Monitoring Antarctic ice sheet surface hydrology and behaviour using remote sensing.
Geochemistry of stalagmites to reconstruct past climates.
Antarctic ice sheet history.
Coastal subsidence and late Holocene relative sea-level change.
Quaternary fluvial archives, landscape evolution, climate change and early human occupation.
Reconstructing Holocene sequences of megathrust earthquakes and relative sea level changes.
Ice sheet modelling of the Laurentide, Fennoscandian, British, and Greenland ice sheets.
Paleoecology and North American ice sheet reconstructions.
Reconstruction of sea-level changes, earthquake deformation and timing, and coastal inundation by tsunami and storms.
Glacial landsystems, glacial sedimentology, reconstructing past glacier cover, developing glaciation histories.
Using coastal records to understand earthquake and tsunami hazards.
Coastal records of long-term Societies/Environment interactions (Mediterranean, Black and Red Seas).
Long-term landscape evolution and ice sheet modelling.
Cosmogenic nuclides and glacier modelling to investigate Antarctic and Greenland ice sheet history.
Little Ice Age mountain glaciation and glacial geochronology.
Interactions between ocean circulation and the Greenland.
Contribution of polar ice sheets to past and future sea-level change.
Geochemical reconstructions of ocean-ice sheet interactions.
Recent changes in Antarctic ice shelves.
Understanding ocean changes in the recent past.
Subglacial hydrological flow routing and sediment transport in West Antarctica.
Modelling glacio-isostatic adjustment in the Antarctic Peninsula.
Glaciated continental margins and ice sheet reconstruction.
Modelling the Antarctic ice sheet from the last glacial maximum to present.
Understanding ice sheet driven sedimentation on continental margins.
Ice sheet reconstruction, ice stream dynamics and their forcing mechanisms.
Measurement, knowledge, and regulation in the Arctic marginal sea ice zone.
Coastal geomorphological change in response to anthropogenic and natural forcing.
Improving mangrove proxies for reconstructing sea level.
Reconstruction of sea-level changes and past earthquakes.
Using geochronology to help understand past ice sheet behaviour.
Monitoring small mountain glaciers and reconstructing ice sheets using remote sensing.