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Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University

My background is in physical geography, geomorphology and geochronology. I'm interested in how landforms are built and evolve through time and use this understanding to reconstruct palaeo environmental and climatological change. Currently, I work in coastal dunefields and use a wide range of chronological, sedimentological and remote sensing techniques to determine how old these landscapes are and how they were formed. Previously I have also worked on sediment records from high altitude alpine lakes using proxies such as pollen to reconstruct past vegetation and climate shifts. The project that I am currently involved in aims to study coastal dunefields in western Europe to reconstruct changes in the Atlantic Ocean storm track over the Holocene to determine how this system may shift in response to future climate change.


  • 2020–2022
    Post-doctoral researcher, Stockholm University