Andrew Plater

Andrew Plater

I’m currently the Head of Department of Geography and Planning. My research interest is largely on coastal environmental change – although I’m also active in several allied areas of environmental and sustainability research.

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Calum Preece

Calum Preece

I am currently in the second year of my PhD in marine biogeochemistry. My research is focused on how nutrients are supplied to drive production within shelf seas.

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Claire Mahaffey

Claire Mahaffey

I am a marine biogeochemist. My primary research focus is nutrient biogeochemistry, with emphasis on sources of nitrogen and phosphorus to phytoplankton in the open ocean, and the inextricable relationship between nutrients and cycling of carbon in the marine environment.

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Harry Leach

Harry Leach

I am a physical oceanographer and have worked on processes on a variety of scales including large scale circulation, the role of eddies and fronts and, more recently, small scale mixing.

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Janine Kavanagh

Janine Kavanagh

I am a volcanologist who specialises in understanding the development and evolution of volcanic plumbing systems.  I moved to Liverpool in January 2013 to take up a lectureship in Geology in the School of Environmental Sciences...

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Rachael Lem

Rachael Lem

My experience as a young woman within the world of academia has always been a positive one. I started my career as an undergraduate within the Environmental Change group at the University of Nottingham which is lead by a predominance of women.

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Sophia Kochalski

Sophia Kochalski

I’m doing a PhD on sustainable coastal fisheries at the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences. Before I came to the Liverpool, I studied in Germany and Spain. After my PhD, I would like to stay in academia and pursue the direction of social fishery science.

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Tom Bishop

Tom Bishop

I'm a PhD student in Ecology researching the diversity patterns of ants. I have always had women scientists influencing my own career and leading my research field.

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