Postgraduate research students

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  • Affiah Uduak (Earth Sciences)
    Vulnerability of the Nigerian coastal communities to climate change induced coastal hazard.
  • Alshanta Almukhtar (Earth Sciences)
    Applying low-temperature thermochronology to investigate the evolution of the post-orogenic landscape of Southern Africa.
  • Anderson Grant (Geo-Social Sci)
    The Geographies of Cross-Dressing, Drag and Transvestism (CDDT) in Scotland
  • Argemí Cierco Marta (Geo-Social Sci)
    Nature based coastal protection: a predictive model for marsh ecosystem services
  • Baxter Heather (Earth Sciences)
    Understanding coral survival in a warmer world; the role of historic coral bleaching.
  • Bell Alyssa (Geography-Science)
    Understanding coral survival in a warmer world; the role of historic coral bleaching
  • Bin Mohd Said Mohd Shahmy (Geomatics(R))
    Land public transportation system in Kuala Lumpur: Cartographic overview and comprehensive spatial analysis.
  • Blair Reina (Geography-Sci)
    Micro-and Nanoplastics in Wastewater Treatment Systems and Receiving Waters.
  • Boyle Louise (Geo-Social Sci)
    The social and anticipatory geographies of social anxiety disorder
  • Bruinsma Mette (Geo-Social Sci)
    Collecting Worlds, Learning Geography: Disciplinary History and Knowledge Production in the Undergraduate Geography Degree
  • Buchanan Danielle (Earth Sciences)
    Intertidal shore platform morphology and boulder dynamics
  • Cavazzin Bianca (Earth Sciences)
    Palaeotemperature Change in the Drought-prone Prairie
  • Christou Evangelos (Geo-Social Sci)
    Martian Fluid Compositions: The Habitability of Two Ancient Environments
  • Curley Edward (Geography-Sci)
    Investigating the impact of hydrodynamics on the behaviour of the endangered freshwater pearl mussel using field and laboratory approaches
  • Farquharson Lauren (Geo-Social Sci)
    L720 ‘Fearful landscapes’: parochial asylums and poorhouse lunatic wards – where the Scottish Poor and Lunacy Laws collided
  • Francoz Charlotte (Earth Sciences)
    F840 - Assessing Saltmarsh Resilience in a Changing Climate
  • Gilles Charlotte (Earth Sciences)
    Evaluating a multi-method approach for landslide susceptibility in Scotland
  • Griffin Sammy (Earth Sciences)
    The provenance of volatiles in asteroidal and planetary meteorites
  • Hutchinson John (Geo-Social Sci)
    Fabricating Landscape: Putting Scotland's Cultural Heritage in Question
  • Jackson Neil (Geography-Science)
    EPSRC iCASE 2016 Green biofilters: testing multifunctional urban greening solutions that improve asset resilience and air and water quality
  • Lacsny Elisabeth (Geo-Social Sci)
    ‘Our true intent is all for your delight’: mobility, artistry, craft and technology at work in Scotland’s travelling funfair.
  • Li Qing (Geo-Social Sci)
    Geographic Object Based Image Analysis (GEOBIA) with Machine Learning to classify channel pattern in tropical rivers
  • Liu Niantang (Geo-Social Sci)
    Enhanced Crop Classification through Electrodynamical Modelling of Vegetation Combined with Multi-temporal multimode spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data.
  • M.Amin Awara (Earth Sciences)
    Using an innovative approach to apatite (U-Th)/He thermochronometry and remotely sensed satellite imagery to study tectonic-geomorphic histories: an example applied to the British Palaeogene Igneous Province intrusive suite
  • MacArthur Mairi (Geography-Sci)
    Geodiversity and marine biodiversity interaction: enhancing ecosystem service provision on rocky and engineered coasts.
  • MacDonald Ellen (Earth Sciences)
    Oceans on Acid: using historic ocean acidification to understand marine ecosystem function under global change
  • Mari Nicola (Earth Sciences)
    The provenance of volatiles in asteroidal and planetary meteorites
  • Marr Natalie (Geo-Social Sci)
    Skies Above, Earth Below: Mapping the Values of the Galloway Forest Dark Sky Park
  • Martin Eleanor (Geography-Sci)
    Building the Clubhouse: the geographies of ‘working communities’ as spaces of mental health recovery in the UK.
  • McKenna Eamon (Earth Sciences)
    Constraining the thermal histories of the Carboniferous Midland Valley of Scotland: a potential resource for unconventional gas and shale oil?
  • Moretto Maurits (Geo-Social Sci)
    L726 - Tasteful Trade? Coffee Cultures and More-Than-Human Geographies
  • Nauny Philippe (Earth Sciences)
    Interpretation of biosignatures in extreme environments, and their potential impact for the search of life on Mars
  • Noka Viktoria (Geography-Science)
    Emotional Geographies of Solidarity and Urban Environmental Politics
  • Paul Franziska (Geo-Social Sci)
    Climate Justice Movements and the Articulations of Alternative Energy Discourses
  • Peterson Hannah Melike (Geo-Social Sci)
    Meeting Spaces: Everyday spaces of multicultural encounter in Glasgow
  • Phesodi Mmapula (Earth Sciences)
    Kimberlites clusters of the Congo Craton, NW Botswana
  • Porteous Rory (Earth Sciences)
    Detection limits of Raman Spectroscopy and the impact of Silica substrates on the detection of biomarkers
  • Qin Qi (Earth Sciences)
    Use of environment and remote monitoring in animal management to reduce the need for antiparasitic agents
  • Sefton Thomas (Geo-Social Sci)
    Considering the life and work of Lord Kelvin from the perspective of the history of the earth sciences
  • St. John Robert (Geo-Social Sci)
    L726 Environmental Complexity into Environmental Creativity: Entanglements of Science, Geography and Art
  • Sugar Katherine (Geo-Social Sci)
    Creating Coalitions for Low Carbon Transition in the City: Urban Politics/Energy Engineering
  • Uzzell Christopher (Geo-Social Sci)
    Geospatial analysis of environmental risk factors of leptospirosis in East Africa: A multiscale, mixed method approach in spatial epidemiology
  • Virhia Jennika (Geography-Sci)
    Gender dimensions of zoonotic disease transmission in northern Tanzania.
  • Zwick Mike (Earth Sciences)
    Recording high-resolution changes in temperature and hydrology from the Canadian Prairie