Miss Cher Bradley-Smith, BSc (Hons), MSc (Dunelm).
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
2018- Present: NERC PhD in Geography and Earth Science, Durham University
2017-2018: MSc in Risk, Durham University
2014-2017: BSc (Hons) in Geography, Bath Spa University
Bare peat patches and carbon loss of upland peatlands.
Honors and Awards
2017: The Geography Project of the Year, Bath Spa Univesity
February - July 2016: River Avon Project Intern, Bath and North East Somerset Council (BATHNES)
October 2018- Present: British Society for Geomorphology
Research Presentations and Conferences
December 2018: Bradley-Smith, C (2018) Bare Peat Patches and Carbon Loss in Upland Peatlands. Windsor Workshop, British Soceity for Geomorphology, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor.
July 2018: Bradley-Smith, C (2018) Comparing Fuzzy Logic and the Factor of Safety to assess the Thirlmere-Helvellyn Landslides caused by Storm Desmond, Summer Seminar, Durham University.
March 2017: The Partnership Dilemma: Have development and relief agencies really embraced collaboration and partnership with local populations? Development and Disaster Conference - communicating development and humanitarian issues, Bath Spa University.
September 2016: Warburton J, Johnson RM, Kincey M, Bradley-Smith C (2016) Sediment Delivery & Catchment Impacts from Upland Torrent Erosion During a Record-breaking UK Flood. Presentation at: Fifth International Paleoflood Conference, Rapid City, USA, 13 September 2016.
June 2016: West of England Nature Partnership Conference, Sommerdale Pavilion, Keynsham, England.
Research Projects Undertaken
September 2018: Nepal Landslide Mapping, Durham University.
January 2018-September 2018: Thirlmere-Helvellyn Landslides Analysis, English Lake District.
October 2016- July 2017: Landslide Monitoring, Newton Park, Bath, England.
June 2016- May 2017: Thirlmere-Helvellyn Mountain Catchment Analysis, English Lake District.
October 2016: Periglacial Reconstruction, Pasture Beck, English Lake District.
October 2016: Flood Impact Analysis, Glenridding and Cockermouth, English Lake District.
April 2016: Flood Reconstruction, Kullu Valley, Northern India.
- Upland Environments
- Upland Floods