Dr Jamie K. Pringle

Title: Senior Lecturer in Engineering & Environmental Geosciences
Phone: (+44) 01782 733163
Email: j.k.pringle@keele.ac.uk
Location: William Smith Building : WS 1.13
Role: MSc Geoscience Research Admissions Officer
Contacting me: Try my office 9-5pm or email me!
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I was appointed as a Lecturer at Keele University in 2006 and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2014. I was awarded the William Smith Fund (Award) by the Geological Society of London in 2012 which is awarded to "for published excellence in contributions to applied and economic aspects of geoscience" within 10 years of their PhD. I am currently part of the MSc Geoscience Research course management team.

Whilst originally a geologist (BSc Geology Royal Holloway 1996) and applied sedimentologist PhD Heriot-Watt University 2003), my multi-disciplinary quantitative research has moved from capturing architectural geometries of reservoir analogues (Research Fellow Liverpool University 2004-5), through to near-surface geophysics (Reynolds Geo-Sciences Ltd 2003-4), military and now forensic geoscience, specialising in forensic geophysics.  Teaching commitments also form a large part of my duties, teaching on all Levels from school visits and outreach, through to UG, PGT and PGR programmes. I gained my MA in Teaching and Learning in HE from Keele in 2012 and have been developing various educational e-games as complementary learning environments (see publication list).

I am part of the Applied & Environmental Geophysics Group here at Keele. I am also a committee member of both the Near-Surface Geophysics and Forensic Geoscience Specialist Sub-Groups of the Geological Society of London and actively collaborate with the UK Police Service's National Crime Agency, various UK Police Service County Forces and the Environment Agency. Finally I am a scrutineer on the Chartership Panel of the Geological Society of London.

Forensic field work I have diverse areas of research, including engineering, environmental geology and geoscience, applied near-surface geophysics (including forensics), quantitative sedimentology, spatial data analysis, visualisation and virtual outcrops, petroleum reservoir modelling and military geology and archaeology. Such diverse interests allow me to investigate a variety of research and student projects which enriches my teaching.

I am part of the Applied & Environmental Geophysics Group.

See Jamie Pringle Publications  for a full list of publications.

Selected Publications

  • Ruffell A, Pringle JK, Cassella J, Morgan R, Ferguson M, Heaton V, Hope C. 2017. The use of geoscience methods for aquatic forensic searches. Earth-Science Reviews, vol. 171(7), 323-337. link> doi> link>
  • Fernandez-Alvarez J-P, Rubio-Melendi D, Martinez-Velasco A, Pringle JK, Aguilera D. 2016. Discovery of a mass grave from the Spanish Civil War using GPR and forensic archaeology. Forensic Science International, vol. 267(10), e10-e17. link> doi> link>
  • Martin Molina C, Pringle JK, Saumett M, Evans GT. 2016. Geophysical and botanical monitoring of simulated graves in a tropical rainforest, Colombia, South America. JOURNAL OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, vol. 135, 232-242. link> doi>
  • Pringle JK, Jervis JR, Roberts D, Dick HC, Wisniewski KD, Cassidy NJ, Cassella JP. 2016. Long-term Geophysical Monitoring of Simulated Clandestine Graves using Electrical and Ground Penetrating Radar Methods: 4-6 Years After Burial. J Forensic Sci, vol. 61(2), 309-321. link> doi>
  • Booth AD and Pringle JK. 2016. Semblance analysis to assess GPR data from a five-year forensic study of simulated clandestine graves. JOURNAL OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, vol. 125, 37-44. link> doi>

