My PhD work is part of a larger project, called ISOMAP-UK, investigating rapid climate change, details of which can be found at;

Other relevant links to the ISOMAP-UK project and a link to some of my project photos (including Slovakian caves) can be found at;

My contact details (Sarah White) can be found on the page;


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