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Professor Jon Blundy FRS is a Professor of Petrology at the University of Bristol. He is best known for his research in igneous petrology, which he approaches using a combination of field observations, microbeam analysis, thermodynamics and high pressure/ temperature experimentation. He has been at the University of Bristol since 1989, initially as a postdoctoral fellow funded by NERC and the Royal Society, and from 2007 as a member of the permanent academic staff, becoming a full professor in 2004.
Professor David Beerling is the professor of palaeclimatology at the University of Sheffield. His interdisciplinary research group focuses on fundamental questions concerning how photosynthetic terrestrial ecosystems and the global environment co-evolved over the last half billion years.
|Dr Bethan Davies is a lecturer in Physical Geography at eh Royal Holloway University of London. Her research is interested in the interaction between glaciers and climate over multiple timescales, specialising in ice-sheet and glacier reconstruction in temperate and high latitudes.|
|Dr Sue Loughlin’s research focuses on volcanology with a particular interest in explosive and lava dome eruptions and communicating this research to the public in terms of risk avoidance.||Professor Rachel Wood is the professor of carbonate geoscience at the University of Edinburgh. Her research explores the relationship between catastrophic environmental change, the disruption of ecologically complex reef communities and changes in carbonate production.|
|Dr Jenny Collier is a reader in marine geophysics at the Imperial College London. Her work focuses on the relationship between tectonics and magmatism and the Quaternary evolution of continental shelves.||
Professor Stephen Hesselbo is professor of geology at the University of Exeter. His research interests are aimed at understanding the dynamics of major past perturbations in the Earth's physical and biological systems and their expression in the sedimentary record.
Professor Trond Torsvik is professor of geodynamics at the University of Oslo. His research group is aiming to develop an Earth model that links plate tectonics with mantle convection through time.
|Professor Kathy Whaler a the professor of geophysics at the University of Edinburgh. Her research currently focuses on using satellite data to infer crystal magnetisation of the Earth, Mars and the Moon. She also oversees field-based projects in Africa aimed at structural and tectonic understanding and assessing hydrocarbon potential.|
|Professor Matthew Collins is a professor of biomolecular archeology at the University of York. His research attempts to identify, date and understand the pathways of decay of old proteins.||Dr Benoit Ildefonse is a researcher at Geosicences Montpellier. His research focuses on the formation and evolution (deformation, alteration) of the oceanic lithosphere.|
|Professor Simon Wallis is professor of geology at Nagoya University. He researches tectonic process which occur in the upper mantle and crust.||Professor Tim Wright is a professor of satellite geodesy at the University of Leeds. His research group aims to understand how tectonic movements and events happen.|
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