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Geography and Environmental SciencePostgraduate study

Miss Laura Crossley 

Postgraduate research student

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Miss Laura Crossley is Postgraduate research student within Geography and Environmental Science at the University of Southampton.


2009-2012 Geography BSc Hons

Dissertation Title: Have the effects of pollution at Cowm Reservoir recovered?

2012-2013 Environment and Climate Change MSc

Dissertation Title: Geochemical reconstruction of historic pottery through XRF analysis, from clay pit to pot

Work history

Aug 2013 – July 2014: Wastewater Recycling Specialist Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP Associate) at Cokebusters Ltd with Liverpool John Moores University

My role was to investigate, trial and determine the feasibility of filtration systems that could be implemented into the mechanical decoking system at Cokebusters Ltd which is used to clean oil refinery heater tubes.

Aug 2014 – Sept 2014: Research Assistant at Liverpool John Moores University

I carried out the processing, modelling and graphic presentation of climatic datasets as part of a research project examining the future viability of an economically important ice road in sub-Arctic Canada.

Research interests

PhD Project:

Assessing the safe operating space for nutrient loads to River Estuaries: a palaeonvironmental approach to estuary management

Supervisors: Prof. Peter Langdon, Prof. David Sear and Prof. John Dearing

Research group

Palaeoenvironmental Laboratory at the University of Southampton (PLUS)

Miss Laura Crossley
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