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Student Profiles

We have a number of research students in the school. You can view their profiles below.

Cultural and Historical Geography

Students
NameResearch topic

Jahzeel Aguilera Lara

 

Environmental history and collective memory in Central West Mexico

Sue Bestwick

 

Milo Bettocchi

 

Anna Colin

Anna Colin
What makes an alternative space?

Juliette Cross

 

Anna-Meagan Fairley

 

Julia Feuer-Cotter

The First Road North - the historical and cultural geographies of Alaska's Arctic Haul Road

Iona Fitzpatrick

 

Alexander Harby

Alexander Harby
Geographies of war gaming

Philip Jagessar

 

Felix de Montety

Felix de Montety
The Silk Road: an imaginative geography c1870-1960

Tracey Mooney

Environmental history of Whittlesea Mere

Alastair Munro

 

Stephen Radley

 

Benjamin Thorpe

Benjamin Thorpe
Pan-Europa: the birth of the supranational in interwar Europe

Kate Whiston

Kate Whiston
Ruffling Feathers: Contesting aesthetics and athleticism in British pigeon fancying, c.1850-1939

 

Economic Worlds

Students
NameResearch topic

Roger Brackin

 

Joseph Daniels

Joseph Daniels
Crowdfunding Cities: the geographies of crowd-funded urban development

Alastair Grey

 

Joseph Hewitt

Joseph Hewitt
Tackling disability, developing livelihoods: Investigating orthotic programmes, microfinance and employment futures in Africa

Sarah Kelsey

 

Philip Northall

Philip Northall
Sustaining Urban Habitats: an interdisciplinary approach

Kieran Phelan

 

Graham Stack

 

 

Environment and Society

Students
NameResearch topic

Stephen Aondoakaa

Stephen Aondoakaa
Investigating the impacts of pit latrines on groundwater quality in Benue state, Nigeria

Thomas Aubertin

 

Alfred Dongzagla

The quality, accessibility and reliability of improved water sources and livelihoods in Sub-Saharan Africa; the case of Northern Ghana

Prasujya Gogoi

Prasujya Gogoi
Landscape evolution and flood inundation modelling in large, complex braided river Brahmaputra, A case study of Majuli Island, North East India

Mohsen Gul

Mohsen Gul
Drivers and barriers to environmental volunteering amongst youth in Global North and Global South: a comparative study of United Kingdom and Pakistan

Kwabena Gyan-Amponsah

 

Stephen Jones

A transdisciplinary examination of UK arable farmer's perspectives on soil quality

William Knight

Public engagement with UK shale gas development

Vivyan Lisewski-Hobson

Public access to woodland for recreation, conservation and education

Jack Lort

 

Tobias Pierce

 

Anthony Shenton

 

Neven Tandarić

Neven Tandaric
Planning for cultural ecosystem services: A study of socialist and post-socialist Croatia

Ivan Tekic

Environmental history and historical geography of woodlands of coastal Dalmatia, Croatia

Sarem Ugoh

Sarem Ugoh
Walking the sweet orange food chain: Agri-food geographies of orange postharvest losses
Paphaphit Wanasuk Socio-environmental impacts of the commodity chain of mulberry sericin soaps in Thailand
Maxwell Wiafe The sustainable urban solid waste management in Ghana. A case study in Accra and Kumasi

 

Geosciences

Students
NameResearch topic

Ahmad Alshdaifat

 

Nachnoer Arss

Nachnoer Arss
Interaction with Projected Augmented Relief Model

Steven Bachman

 

Susana Baena Gallo

 

Marzhan Baigaliyeva

Closed lakes hydrology - Burabay case study

Joseph Bailey

Joseph Bailey
Advancing biodiversity and species distribution modelling with geodiversity

Charlotte Briddon

 

Chloe Brown

Remote sensing investigation of how oil palm cultivation is degrading Malaysia's tropical peatland ecosystem service

Chris Chandler

Chris Chandler
Spatial and temporal patterns of liana success in Malaysia
Liam Clark National-scale model of water surface width based on UK river flow data and remote sensing
Vanessa Cutts Evolutionary dynamics in changing environments: using oceanic islands as natural experiments
Rowan Dejardin Understanding global teleconnections between ocean and atmosphere over the transition from the last glacial maximum (ca. 25ka) to the present in the Southern Ocean
Olumese Efeovbokhan  
Henry Fell  
Renoy Girindran  
James Hicks The thermal vulnerability of Malaysian lizards

Emma Higgins

Emma Higgins
Remote sensing of ectotherms' thermal vulnerability to climate and land cover change

Bethany Jackson

Bethany Jackson
Slavery from space: An analysis of the South Asian brick kiln industry using remotely sensed imagery

Luis Fernando Legarda Garzon

 

Haydar Benyacub Martinez Izquierdo Dyrzo

 

Shaun Maskrey

Shaun Maskrey

Geosciences/Environment and Society

Supporting local flood risk decision-making using participatory modelling
Liberty Mgbanyi A chronicle of drainage basin morphometry and channel morphology in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Of Nigeria
Justin Moat  

Nicholas Primmer

Nicholas Primmer
Low latitude holocene climate change from varve analysis

Roberto Santos

 

Basiru Shehu Gwandu

Spatial and scale optimisation for crop-based biofuel production facilities in Nigeria using GIS and Remote Sensing Technologies

Pooja Singh

 

Thomas Stanton

Thomas Stanton

Geosciences/Environment and Society

Sources, pathways and receptors of microplastic pollution in the UK
Simon Tarr Predicting climate change effects on Anolis lizards using physiological models and ecological traits
Catherine Waite The use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and Microlight Aircraft for high-resolution image capture

Hazel Wilson

Hazel Wilson
Reefs of Rubbish: Understanding the role of litter in streams to inform sustainable management of urban infrastructure

Savannah Worne

Savannah Worne
Investigating Bering Sea oceanographic controls on the Milankovitch orbital cycle climatic shift during the middle Pleistocene

Jamal Zaherpour

Jamal Zaherpour
Better representation of climate change impacts from multi-model ensembles

Linghan Zeng

 

 

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