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Journal Articles

  • Ruffell A, Pringle JK, Cassella J, Morgan R, Ferguson M, Heaton V, Hope C. 2017. The use of geoscience methods for aquatic forensic searches. Earth-Science Reviews, vol. 171(7), 323-337. link> doi> link>
  • Fernandez-Alvarez J-P, Rubio-Melendi D, Martinez-Velasco A, Pringle JK, Aguilera D. 2016. Discovery of a mass grave from the Spanish Civil War using GPR and forensic archaeology. Forensic Science International, vol. 267(10), e10-e17. link> doi> link>
  • Martin Molina C, Pringle JK, Saumett M, Evans GT. 2016. Geophysical and botanical monitoring of simulated graves in a tropical rainforest, Colombia, South America. JOURNAL OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, vol. 135, 232-242. link> doi>
  • Pringle JK and Dick HC. Forensic geophysics: assisting law enforcement agencies in clandestine grave detection. FastTIMES, vol. 21(2). link> link>
  • Pringle JK, Jervis JR, Roberts D, Dick HC, Wisniewski KD, Cassidy NJ, Cassella JP. 2016. Long-term Geophysical Monitoring of Simulated Clandestine Graves using Electrical and Ground Penetrating Radar Methods: 4-6 Years After Burial. J Forensic Sci, vol. 61(2), 309-321. link> doi>
  • Molina CM, Pringle JK, Saumett M, Evans GT. 2016. Geophysical monitoring of simulated graves with resistivity, magnetic susceptibility, conductivity and GPR in Colombia, South America. Forensic Science International. link> doi> link>
  • Booth AD and Pringle JK. 2016. Semblance analysis to assess GPR data from a five-year forensic study of simulated clandestine graves. JOURNAL OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, vol. 125, 37-44. link> doi>
  • Pringle JK. 2015. Virtual geology special issue: developing training, teaching and research skillsets for geoscientists. Geology Today, vol. 31(6), 213-215. link> doi> link>
  • Dick HC, Pringle JK, Sloane B, Carver J, Wisniewski KD, Haffenden A, Porter S, Roberts D, Cassidy NJ. 2015. Detection and characterisation of Black Death burials by multi-proxy geophysical methods. JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE, vol. 59, 132-141. link> doi>
  • Moseley DB, Pringle JK, Haslam RB, Egan SS, Rogers SL, Gertisser R, Cassidy NJ, Stimpson I. 2015. Geophysical surveys to help map buried igneous intrusions, Snowdonia, North Wales, UK. Geology Today, vol. 31(3), 109-115. doi> link>
  • Pringle JK, Giubertoni M, Cassidy NJ, Wisniewski KD, Hansen JD, Linford NT, Daniels RM. 2015. The use of magnetic susceptibility as a forensic search tool. Forensic Sci Int, vol. 246, 31-42. link> doi>
  • Molina CM, Pringle JK, Saumett M, Hernández O. 2015. Preliminary results of sequential monitoring of simulated clandestine graves in Colombia, South America, using ground penetrating radar and botany. Forensic Sci Int, vol. 248, 61-70. link> doi>
  • Jervis JR and Pringle JK. 2014. A study of the effect of seasonal climatic factors on the electrical resistivity response of three experimental graves. JOURNAL OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, vol. 108, 53-60. link> doi>
  • Pringle JK. 2014. Educational egaming: the future for geoscience virtual learners?. Geology Today, vol. 30(4), 145-148. doi> link>
  • Pringle JK, Cassella JP, Jervis JR, Williams A, Cross P, Cassidy NJ. 2015. Soilwater Conductivity Analysis to Date and Locate Clandestine Graves of Homicide Victims. J Forensic Sci, vol. 60(4), 1052-1060. link> doi>
  • Hansen JD, Pringle JK, Goodwin J. 2014. GPR and bulk ground resistivity surveys in graveyards: locating unmarked burials in contrasting soil types. Forensic Sci Int, vol. 237, e14-e29. link> doi>
  • Ruffell A, Pringle JK, Forbes S. 2014. Search protocols for hidden forensic objects beneath floors and within walls. Forensic Sci Int, vol. 237, 137-145. link> doi>
