My work has mainly revolved around using numerical models to study processes which affect tidewater glaciers. I am particularly interested in glacier fronts, and the interactions between submarine melting and iceberg calving. Read more…

As a consequence of the needs of numerical modelling, I have become interested in how Bayesian statistical techniques can help us to fill in gaps in our measurements of glacier environments. In particular, I have found that combining physically-based models of glacier behaviour with statistical descriptions of the forcings can lead to great improvements in this area. Read more…

In addition to numerical modelling, I also use remote sensing methods to study the behaviour of glaciers. My work here has focused on how advances in computer vision techniques can lead to automated methods for glacier monitoring. Read more…