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Current research grants

Current research grants

Earlier grants can be seen in SPRI Review from earlier years.

Grants from UK research councils

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

Source: Natural Environment Research Council.
£91,474 (2019-2022)

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)

Grants from other sources

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

Source: European Research Council, Consolidator Grant ERC-2016-CoG-724317.
€1,996,250 (2017-2024)

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

Source: The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.
€237,048 (2020-2023)

Controls on lake Formation on Ice Shelves (COOLFISH).

Source: European Space Agency.
€99,000 (2021-2023)

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)

The Globalisation of Ice Sheets: A Scientific and Political History (ICEglobe)

Source: European Commission H2020 Marie Curie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF).
€318,000 (2022-2025). Jean de Pomereu

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.
€2,443,800 (2016-2022)

Royal Society Wolfson Visiting fellowship: Olga Tutubalina.

£124,350 (Nov-2021-Nov 2022)