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About lindsey

Environmental scientist. I am glaciologist specialising in glacier-climate interactions to better understand the climate system. The point of this is to understand how glaciated envionments might change in the future - how the glaciers will respond and what the impact on associated water resources and hazard potential will be.

#shareEGU20

The massive European Geosciences Union annual conference is online as #shareEGU20 this year due to global pandemic conditions. This is unusual but offers a new model for conference exchanges going forward, and I’ll note some thoughts on this here. The … Continue reading

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Records of loss and the left behind

At the start of my MA in Art&Science at the University for Applied Arts in Vienna, we introduced out background to our fellow students. As part of this I made a sort of display about how working on glacier change is … Continue reading

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The practice of my science

I am currently studying for an MA in Art&Science at the University for Applied Arts in Vienna (die Angewandte). At the opening of the course we had to present something about our background. I prepared a recreation of a scientists … Continue reading

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Glaciers on Mt Kenya

Its been years since I visited Mt Kenya and it feels like a lifetime ago. I am feeling a sort of longing for the land of the giant lobelia and vertical bog of Mt Kenya and also for all the … Continue reading

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Glaciers of the Arid Andes

A team of us, led by Christophe Kinnard, just published a paper synthesising a bunch of work done on a small glacier in the Arid Andes. Kinnard, C., Ginot, P., Surazakov, A., Macdonell, S., Nicholson, L.I., Patris, N., Rabatel, A., … Continue reading

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