Dr Simon Brocklehurst


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My research interests in tectonic geomorphology are based around landscape response to climate change and tectonic processes. This includes:

  • the impact of glacial erosion on previously fluvially-sculpted mountain ranges
  • the response of fluvial and glacial landscapes to active tectonics
  • erosion and sediment routing in active extensional settings

The tools I use include:

  • fieldwork (mapping and surveying)
  • digital topography and satellite imagery analysis
  • numerical modelling
  • cosmogenic isotope and optically stimulated luminescence dating

I also work on a range of timescales from cumulative effects over the duration of the Quaternary to individual events such as landslides and rockfalls.

Click here for an idea of my view of tectonic geomorphology from my recent review article. 


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BA Natural Sciences (Queens' College, University of Cambridge) 1997; PhD Evolution of Topography in Glaciated Mountain Ranges (MIT) 2002

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