Richard has worked as a Lecturer, then as a Senior Lecturer, at Loughborough University since 2005. His research focuses on how Arctic terrestrial glaciers influence the hydrology of the catchments they occupy, and in which marine-terminating – or tidewater – Arctic glaciers influence the fjords into which they flow. His research encompasses processes which control (1) the generation of meltwater at the ice-atmosphere interface; (2) its transit through glacier drainage systems; (3) its release at the ice-ocean interface.
COP26: A Four-Minute Guide By A Climate Scientist
COP26, which is taking place in Glasgow, is the latest in a series of meetings through which the…