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Current research grants

Current research grants

Earlier grants can be seen in SPRI Review 2020 and earlier years.

Grants from UK research councils

The role of shear margin dynamics in the future evolution of the Thwaites Drainage Basin (TIME - Thwaites Interdisciplinary Margin Evolution)

Source: Natural Environment Research Council
£438,822 (2018-2023)

Ice-shelf instability caused by active surface meltwater production, movement, ponding and hydrofracture

Source: Natural Environment Research Council
£91,474 (2019-2021)

Instruments of scientific governance? Historical geographies of Halley Bay, 1956 - present

Source: Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), Collaborative Doctoral Student Training Grant with The Royal Society and the Royal Geographical Society
£70,717 (2018-2022)

Grants from other sources

Joint grant with National Maritime Museum : Antarctic Nimrods: Acquiring Eric Marshall's Sledge and Sledging Flag for the Nation.

The principal funder was the National Lottery Heritage Memorial Fund, with contributions from the Polar Regions Department of the FCDO and a private donor

Arctic Cultures: sites of collection in the formation of the European and American northlands

Source: European Research Council, Consolidator Grant ERC2016-CoG-724317
Є1,996,250 (2017-2022)

Resolving subglacial properties, hydrological networks and dynamic evolution of ice flow on the Greenland Ice Sheet (RESPONDER)

Source: European Research Council, Consolidator Grant ERC-2015-CoG-683043
Є2,443,800 (2016-2021)

Grounding-zone flux observations at the continental scale: the Antarctic Ice Sheet

Source: The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation
Є237,048 (2020-2023)

Multi-platform remote sensing of the impact of climate change on northern forests of Russia

Source: The British Council
£150,000 (2018-2021)

Creating a UK-Russian research network on disturbance and recovery of terrestrial Arctic and boreal ecosystems

Source: UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (International Fund)
£46,640 (2020-22)