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Ms Hannah Buckland

Ms Hannah Buckland

Ms Hannah Buckland
BSc

Demonstrator

Area of research

Volcanic ash generation and transport from large magnitude eruptions. (Supervisors: Professor Kathy Cashman, Dr Alison Rust and Dr Sam Engwell)

Office G6
Wills Memorial Building,
Queens Road, Clifton BS8 1RJ
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+44 (0) 117 954 5243

Summary

My research is focused on the processes that govern ash generation and dispersal from large magnitude eruptions.  I am interested in not only the intitial processes that produce and disperse volcanic ash but also secondary processes that remobilise ash in the environment.  I am interested in how we use the tephra record to reconstruct past eruptions, particularly large magnitude eruptions which we have not experienced in modern times.  My interests span from physical volcanology and petrology to landscape evolution and computer modelling.  My work so far has focused on two past eruptions; the Mazama eruption that formed modern day Crater Lake in Oregon, and the Campanian eruption from Campi Flegrei in Italy.

Biography

2017- present PhD Student (GW4+ DTP)

2016-2017 AXA Project Assistant, University of Bristol

2015-2016 MSc Volcanology, University of Bristol

2011-2015 BSc Geology and Physical Geography, University of Edinburgh

Teaching

Demonstrator for:

- Physical Volcanology & Geological Flows 

- Environmental Hazards

- Geology Field Skills (Spain Fieldtrip)

- Modelling Volcanic Hazards

Keywords

  • Volcanic ash
  • Volcanic hazards
  • Fragmentation mechanisms
  • Large explosive eruptions

Memberships

Organisations

School of Earth Sciences

Postgraduate students

Research groups

Research themes

Recent publications

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Courses

Ms Buckland currently teaches 2 courses:

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