Author Archives: Alex Clayton
It’s a classic question that just about anyone involved in geography will be subjected to at some stage. I get it in a variety of formats. Sometimes the plain ‘what is geography?’ oxbridge interview style question by people trying to trip you up, occasionally the disdainful ‘urgh geography?’ and probably most commonly the ‘geography is […]
Electronics in a dripping bothy bag?
Fieldwork always seems to involve me having to master a variety of techniques I’ve never tried before…
The initial phase of work on the glacier has been largely preoccupied with what is under the glacier.
Find out what the Glacsweb team are up to in Iceland this year in the first in a series of blog posts by Alex Clayton.
With fieldwork fast approaching life is getting a little more stressful than usual…
With Prof. Chris Clark having visited the department on Monday for the Gregory Lecture, I thought a post on drumlins would be appropriate.