  • Southern SJ, Mountney NP, Pringle JK. 2014. The Carboniferous Southern Pennine Basin, UK. Geology Today, vol. 30(2), 74-81. doi> link>
  • Pringle JK and Stimpson IG. 2013. The Precambrian–Cambrian nonconformity at the Ercall Quarries, The Wrekin, Shropshire, UK. Geology Today, vol. 29(5), 195-199. doi>
  • Brunt RL, Hodgson DM, Flint SS, Pringle JK, Di Celma C, Prelat A, Grecula M. 2013. Confined to unconfined: Anatomy of a base of slope succession, Karoo Basin, South Africa. Marine and Petroleum Geology, vol. 41, 206-221. doi>
  • Pringle JK. 2013. Educational environmental geoscience e-gaming to provide stimulating and effective learning. Higher Education Planet, vol. 27(1), 21-28. doi> link>
  • Pringle JK, Styles P, Howell CP, Branston MW, Furner R, Toon SM. 2012. Long term time-lapse microgravity and geotechnical monitoring of relict salt-mines, Marston, Cheshire, UK. Geophysics, vol. 77(6), B287-B294. doi> link>
  • Pringle JK, Ruffell A, Jervis JR, Donnelly L, McKinley J, Hansen J, Morgan R, Pirrie D, Harrison M. 2012. The use of geoscience methods for terrestrial forensic searches. Earth-Science Reviews, vol. 114, 108-123. doi> link>
  • Pringle JK, Jervis JR, Hansen JD, Jones GM, Cassidy NJ, Cassella JP. 2012. Geophysical Monitoring of Simulated Clandestine Graves Using Electrical and Ground-Penetrating Radar Methods: 0–3 Years After Burial. Journal of Forensic Sciences. doi>
  • Pringle JK, Holland C, Szkornik K, Harrison M. 2012. Establishing forensic search methodologies and geophysical surveying for the detection of clandestine graves in coastal beach environments. Forensic Science International, vol. 219(1), e29-e36. link> doi> link>
  • Banham SG and Pringle JK. 2011. Geophysical and intrusive site investigations to detect an abandoned coal-mine access shaft, Apedale, Staffordshire, UK. Near Surface Geophysics, vol. 9, 483-496. link> doi> link>
  • Pringle JK, Millington TM, Cassidy NJ, Crocco L, Soldovieri F. 2011. Interpreting complex, three-dimensional, near-surface GPR surveys: an integrated modelling and inversion approach. Near Surface Geophysics, vol. 9(4), 297-304. doi> link>
  • Pringle JK, Cassidy NJ, Styles P, Stimpson IG, Toon SM. 2011. Training the next generation of near-surface geophysicists: team-based, student-led, problem-solving field exercises, Cumbria, UK. Near Surface Geophysics, vol. 9(4), 397. doi> link>
  • Juerges A, Pringle JK, Jervis JR, Masters P. 2010. Comparisons of magnetic and electrical resistivity surveys over simulated clandestine graves in contrasting burial environments. NEAR SURFACE GEOPHYSICS, vol. 8(6), 529-539. link> doi> link>
  • Cassidy NJ and Pringle JK. 2010. Special Issue on Student-based Research Foreword. NEAR SURFACE GEOPHYSICS, vol. 8(6), 443-444. link> doi>
  • Pringle JK, Cassidy NJ, Styles P, Stimpson IG, Toon SM. 2010. Training the next generation of near-surface geophysicists: team-based, student-led, problem-solving field exercises, Cumbria, UK. NEAR SURFACE GEOPHYSICS, vol. 8(6), 503-517. link> doi>
  • Cassidy NJ and Pringle JK. 2010. What do students do? Training, research and learning: developing skills for the next generation of near-surface geophysicists. NEAR SURFACE GEOPHYSICS, vol. 8(6), 445-450. link> doi>
  • PRINGLE JK, Brunt RL, Hodgson DM, Flint SS. 2010. Capturing stratigraphic and sedimentological complexity from submarine channel complex outcrops to digital 3D models, Karoo Basin, South Africa. Petroleum Geoscience, vol. 16(4), 307-330. doi> link>
  • Pringle JK and Jervis JR. 2010. Electrical resistivity survey to search for a recent clandestine burial of a homicide victim, UK. Forensic Sci Int, vol. 202(1-3), e1-e7. link> doi>
