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Melanie Leng

Professor of Isotope Geosciences, Faculty of Science

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Professor Melanie Leng is the Director of the Centre of Environmental Geochemistry based at the University of Nottingham and a Science Director at the British Geological Survey where she manages the… read more

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Professor Melanie Leng is the Director of the Centre of Environmental Geochemistry based at the University of Nottingham and a Science Director at the British Geological Survey where she manages the Stable Isotope Group, part of the family of National Facilities, a role which involves a collaborative service role for the UK academic geosciences community. Her research focus is in climate and environmental change in the Antarctic Ocean, over Northern Europe, the Mediterranean and East Africa. She has a keen interest in developing research within the International Continental scientific Drilling Program and is involved with projects around deep drilling of Lake Ohrid, Lake Challa and various sites in East Africa, all associated with climate influences on the Earth and its inhabitants through geological time.

More information: Googlescholar, Twitter @MelJLeng, Mel's blogs

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