Our department is home to a number of funded research projects.
Our current research projects include:
|Lead staff member||Research associates||Project||Funder||Dates|
|Prof Grant Bigg||Jennifer Ross||NW Atlantic iceberg season forecast||Ocean Risk Initiative||Ongoing|
|Dr Miguel Kanai||Dr Janice Astbury||Breathing Infrastructures||British Academy||Ongoing|
|Dr Ruth Little||Agri-Environmental Governance Post-Brexit||ESRC||Feb 2019 - Nov 2021|
|Dr Andrew McGonigle||Dr Tom Pering||Development of sensors for NASA lunar program||NASA||Sep 2018 -|
|Dr Luke Temple||Non-party campaigning and digital technologies||BA / Leverhulme||Oct 2018 - Apr 2020|
|Dr Ophélie Véron||Prof Jenny Pickerill||Is the Alternative City a Just City? Geographies of Race, Class and Gender in Alternative Food Movements|
|Prof Peter Jackson||Dr Matt Watson, Rorie Parsons||Plastics: redefining single-use||EPSRC||2019 - 2020|
|Prof Chris Clark||Project team||PALGLAC: Palaeoglaciological advances to understand Earth's ice sheets||ERC||2018 - 2023|
|Dr Luke Whaley||The politics of believing: understanding how worldviews shape access to land and water in rural Uganda||GCRF||Jun 2019 - Jun 2021|
|Prof Frances Cleaver||Dr Luke Whaley (PDRA)||Hidden Crisis: Unravelling Current Failures for Future Success in Groundwater Supplies||NERC / ESRC / DFID||Apr 2015 - Mar 2020|
|Prof Frances Cleaver||Brock Bersaglio (PDRA), Dan Brockington||Greenmentality: A Political Ecology of the Green Economy in the Global South||Research Council of Norway||May 2016 - Dec 2020|
|Prof Frances Cleaver||Cristobal Bonelli (PDRA)||Transformations to Groundwater Sustainability (T2G2S)||NORFACE / EU / ESRC||Dec 2018 - Nov 2021|
|Prof Richard Phillips||Dr Nafhesa Ali and Dr Kristina Diprose (PDRAs)||Storying Relationships: the stories and practices of young British Pakistani Muslims||AHRC||May 2019 - Nov 2019|
|Dr Tom Pering||Degassing at Basaltic Volcanoes: The Multiple Vent Problem||Royal Society||2018 -|
|Dr Tom Pering||Resilience to volcanic hazards in developing countries||GCRF||2019 - 2020|
|Professor Ed Rhodes||NSFGEO-NERC: Latest Pleistocene-Holocene incremental slip record of the Kekerengu-Jordan fault system, Northern South Island, New Zealand||NERC||2018-2020|
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