Current PG students
Mohammad Alattar   Active Travel Behaviours and Interactions with the Built Environment Using Urban Configuration and Soundscape   Dr C Cottrill & Dr M Beecroft
David Ania Ayiine-Etigo   Exploring Technological Innovation Systems: Case Studies on Renewable Energy development and Tourism Innovation in Ghana   Dr T Potts & Dr P Niewiadomski
Carol Barbone   Marine Protected Areas and Brexit:  Navigating Complexity and Securing Reforms for Sustainable Marine Systems    Dr T Potts & Dr K Prager

Sebastian Barothy

 

The impact of low-cost carriers on economic development in Central and Eastern Europe

 

Dr P Niewiadomski & Dr M Beecroft

Camilo Torres Barragan   Developing a better understanding of active travel behaviours and interactions with the built environment   Dr C Cottrill & Dr M Beecroft
Jorge Eslava Bautista   After sales in the automotive industry and the environmental challenge: Effects on
wholesalers & dealers
  Dr C Cottrill & Dr M Beecroft
Joel Blackburn   Understanding stream-aquifer interactions and their influence on flow regimes and fluvial processes in a newly restored ephemeral stream   Dr JC Comte, Prof C Gibbins (Nottingham) & Prof D Pokrajac (Engineering)
David Flood Chavez   Green economy transitions in tourism in the Margaret River region (WA, Australia)   Dr P Niewiadomski & Dr T Jones (Curtin University)

Nathan Darroch

 

London's underground railways and land use

 

Dr M Beecroft & Prof J Nelson

Annabel Everard   The palaeoenvironmental history of ancient deciduous woodlands in Scotland and Ireland, with particular emphasis on the sub-canopy layers   Dr J Schofield, Dr T Mighall & Dr G Plunkett (Queen's University Belfast)
Jessica Fennell  

Evaluating nature based strategies in rural landscapes for managing low flows and stream temperatures

 

Dr J Geris, Dr M Wilkinson (James Hutton Institute), Professor C Soulsby * and Dr R Daalmans (Chivas Brothers)

Rebecca Fletcher   Ice Streams: Present to Palaeo   Prof B Rea & Dr A Newton (Queen's University Belfast)
Jan Jaszewski   Ice and fire: exploring relationships between glaciers, volcanoes and climate   Dr M Spagnolo & Dr D Mullan (Queen's University Belfast)
Hamish Johnson   Groundwater and nutrient dynamics in heterogeneous agricultural catchment   Dr JC Comte, Dr U Ofterdinger (Queen's University Belfast) & Dr R Cassidy (AFBI)
Alexios Kaselouris  

Active travel and physical activity behaviours: developing a better understanding through research evidence and technological applications

  Dr C Cottrill & Dr M Beecroft
Yogendra Kumar   Experimental and field Investigation of fluid flow in fractured rock using self-potential measurements   Dr JC Comte, Dr J Vinogradov & Dr D Healy
Eva Loerke   UAV thermal remote sensing for assessing river temperature   Dr J Geris & Dr P Miller (James Hutton Institute)

Naseer Mahfood

  Sustainable Transport   Prof J Nelson (Engineering) & Dr M Beecroft
Nicola Claire Malam   Small Island Tourism and Green Economy Transitions   Dr P Niewiadomski & Dr T Potts
Jesus Mezquita   Hydrogeophysical approaches for characterising fluid flow and storage in weathered/fractured reservoirs   Dr JC Comte, Dr D Healy (Geology), Dr U Ofterdinger (Univ Belfast) & Dr A Legchenko (IRD/ Univ Grenoble)
David Nance  

GIS and Geospatial Analysis of Archaeological Data

  Dr DR Green & Dr T Mighall

Aaron James Neill

 

Linking small-scale hydrological flow paths, connectivity and microbiological transport to protect remote private water supplies

 

Prof D Tetzlaff, Prof N Strachan (Physics, Aberdeen) & Dr R Hough (James Hutton Institute)

Giles Richard O'Donovan

 

Re-thinking food security and food governance

 

Dr D Watts, Prof D Roberts (James Hutton Institute and Aberdeen)

