Dr Tom Bradwell
Tom is a Lecturer in Physical Geography at the University of Stirling. A Quaternary geologist by training, Tom’s research interests now focus on seabed landscape evolution and sub-seabed characterisation. He has led projects understanding processes, drivers and rates of landscape change, onshore and offshore, using a wide range of techniques. Tom has a BSc degree from the University of Liverpool (1997) and a PhD from the University of Edinburgh (2001) and before taking up a Lectureship worked at the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh for 13 years.
Project: Scotland’s Pockmarks: understanding the link between gas-escape features and buried carbon in fjordic systems.
Supervising: Allan Audsley
Keywords: pockmarks, glacial, gas release, landscape evolution.