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Antarctic peninsula

Lucy is involved with a project with the British Antarctic Survey and the University of Newcastle exploring 20th-century glacial change on the Antarctic Peninsula.

The Antarctic Peninsula is a mountain glacier system comprised of over 400 glaciers, and is an important contributor to historical and future sea level rise, making assessment and monitoring crucial for understanding sensitivity to climate change.

Lucy completed her studies in geography at Durham University (BSc Hons), University of Otago in New Zealand (MSc) and University of Exeter (PhD). She was employed at the universities of Exeter, Dundee and Hull, as well as the British Antarctic Survey, before joining the University of Gloucestershire in 2014. She lectures on physical geography, specialising in fluvial systems and Geographical Information Systems (GIS).

Dr Lucy ClarkeSenior Lecturer in Physical Geography