Rachel Passig Oien  

Climate at the onset of the Antarctic ice-sheet growth: a detailed analysis of ice-buried glacial cirques

 

Dr M Spagnolo, Dr l Barr (Machester Metropolitan), Dr R Bingham (University of Edinburgh) & Dr B Rea

Katya Dimitrova Petrova

 

Integrating novel water storage and flow sensing techniques to improve hydrological models/predictions

 

Dr J Geris, Dr M Wilkinson (James Hutton Institute), Prof C Soulsby, & Dr A Lilly (James Hutton Institute)

Natasha Simmonds   Facilitating a Natural Capital Approach in Marine Protected Area Governance in the UK   Dr T Potts & Prof A Longo (Queen's University Belfast)

Bably Sinojkumar

  Small island tourism and green economy transitions  

Dr P Niewiadomski & Dr T Potts

Andrew Smith  

Mapping, monitoring and modelling coastal habitats with UAVs

  Dr D Green, Dr D Mauquoy & Prof P Smith (SBS, Aberdeen)
Marja Smith-Van Den Houten   Environmental Stewardship and the changing face of Citizen Science   Dr T Potts, Dr D Green & Dr M Bitzios

Ross Young

 

Impact of urban agriculture on community resilience and food security

 

Dr D Watts, Dr A Johnstone (Rowett Institute) & Dr R Wade (Abertay University)

Recently Completed PG Students
  Research Topic Supervisors
Willem Buddendorf (PhD, 2019) Multiscale modelling to assess the impacts of flow regulation of Atlantic salmon Salmo Salas L.habitat in Scottish rivers Prof C Soulsby & Dr J Geris
Andrew MacLaren (PhD, 2019) What’s rural about rural ageing? A non-representational approach Dr L Philip & Dr M Currie (James Hutton Institute)
Bernard Scheliga (PhD, 2018) Spatial and temporal dynamics of groundwater-surface water interactions in montane headwater catchment Prof D Tetzlaff & Prof C Soulsby
Luca Fabris (PhD, 2018) Influence of Climate Change on Salmon Habitats

Prof C Soulsby & Prof D Tetzlaff

Christina Noble (PhD, 2018) "Invisible" return migration and belonging in Ireland

Dr L Philip, Prof J Farrington & Dr S Shubin (Univ Swansea)

Megan Palmer-Abbs (PhD, 2018) Impacts of Next Generation Broadband (NGB) on Small/Medium size  Enterprises (SME's) in the North of Scotland Dr L Philip, J Seaton (BT), H Lacohee (BT), Prof D Roberts (James Hutton Institute and Aberdeen), Prof J Farrington
Baptiste Marteau (PhD, 2018) Hydromorphological and ecological response of a freshwater pearl mussel  river to the reconnection of a tributary in north western England (Lake District National Park) Dr C Gibbins, Dr R Batalla (University of Lleida) & Dr D Vericat (University of Lleida)
Maria Blumstock (PhD, 2016) Connectivity and storage in upland catchments Prof D Tetzlaff, Prof C Soulsby & Prof G Nützmann (IGB Berlin)
Claire Tunaley (PhD, 2016) High frequency processes in upland catchments Prof D Tetzlaff & Prof C Soulsby

Gillian Dowds (PhD, 2016)

Portals to the outside world: a study of personal and social interaction in older adults living with chronic pain in rural areas

Dr L Philip, Prof J Farrington, Dr J Masthoff (Computing Science, Aberdeen), Dr M Currie (UHI)

Alison Pridmore (PhD, 2016)

Can a sustainability framework for the transport sector be developed and applied in policy making?

