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Senior Lecturer In Geography

My current research expertise is in the fields of Geoheritage, Geoconservation and Geotourism. I am also interested in Environmental Legislation (particularly relating to Geoconservation), and Glacial Environments (landforms, sediment associations and processes).

My teaching interests are: general physical geography especially geomorphology and biogeography; field-based interpretation of the physical environment, mainly in the UK and Malta; glacial environments (processes and geomorphology); Quaternary environmental change; geoconservation and nature conservation.
 

Brief CV    

2005-2008 - PGDip (with Distinction) in Environmental Law (part-time by e-learning), University of Central Lancashire.

1992-1997 - PhD thesis entitled 'The late Cenozoic sedimentary record of the Antarctic continental shelf', Liverpool John Moores University

1991-1992 - MSc in Organic Geochemistry, Organic Petrology and Petroleum Geochemistry, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

1986-1990 - BSc (Hons) Geology, University of Edinburgh