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College Office (Science)
School of Earth and Environment
+64 3 3694113
Beatrice Tinsley Rm 119
My research interests are mainly in glaciology, specifically in contemporary physical glaciological processes, with a timescale of interest focussed on 10-100 years. The key overarching theme of my research is understanding the response of ice masses to changing climatic inputs.My work covers a wide range of environments, from the mid-latitude temperate glaciology of New Zealand's glaciers, to the polar glaciology of the Antarctic, where I work on outlet glacier behaviour and ice shelf response in the Ross Sea region of Antarctica.I also have minor research interests in hydrology, especially glacier hydrology, and process and very recent glacial geomorphology.