Prof J Anable & Dr A Miola (European Commission)

Milan Markovic (PhD, 2016)

Linked open data and the crowd

Prof P Edwards (Computing Science, Aberdeen), Prof J Nelson & Dr J Pan (Computing Science, Aberdeen)

Fiona Ashmore

(PhD, 2015)

Impact of inclusion of high-speed broadband and associated digital services on rural community resilience

Dr L Philip, Prof J Farrington, Prof P Edwards (Computing Science) & Dr S Skerratt (Scottish Agricultural College)

Konstantinos Papangelis

(PhD, 2015)

Designing a tailored, multi-modal passenger information system for  sustainable transport behaviour Dr Y Sripada (Computing Science), Prof J Nelson & Prof P Edwards (Computing Science)

Diana McNamara

(PhD, 2015)

Matters in mind: exploring environmental attitudes and behaviour Prof J Anable & Dr L Miles (Psychology)

David Ashmore

(PhD, 2014)

Water flow beneath the Antarctic Ice Sheet Dr R Bingham & Dr R Hindmarsh (British Antarctic Survey)

Chinotu George

(PhD, 2014)

Plan geometries of recent deltaic sand bodies in the Niger delta Prof D Macdonald (Geology, Aberdeen) & Dr M Spagnolo

Jonathan Dick

(PhD, 2014)

Heterogeneity in hydrology and biogeochemistry of riparian zones

Prof D Tetzlaff & Prof C Soulsby

Robert Craig

(PhD, 2014)

Accessibility and the Capabilities Approach: Towards an Aid to Decision Taking

Prof J Nelson, Prof C Wallace (Sociology, Aberdeen) & Prof T Norman (Computing Science, Aberdeen)

Ilse Kamerling

(PhD, 2014)

Palynological investigations of Norse-indigenous interactions in northern Sweden

Prof K Edwards & Dr E Schofield

James Lea
(PhD, 2014)

Modelling Greenlandic tidewater glacier fluctuations over millenial timescales

Dr D Mair, Dr B Rea, Dr E Schofield & Prof P Nienow (Univ Edinburgh)

John Goodlad
(PhD, 2014)

The Shetland smacks: a historical geography of the Shetland cod fishery

Dr L Philip & Dr J Coull

Emma Quinlan
(PhD, 2014)

Assessing the morphological adjustment and ecological response of the River Ehen to the re-alignment of Ben Gill, West Cumbria

 Dr C Gibbins & Prof C Soulsby

Anke Kuttner
(PhD, 2014)

Terrestrial responses to oceanic climate forcing on the western seaboard of the North Atlantic Dr D Mauquoy, Dr T Mighall & D E Krupp (Chemistry, Aberdeen)
Craig Morton
(PhD, 2013)
Accelerating the demand for low carbon vehicles: a demand-led perspective Dr J Anable & Prof J Nelson

Dereje Wakjira
(PhD, 2013)

The evolving interaction between environment and human settlers in Bale, Ethiopia: historical land management institutions and traditional ecological knowledge Dr M Pinard (Plant & Soil Science, Aberdeen), Dr L Philip & Dr A. Fisher (James Hutton Institute)
Cristina Buendía Forés 
(PhD, 2013)
Interaction between fluvial geomorphology and freshwater ecosystems Dr C Gibbins, Dr R Batalla (Univ Lleida) & Dr D Vericat (Forest Tech Centre of Catalonia)
Richard Morris
(PhD, 2013)
Refreezing and runoff at the surface of the Greenland Ice Sheet Dr D Mair & Prof P Nienow (Univ Edinburgh)
Paul Ledger
(PhD, 2013)
Norse landnám and its impact on the vegetation of Vatnahverfi, Eastern Settlement, Greenland Prof K Edwards & Dr E Schofield
Scott McGrane
(PhD, 2013)
Effects of climate change on hydrological functioning of upland catchments Prof D Tetzlaff, Prof C Soulsby & Dr R Essery (Univ Edinburgh)
Diana Feliciano
(PhD, 2012)
The Carbon Footprint and sustainable land use change Prof C Hunter, Prof P Smith (Biological Sciences, Aberdeen) & Dr R Slee (James Hutton Institute)
Laura MacRitchie
(PhD, 2012)
Campylobacteriosis: elucidating the disease burden, risk perception and costs to rural communities and their families Prof C Hunter, Dr N Strachan (Physics, Aberdeen) & Dr J Roberts (London Sch Hygiene Trop Med)

Angela Curl
(PhD, 2012)

Comparing the lived experience to objective measures of accessibility

Dr J Anable & Prof J Nelson

Rene Capell
(PhD, 2012)
Sustaining river flow under climate change – influence of landscape evolution on groundwater resources

