Moya’s research focusses on the impacts of climate change on water quality. Her current work is investigating how shrinking glaciers in the Peruvian Andes are linked to increased levels of toxic metals in rivers. She is also interested in low-cost, green-infrastructure solutions to improve water quality.
Mike is an electronic engineer with research interests relating to the development of new instruments for field data collection particularly in glaciology.
Daniel’s studies the numerical modelling of earth surface processes; Landlab; surface processes in rivers, hillslopes, floods, glacial & icy landscapes, sediment fans, river deltas and extra-terrestrial environments.
Liz’s particular research interest is in biogeochemical processes in the cryosphere, and in the development and testing of new technologies to monitor them. She has worked in Antarctica and Greenland, developing new methods for measuring aquatic biogeochemistry in glacial environments and monitoring the impact of physical processes on microbial communities through geochemical changes in meltwater.
Susan’s research covers interdisciplinary links relating to glacial retreat and impacts on local communities in the Andes, water quality, water infrastructure, storage and conservation and natural flood management.
Jemma’s research interests cover hydrological and biogeochemical processes that occur within glacier and ice sheet systems, and in their fore fields and which have a potential regional or global impact. She is currently working on various water projects.
Philippe’s research focuses on marine acoustics and innovating imaging, seabed and habitat mapping, ambient noise underwater, marine renewable energies and space imaging (planetary and asteroid studies, situational awareness, space debris).