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Join date: Nov 29, 2020


I'm a QUADRAT DTP PhD Student at Queen's University Belfast. I completed an MSc in Environmental Science (2016) and an undergraduate degree in Earth Sciences (2015), both at Trinity College Dublin.

My research project is focused on the evolution of the drainage system of Breiðamerkurjökull, southeast Iceland, which is undergoing rapid retreat. The project aim is to examine the processes driving changes in meltwater supply, routing and storage within the glacier and its foreland by completing time series geomorphology mapping from UAV data, shallow sediment core analysis, along with repeated ground penetrating radar surveys.


  • Terrestrial WG
    Terrestrial WG
    Member of the Terrestrial Science Working Group

Amy Lally

Terrestrial WG
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