Gordon Bromley The Climate Change Investigator


We live in a vast natural laboratory and are surrounded by geologic evidence for ice ages, abrupt climate change, and myriad human-climate interactions. As a lecturer in physical geography and climate at NUI Galway, Gordon is actively researching this laboratory using glacial geology and geochemistry to reconstruct our natural history and the mechanics of past climatic upheaval. This information can then be uses to better understand the present and refine computer-based projections of the future. Currently, Gordon is leading investigations in Antarctica, the tropical Andes of Colombia and Peru, Ireland, and Scotland, and is developing the Republic of Ireland’s first cosmogenic nuclide facility at NUI Galway. Since moving to Galway in 2017, Gordon has also become involved in public engagement and outreach, and is a contributor to the EcoEd4All sustainability curriculum



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