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Elizabeth M Rudolph

Lecturer in Geography, University of the Free State

My research interests are glacial and periglacial Geomorphology and land forms' response to (past and present) climate change. I have been involved with research in Antarctica and on sub-Antarctic Marion Island with the South African National Antarctic Program and SANAP-NRF funded projects in geomorphology: Landscape Processes in Antarctic Ecosystems and Sub-Antarctic Landscape-Climate Interactions. All my degrees are in Geography or Environmental Science and I am currently a PhD Candidate at the University of Fort Hare.


  • –present
    Lecturer in Geography , University of the Free State


  • 2016 
    Rhodes University, MSc Geography
  • 2012 
    UNISA, PGCE (FET) Geography
  • 2011 
    University of Pretoria, Hons. Geography