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Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre SouthamptonPostgraduate study
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Miss Sophie Hage BSc, MSc

Postgraduate research student

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Miss Sophie Hage is a postgraduate research student within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.

2015-2019: PhD Student in Sedimentology, National Oceanography Centre Southampton, University of Southampton, U.K.

March 2018-June 2018: Visiting Postgraduate student at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), U.S.

2017-2018: Visiting PhD Student in Physical Geography, Durham University, U.K.

2014-2015: Assistant in Geomorphology at the University of Liege, Belgium

2012-2014: MSc in Geomorphology (Award for the best master thesis in Geomorphology)

Master Thesis: Characterisation of depositional processes at the origin of thin lacustrine turbidites in Lake Hazar (East-Anatolian Fault, Turkey). Supervisors:  Aurélia Hubert-Ferrari, Frederic Boulvain.

2009-2012: BSc in Geography at the University of Liege

Bachelor Dissertation: The role of permafrost in global warming. Supervisor: Aurélia Hubert-Ferrari.

Research interests

Turbidity currents, their monitoring, their dynamic processes and their deposits.

Research project: Direct observations of turbidity current processes and products in British Columbia fjords (Canada).

Supervisors:

Dr Matthieu Cartigny
Dr Peter Talling
Dr Esther Sumner
Dr Mike Clare
Dr Mark Vardy

Research group

Geology and Geophysics

Affiliate research group

Geohazards and Sedimentology

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Key Publications

Post Graduate Grant Scheme award offered by the International Association of Sedimentologists on 13/12/2017 for radiocarbon analyses on sediments collected in Bute Inlet

Research Development Fund Award offered by Geography Department of Durham University on 18/05/2017 for bulk carbon analyses on sediments collected in Bute Inlet.

National Oceanography Centre Southampton/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Exchange grant for a 3 months programme in WHOI. Project Title: How do turbidity current transport and store organic carbon in Bute fjord sediments? Program from March to June 2018. 

Highly commended poster recognising Postgraduate Research in progress, British Sedimentological Research Group Annual meeting, Keele University, 20/12/2015.

Spork Award for the best master thesis in Geomorphology, University of Liege, Belgium. 20/06/2014.

Miss Sophie Hage
Ocean and Earth Science
National Oceanography Centre Southampton
University of Southampton Waterfront Campus
European Way
Southampton SO14 3ZH
UK

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