Dr Anne Le Brocq
Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography
Anne obtained her undergraduate degree in Geography at the University of Bristol, she then moved to the University of Edinburgh where she gained an MSc in GIS. She returned to Bristol for her PhD, entitled ‘Validating models of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet’ . She was then a postdoctoral research associate at Durham University, working on two projects; the first reconstructing the last glacial maximum ice sheet in the Weddell Sea Embayment, then working on a project aimed at understanding contemporary changes in the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. She moved to the University of Exeter in March 2010 for a NERC fellowship, and is now a Senior Lecturer in Geography.
Broad research specialisms:
Ice sheet modelling & reconstruction, ice sheet subglacial hydrology, Remote Sensing & GIS applications in glaciology.
Normal: Monday 12pm-1pm & Thursday 11.30am - 12.30pm
Week 7: Monday 12pm-1pm & Thursday 10am - 11am
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