Author Archives: GeoSciRebecca

About GeoSciRebecca

Fourth year student studying for Geography BSc. Interests lie within glaciology, climate science, quantitative analysis, and modelling. Quite possibly the size of a tall hobbit and always in favour of second breakfast.

Living the Commuter’s Life as a Carbon Data Analyst Intern

Finding an internship related to my degree, Geography, and more specifically my interests in quantitative models, glaciology, and climate change is pretty tough! I would say impossible but luckily, I stumbled across a listing for an internship at CDP (the Carbon … Continue reading

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Geoscience Outreach and Engagement

How to get out of exams 101 😉 I’m just kidding, but it is true that there is no exam. This is because of the very nature of the course that is ‘Geoscience Outreach and Engagement’ – an elective course within the … Continue reading

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Sunbathing on a glacier, and other fieldwork things…

I remember when I was in year 10 and I begged and begged my teacher to choose the cold environments topic for our Geography GCSE. I stressed how “awesome” it would be for us to learn about a landscape that … Continue reading

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Introduce myself I must…

Hey! My name is Rebecca and I am a fourth year student studying Geography, with a lot of emphasis on Physical Geography; I practically run away from the human side of things. I am currently writing my dissertation on the … Continue reading

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