  • Pringle JK, Cassella JP, Jervis JR. 2010. Preliminary soilwater conductivity analysis to date clandestine burials of homicide victims. Forensic Sci Int, vol. 198(1-3), 126-133. link> doi>
  • Jervis JR, Pringle JK, Tuckwell GW. 2009. Time-lapse resistivity surveys over simulated clandestine graves. Forensic Sci Int, vol. 192(1-3), 7-13. link> doi>
  • Parker R, Ruffell A, Hughes D, Pringle JK. 2009. Geophysics and the search of freshwater bodies: a review. Science & Justice, vol. 50(3), 141-149. link> doi> link>
  • Pringle J. 2009. GEOFORENSICS. ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROSPECTION, vol. 16(4), 293-294. link> doi>
  • Jones GM, Cassidy NJ, Thomas PA, Plante S, Pringle JK. 2009. Imaging and monitoring tree-induced subsidence using electrical resistivity imaging. NEAR SURFACE GEOPHYSICS, vol. 7(3), 191-206. link>
  • Pringle JK, Lenham JW, Reynolds JM. 2009. GPR investigations to characterize Medieval and Roman foundations under existing shop premises: a case study from Chester, Cheshire, UK. NEAR SURFACE GEOPHYSICS, vol. 7(2), 93-100. link>
  • Pringle JK, Jervis J, Cassella JP, Cassidy NJ. 2008. Time-lapse geophysical investigations over a simulated urban clandestine grave. J Forensic Sci, vol. 53(6), 1405-1416. link> doi>
  • Pringle JK, Stimpson IG, Toon SM, Caunt S, Lane VS, Husband CR, Jones GM, Cassidy NJ, Styles P. 2008. Geophysical characterization of derelict coalmine workings and mineshaft detection: a case study from Shrewsbury, United Kingdom. NEAR SURFACE GEOPHYSICS, vol. 6(3), 185-194. link> doi>
  • PRINGLE JK, Babits LE, Doyle P. 2007. Multidisciplinary investigations at Stalag Luft III allied prisoner-of-war camp: The site of the 1944 “great escape,” Zagan, Western Poland. Geoarchaeology, vol. 22(7), 729-746. doi>
  • Pringle JK. 2007. Forensic geology: getting geological principals and practices into the classroom. School Science Review, vol. 89(327), 1-4. link>
  • PRINGLE JK, Carrivik JL, Cassidy NJ, Russell AJ. 2007. GPR-derived Sedimentary Architecture and Stratigraphy of Outburst Flood Sedimentation Within a Bedrock Valley System, Hraundalur, Iceland. Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, vol. 12(1), 127-143. doi>
  • Pringle JK, Howell JA, Hodgetts D, Westerman AR, Hodgson DM. 2006. Virtual outcrop models of petroleum reservoir outcrop analogues – a review of the current state-of-the-art. First Break, vol. 24(3), 33-42. doi> link>
  • PRINGLE JK, Clarke JD, Drinkwater NJ, Westerman AR. 2004. 3D high-resolution digital models of outcrop analogue study sites to constrain reservoir model uncertainty: an example from Alport Castles, Derbyshire, UK. Petroleum Geoscience, vol. 10(4), 343-352. doi> link>
  • Westerman A R and Pringle J K & Hunter G. 2004. Preliminary lidar survey results from Peak Cavern vestibule, Derbys, UK. Cave and Karst Science., vol. 30(3), 129-130.
  • Pringle J and Westerman R & Gardiner A. 2004. Virtual geological outcrops - fieldwork and analysis made less exhaustive?. Geology Today, vol. 20(2), 64-69. doi>
  • Pringle JK, Westerman AR, Schmidt A, Harrison J, Beck J, Donahue RE, Gardiner AR. 2002. Investigating Peak Cavern, Castleton, Derbyshire, UK: integrating cave survey, geophysics, geology and archaeology to create a 3-D digital CAD model. Cave & Karst Science, vol. 29(2), 67-74. link>
  • Dick HC, Pringle JK, Wisniewski KD, Goodwin J, van der Putten R, Evans G, Francis JD, Cassella JP, Hansen JD. Determining geophysical responses from burials in graveyards and cemeteries. Geophysics. link> doi> link>
  • Rees-Hughes L, Pringle JK, Russill N, Wisniewski KD. Multidisciplinary Investigations at P.O.W. Camp 198, Bridgend, S. Wales: Site of a Mass Escape in March 1945. Journal of Conflict Archaeology. link> doi> link>

