Dr Andrew Cunliffe
Research Fellow in Dryland Carbon Dynamics

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Andrew obtained his first degree in Physical Geography (2008-2011) in the School of Geography at the University of Exeter. He then went on to complete a MSc in Catchment Dynamics and Management (2011-2012) at the School of Geography in the University of Leeds, before returning to Exeter for his PhD (2012-2016), measuring the stocks and movement of carbon in the Chihuahuan Desert. He then worked as a NERC Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in Tundra Drone Ecology with Team Shrub in the University of Edinburgh’s School of Geosciences (May 2016 – Dec 2017). In January 2018, he returned to Exeter as a Research Co-Investigator on the NERC-funded DRIVING-C project. 

Broad research specialisms:

Dryland Carbon Dynamics / Terrestrial Carbon / Ecosystem Structure and Function / Remote Sensing / Environmental Change / Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems

Qualifications

PhD Physical Geography (University of Exeter)
MSc Catchment Dynamics and Management (University of Leeds)
BSc Physical Geography (University of Exeter)

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AddressAmory Building
University of Exeter
Rennes Drive
Exeter
EX4 4RJ
UK
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