Littoral Space 1.5: Learning about Antarctica and Climate Change with Dr Gordon Bromley

Episode 1.5 available through:
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/richscriven/littoral-space-15-learning-about-antarctica-and-climate-change-with-dr-gordon-bromley
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/littoral-space/id1454970013?mt=2
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4hOo43mOLX70VogHHWkBH0

Dr Gordon Bromley, Discipline of Geography NUIG, shares his experiences of working in Antarctica and explains how he studies historical climate change using glaciers and rocks. His research employs a primarily glacial-geologic approach and a Big Picture vantage to reconstruct past change, information we can then use to better understand the present and inform projections of the future. This episode’s focus on a physical geographic topic illustrates the breadth of the discipline and how the human and the natural intersect.

Sampling-meltwater-on-Coropuna-Peru-photo-by-Gordon-BromleyYou can find out more about Gordon on his website, gordonbromleyartofscience.com, and on Twitter: @GRMBromley

 

Littoral Space webpage: liminalentwinings.com/littoral-space-podcast/
Twitter: twitter.com/LittoralSpace
Instagram: www.instagram.com/littoralspaces/

Dr Richard Scriven tweets at: twitter.com/RichardScrivGeo

Share Button

Leave a reply.


− 6 = one