Chapters

  • Pringle JK, Bracegirdle L, Potter JA. 2017. Educational forensic e-gaming as effective learning environments for Higher Education students. In Forensic Science Education and Training. Williams A, Cassella JP, Maskell PD (Eds.). (18 vols.). Wiley. link> link>
  • Hansen JD and Pringle JK. 2013. Comparison of magnetic, electrical and ground penetrating radar surveys to detect buried forensic objects in semi-urban and domestic patio environments. In Environmental and Criminal Geoforensics. Pirrie D, Ruffell A, Dawson LA (Eds.). (vol. 384). Geological Society of London. doi> link>
  • Doyle P, Pringle JK, Babits LE. 2013. Stalag Luft III: the archaeology of an escaper’s camp. In Prisoner of War Internment: archaeology, memory and heritage of 19th and 20th Century mass internment. Mytum H and Carr G (Eds.). (1st ed.). New York: Springer.
  • Pringle JK, Jones RR, McCaffrey KJW, Imber J, Wightman RH, Guo J, Long JJ. 2011. Extending digital outcrop geology into the subsurface. In SEPM Concepts in Sedimentology and Paleontology No. 10. Martinsen OJ, Pulham AJ, Haughton PDW, Sullivan MD (Eds.). (vol. 10). USA: SEPM. link>
  • Doyle P, Babits L, Pringle JK. 2009. 6.2 Yellow sands and penguins: the soil of "The Great Escape". In Soil and Culture. Landa ER and Feller C (Eds.). Springer Verlag.
  • Jervis JR, Pringle JK, Cassella JP, Tuckwell GT. 2009. Using soil and groundwater to understand resistivity surveys over a simulated clandestine grave. In Criminal and environmental soil forensics. Ritz K, Dawson L, Miller D (Eds.). Springer Publishing, Dortrecht, The Netherlands. doi>
  • Pringle JK, Westerman AR, Stanbrook DA, Tatum DI, Gardiner AR. 2007. Sand volcanoes of the Carboniferous Ross Formation, County Clare, Western Ireland: 3-D internal sedimentary structure and formation. In Sand injectiles: Implications for hydrocarbon exploration and production. Hurst A and Cartwright J (Eds.). (87th ed.). American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
  • PRINGLE JK, Clarke JD, Westerman AR, Gardiner AR. 2003. The use of GPR to image three-dimensional (3-D) turbidite channel architecture in the Carboniferous Ross Formation, County Clare, western Ireland. In Ground Penetrating Radar in Sediments. Bristow CS and Jol H (Eds.). GSL Special Publications.
  • Pringle JK, Westerman AR, Clark JD, Guest JA, Ferguson RJ, Gardiner AR. 2003. The use of Vertical Radar Profiles (VRP) in GPR surveys of indurated sediments. In GPR in Sediments. Bristow CS and Jol H (Eds.). (vol. 211). London, UK.: Geological Society of London. link>

Other

  • Ainsworth JT, Mitten A, Pringle JK. 2017. A preliminary Ground Penetrating Radar study of fluvial architectures at Spireslack, Ayreshire, Scotland. Geological Society of London. link> link>
  • francis J, Cassidy NJ, Gunn D, Pringle JK. 2017. Geophysical ground survey investigation for the possible HS2 route through Rugeley, Staffordshire, UK. Geological Society of London. link> link>
  • rowell C, Fulton JC, Pringle JK. 2017. Monitoring subsidence to relict salt mines using long-term time-lapse microgravity, Marston, Cheshire, UK. Postgraduate Research Symposium of the Near Surface Geophysics Group. Geological Society of London. link> link>
  • Orlecka-Sikora B, Lasocki S, Staszek M, Olszewska D, Urban P, Jaroslawski J, Cielesta S, Mirek J, Wiszniowski J, Picozzi M, Solaro G, pringle JK, Toon SM, Cesca S, Kuehn D, Ruigrok E, Gunning A, Isherwood C. 2017. EPOS Thematic Core Service Anthropogenic Hazards for SHEER project: maintain, process and manage your project research data. Geophysical Research Abstracts. European Geosciences Union General Assembly. link>
  • Pringle JK, Bracegirdle L, Potter J. 2014. Educational e-gaming to provide an innovative, effective and flexible 24/7 learning environment. Yes. Higher Education Academy. link>
  • Pringle JK, Cassella JP, Williams A, Cross P, Ruffell A, Masters P. 2013. Collaborative geophysical monitoring of simulated forensic ‘crime scenes’ in the U.K. European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE). link>
  • Pringle JK, Hansen J, Banner C. 2013. Optimal geophysical techniques and configurations for below-patio forensic targets. Online. European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE). link>
  • Pringle JK. 2013. Forensic geophysical investigations for Black Death Plague Pit, Charterhouse Square, Central London. Online onlylink>
  • Molina CM, Hernandez O, Pringle JK. 2013. Experiments to detect clandestine graves in Colombia using near-surface geophysical methods. Online. American Geophysical Union (AGU). link>
  • Pringle JK. CSI: Geophysics.
  • Hansen JD and Pringle JK. 2011. Geophysical investigations in UK graveyards: re-use of existing burial grounds. European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers. link>
  • Pringle JK, Jervis JR, Hansen JD, Cassidy NJ, Jones G, Tuckwell G. 2011. Geophysical monitoring of simulated clandestine graves using electrical and GPR methods: 0-3 years after burial. European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers (EAGE). link>
  • Pringle JK. 2010. Environmental forensic geophysical survey for a buried canal barge, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, UK.
  • PRINGLE JK, Jervis JR, Tuckwell GT. 2009. Comparison of Time-lapse GPR and Resistivity over Simulated Clandestine Graves. EAGE EarthDoc. link> link>
  • Pringle JK and Banham S. 2008. Locating the No.7 mine access adit using geophysical methods.
  • Stanbrook DA, Pringle JK, Clark JD. 2008. Facies characteristics in a semi-confined basin: from high net:gross channelized sheets to lower net:gross onlap margins. Grand Coyer basin, SE France. GCSSEPM. link>
  • Pringle JK, Stanbrook DA, Clark JD. 2008. Resolving Deep-Water Channel Architectures: High-Resolution Forward Seismic Modeling of Turbidite Systems, Ainsa II Channel, Campodarbe Group, Northern Spain. GCSSEPM. link>
  • Stanbrook DA, Pringle JK, Clark JD, Elliott T, Gardiner AR. 2008. Resolving Deep-Water Stratigraphic Traps: Forward Seismic Modeling of a Turbidite Onlap; Montagne de Chalufy, Grès d'Annot Formation, Southeast France. GCSSEPM. link>
  • Doyle P and Babits L & Pringle J. 2004. For you the war is over, but .... the archaeological record of Stalag Luft III escape attempts. Proceedings, American Battlefield Protection Program..
  • Cassidy NJ, Russell AJ, Pringle JK & Carrivick JL. 2004. GPR-derived architecture of large-scale Icelandic jokulhlaup deposits, North-East Iceland. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar..
  • PRINGLE JK, Westerman AR, Clark JD, Gardiner AR. 2001. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) Used to Measure 3D Architecture in the Carboniferous Ross Formation, County Clare, Western Ireland. EAGE EarthDoc. link> link>
  • Pringle JK, Clark JD, Westerman AR, Stanbrook DA, Gardiner AR, Morgan BEF. 2001. Virtual Outcrops: 3-D reservoir analogues. Online onlydoi> link>
  • PRINGLE JK, Westerman AR, Clark JD, Gardiner AR, Corbett PWM. 2000. 3D GPR Surveying with Vertical Radar Profiling of Petroleum Reservoir Outcrop Analogues. http://www.earthdoc.org/detail.php?pubid=7192. link>
  • Dick HC and Pringle JK. Elemental analysis of animal burial decomposition fluid as a potential for detecting clandestine burials.
  • Pringle JK. Forensic geophysical survey. Online onlylink>
  • Molina CM and Pringle JAMIE. Geophysical monitoring over graves simulated in Colombia, South America.
  • Molina CM and Pringle JAMIE. Geophysical monitoring over graves simulated in Colombia, South America.
  • Pringle JK. Geophysical surveys for a suspected abandoned coal-mine shaft, Shrewsbury, UK.
  • Pringle JK and Bracegirdle L. Geoscience educational e-gaming to provide stimulating and effective learning. HEA Academy. London: http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/stem-conference/physical-sciences. link>