Prof D Tetzlaff, Prof C Soulsby & Prof A Hartley (Geology, Aberdeen)

Caroline Clason
(PhD, 2012)
Quantitative controls on the routing of supraglacial meltwater to the bed of glaciers and ice sheets Dr D Mair & Prof P Nienow (Univ Edinburgh)
Emily Lambert
(PhD, 2012) 
Climate change and marine wildlife tourism Prof C Hunter & Prof G Pierce (Biological Sciences, Aberdeen)
Taotao Deng
(PhD, 2011)
Transit-oriented development: challenges and potential to build a sustainable urban transportation in Beijing, P.R. China Prof J Nelson, Prof W Neill & Dr S Bagaeen (Univ Brighton)
Sharon Flanigan (nee Phillip)
(PhD, 2011) 
A conceptual framework of sustainable agri-tourism in Scotland Prof C Hunter & Dr K Blackstock (James Hutton Institute)
Christian Imholt
(PhD, 2011)
Impacts of climate change on river ecosystems and opportunities for local migration Dr C Gibbins & Prof C Soulsby
Heather Smith
(PhD, 2011) 
Water Framework Directive and land use planning Ms G Wall & Dr K Blackstock (James Hutton Institute)
Mark Speed
(PhD, 2011) 
A two year survey of the isotope hydrology and geochemistry of the River Dee Prof C Soulsby, Prof D Tetzlaff & Dr I Malcolm (Fisheries Research Services)
Stephen Addy
(PhD, 2010)
River basins in mountain settings Prof C Soulsby & Prof A Hartley (Geology, Aberdeen)
Christian Birkel
(PhD, 2010) 
Enhancing methodologies for capturing hydrological data in a changing environment Prof D Tetzlaff, Prof C Soulsby & Dr S Dunn (James Hutton Institute)
Caro Anne Cooke
(MSc, 2010)
The influence of hyporheic dynamics in embryo survival in an agricultural stream Prof C Soulsby & Dr I Malcolm (Fisheries Research Services)
Susan Heard
(MSc, 2010)
Perceptions, attitudes and responses to volcanic hazards with special reference to Mount Tunguruhua, Ecuador Dr T Mighall & Dr A Gemmell
Kate Pangbourne
(PhD, 2010) 
The transition to regional delivery of transport investment in Scotland Dr L Philip & Dr D Mackinnon (Univ Glasgow)
Thanawat Phonphitakchai (PhD, 2010)  Transport services and modal choice: a Structural Equation Modelling approach Prof J Nelson
Louise Reid
(PhD, 2010)
Environmental attitudes and behavioural change: a role for household environmental impact diaries Prof C Hunter
Fiona Williams
(PhD, 2010)
The future of farming? Factors influencing the decisions of the next generation Prof J Farrington
Christina Bell
(PhD, 2009)
Spatial and temporal variations in the snowpack of a High Arctic ice cap Dr D Mair & Prof P Nienow (Univ Edinburgh)
Margaret Currie
(PhD, 2009)
An evaluation of supported bus and community transport services in rural Scotland Prof J Farrington
Jane Grant
(PhD, 2009)
The significance of groundwater-surface water interactions on hyporheic physio-chemistry and stream ecology in two Scottish mountain rivers Dr C Gibbins & Prof C Soulsby
Helen Edmond
(PhD, 2009)
The small hotel sector in rural Scotland and local development Dr D Mackinnon
Gillian McCrum
(PhD, 2009)
Sustainable tourism Prof C Hunter
Marsaili MacLeod
(PhD, 2009)
Gaelic language and economic development in the Highlands and Islands Dr L Philip & Dr A Stockdale (Queens Univ Belfast)
 Clare Waterhouse
(PhD, 2009)
Early Holocene environmental change and human impact on the Isle of Skye and Inner Sound, Scotland Prof K Edwards
Iain Wright
(MSc, 2009)
Defining and representing gradients meaningfully for vulnerable road users D Green & M Wood

 

Dr Y Sripada (Computing Science, Aberdeen),

Prof J Nelson & Prof P Edwards (Computing Science, Aberdeen)