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Geography and Environment
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(023) 8059 4615
Email:
J.K.Hart@soton.ac.uk

Professor Jane Hart 

Professor in Geography

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Professor Jane Hart is Professor in Geography within Geography and Environment at the University of Southampton.

Jane Hart is currently Professor in Geography. She has been a member of staff in Geography and Environment at the University of Southampton since 1989.

Web of Science Researcher ID: Researcher ID: J-4321-2012

Qualifications
B.Sc. (Geography) Reading 1983
Ph.D. (Environmental Science) East Anglia 1987

Research

Responsibilities

Contact

Research interests

Glaciers and Climate Change
Subglacial processes (experiments and sedimentology)
Environmental Sensor Networks


Research projects
The development of a wireless multisensor probe to understand subglacial processes (GLACSWEB)
Subglacial sediment deformation
The deforming bed/debris-rich ice continuum

Research group(s)

Earth Surface Dynamics

Research project(s)

Subglacial Shear Zones

Environmental Sensor Networks

Glacsweb

  • Acting Head of Academic Unit 2012/13
  • Director of Programmes 2011 –
  • President of Glaciological Society of Norfolk 2012/13
  • Chair of “Funds for Women Graduates” 2012 –
  • Editorial Board “Journal of Glaciology”
  • President Geology Section of British Association for the Advancement of Science (2006)
Professor Jane Hart
University of Southampton University Road Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 44/2021

Telephone: (023) 8059 4615
Facsimile: (023) 8059 3295
Email: J.K.Hart@soton.ac.uk


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