Year 1

Year 2

  • ESC-20054 Forensic & Military Geoscience (Module Leader)
  • ESC-20040 : Geoscience field techniques (Module Leader)

Year 3

  • ESC-30009 : Natural Hazards (Module Leader)
  • ESC-30032 Geoscience: Independent Field Project
  • ESC-30026 : Geoscience Research Project (Supervisor)
  • CHE-30011 : Forensic Science Group Project (Supervisor)
  • CHE-30034 : Forensic Geoscience (Module Leader)

Year 4

  • ESC-40004/5/6 : M.Geoscience Research Project (Supervisor)
  • ESC-40007 : Geoscientific Spatial Data Analysis (Module Leader)
  • ESC-40042 : MSc Literature Review
  • ESC-40043 : MSc Specific Research Skills
  • ESC-40044 : MSc Dissertation (Module Leader)
  • ESC-40045 : MSc Generic Research Skills (Module Leader)
  • ESC-40046 : MSc Research Project Design and Management

I am fully committed to outreach and widening participation and am involved in a variety of deliveries throughout the year, being nominated for Keele WP outreach academic contributor for the last 4 years.

My standard interactive talk/demonstration is: 'How to find a dead body' which goes down well for 12+ ages, and have also recently developed a 'Mining in WW1' talking about how geology and mining in Flanders, so please get in touch if you want either of these.

Together with Keele and Staffs University colleagues, I have also been awarded a HLF project about the 'Science behind WW1 grant which will run until Christmas 2017, please see here for details.

Finally I run a science club at a local primary school (funded by the Royal Society, Keele outreach and the school PTFA) , activity/information KS1/KS2 aligned sample sheets can be downloaded below (please email me if you want the KS2 quiz answers or resources help!)

KS1

KS2