Mr Joshua Jones
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
NERC EnvEast PhD Student, Plymouth University, UEA, AECOM
BSc Geophysics with Geology (1st Class Honours), Durham University, Earth Sciences Department
MSc Risk (Distinction), Durham University, Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience, Geography Department
Fellow of the British Society for Geomorphology
Fellow of The Geological Society
My research focuses on investigating the controls on landslide distributions across the Nepal Himalaya. I am particularly interested in quantifying how earthquakes might preconditioning hillslopes to be increasingly susceptible to future trigger events, and how this may be moderated by other geomorphological, climatic and human processes. I am also interested in exploring how scientific research can be used more effectively for disaster risk reduction and response.
Other academic activities
Events presented at:
St Chads College Research Forum, 4/05/2017
Geology for Global Development Annual conference, 4/11/2017
Centre for Research in Earth Sciences (CRES) Conference 2017, 22/11/2017
Keen cyclist, runner and trekker!