Research Interest 1
My research is focused on Geomorphology and Geochronology to establish how the Earth surface responds to environmental change by using past response as analogue for the future. I also develop new technologies for environmental sciences, especially improving precision and accuracy of chronometric techniques and exploring opto-electronic properties of environmental materials to extend the range of materials available for dating, and developing new and non-destructive techniques to derive proxy data for environmental conditions.
Research Group Membership
- International Symposium on Sediment dynamics in changing environments
- Resilience and sustainability of Chinese agricultural landscapes: palaeoenvironmental perspectives.
- Value in People Award Scheme
- Exploring an archive of (neo-)tectonic movements in the Western Balkans
- Aggregate extraction in the Ribble Valley.
- Testing and calibration of soils model ¿ (validation and development of modelled soil magnetism maps for de mining activities year 2).
- Modelling soil magnetism for defence humanitarian and environmental purposes.