Georgia Melodie Hole
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Anglia Ruskin University
Georgia Hole is a biogeoscientist whose research encompasses physical, biological and social systems in cold environments, with experience in the reconstruction of past environments using long-term records such as tree-rings and ocean sediments. She has a Geology & Geophysics MSci degree from Imperial College London, and a PhD from the University of Oxford. Her doctoral research focused on the reconstruction of Holocene Arctic sea ice dynamics using driftwood, to help address important questions on past sea-ice dynamics and the coupling of sea-ice with surface currents and atmospheric circulation. As part of the BARIN project, she is investigating the northward expansion of beavers in Canadian shrub-tundra environments as part of the ongoing rapid climatic, ecological and socio-economic changes occurring in the Arctic.