson

Egypt 2015, photo taken by Soeren Jonson

 

 

I completed my BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences at UCL in 2013. I am a passionate scuba diver and advocate for the environment and science education. I have had the opportunity to travel to some amazing places. Through a combination of my research, adventure and creativity I hope to try to show others not only how special our planet is, but also how it is changing so rapidly.
 

Illustration: Life under the sea is better...

Illustration: Life under the sea is better...

 

If you fancy reading about my escapades visit my blog, or if you'd like to get in touch, please feel free to contact me.

Best wishes, 
Sarah