Zone Archive

There’s links here to all the geoscientists in all the zones we’ve run since March 2014.

Each column can be reordered (click on the title). Or you can always use CTRL-F to search for a particular scientist, topic or zone.

Name Institute About me and my work Zone name Date
Jesse DavenportCentre de Recherches Pétrographiques et GéochimiquesI work with rocks, sediment and river water from the Himalayan Tibetan Plateau to try to solve and reconstruct past climate change and the history of the coliision of India with Asia.Earth ZoneJune 2014
Rehemat BhatiaUniversity College London and the Natural History MuseumI study tiny fossil plankton called foraminifera and look at the chemistry of their skeletons to look at how climate has changed through timeEarth ZoneJune 2014
Denise De GaetanoI statistically analysis (I prefer calling it playing) with numbers.Earth ZoneJune 2014
Daniel Lao DavilaOklahoma State UniversityI am a structural geologist who conducts research and teach university students about the wonders of geology.Earth ZoneJune 2014
Anna RabittiNIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research and Utrecht UniversityI am an Italian girl currently living on a tiny Dutch Island in the North Sea and studying waves deep inside the ocean.Earth ZoneJune 2014
Rhian MearaSwansea UniversityTeaching, teaching, teaching, and sometimes a bit of research! 2015 ZoneMarch 2015
Daniel Pastor-GalánThe University of UtrechtPangaea, the greatest of the continents formed about 300 million years ago, why? how? This is what I try to discover!2015 ZoneMarch 2015
Bas van den BergUniversity of SalamancaI am looking at rocks taken from 300 meters underground in the Southwest of Spain to figure out how, six million years ago, a change in climate and in water flow between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea caused a huge layer of salt of 1 km thick.2015 ZoneMarch 2015
Andreas RudersdorfPhD candidate at RWTH Aachen University.I’m trying to understand the earthquake history of an oasis in the Gobi Desert.2015 ZoneMarch 2015
Alice MarzocchiUniversity of Bristol I make computer simulations of the Earth’s climate, to study how it works today and how similar or different it was millions of years ago. Then I combine this with the data that we collect in the field.2015 ZoneMarch 2015