New research is looking at ways to use mineral crystals within magmas to help improve the prediction of dangerous volcanic eruptions like the one affecting the island of St Vincent.
A geography researcher from Edge Hill University has been awarded funding to explore how coastal communities in Thailand can use vital data to manage risks around climate change.
An Edge Hill academic has been awarded funding by the Royal Society for a fantastic project to develop new ways of monitoring air pollution.
Paul Aplin, Professor of Geography, discusses his research into tropical peatland in Malaysia, the ecological impact of palm oil production, a common ingredient in many packaged supermarket products, and the steps we can take to ensure a sustainable fu…
Dr Anna Jones selected to contribute to The Floods Working Group – which aims to bring together scientists reconstructing past floods and those researching future floods to co-ordinate data collection and synthesise information on natural variability in flooding.
Highly successful 2nd Coastal International Workshop held with the Department of Geography and Geology, focused on the theme of Coastal Resilience and Adaptation.
International research event at Edge Hill University, welcoming academics from a variety of institutions in the UK and abroad.
Fastrack and First Class honours Graduate from BSc Physical Geography publishes research in collaboration with Department of Geography and Geology.
Funded by Edge Hill’s Student Opportunity Fund, Caroline spent six weeks sampling sediment cores from North America performing various complex procedures within our industry standard laboratories.
Lydia Harrisson has completed a placement within the Department of Geography and Geology, deepening her understanding of STEM subjects and contributing to research on woodland composition and forest dynamics.