Jim is a Research Associate working with Prof. Tina van de Flierdt on reconstructing Antarctic ice sheet history, with a current focus on the Pleistocene. He uses geochemical techniques to trace the provenance of Antarctic sediments and is also interested in integrating sediment provenance proxies with numerical ice sheet modelling.
- 2018-2022 PhD - Imperial College London
- 2016-2017 MPhil Polar Studies - Cambridge University
- 2013-2016 BSc Environmental Geoscience - Durham University
et al., 2022, A Path to Quantitative Interpretation of Antarctic Sediment Provenance Records
et al., 2022, Early and middle Miocene ice sheet dynamics in the Ross Sea: results from integrated core-log-seismic interpretation, Gsa Bulletin, Vol:134, ISSN:0016-7606, Pages:348-370
et al., 2021, A large West Antarctic Ice Sheet explains Early Neogene sea-level amplitude, Nature, Vol:600, ISSN:0028-0836, Pages:450-455