Christopher Marshall

  • United Kingdom

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My research focuses on examining landscape scale peatland processes in the present and geological past to understand the controls on peatland resilience to future climatic change.

  • I am currently contributing to a Leverhulme leadership award examining how satellite radar can be used to assess future peatland resilience and the NERC funded ‘Fire Blanket’ project assessing the impact of large fires in the Flow Country in 2019.
  • I am involved in a project in conjunction with Forestry and Land Scotland and Peatland Action to assess how bog breathing characteristics as measured by satellite radar can be used to determine peatland condition and assess the effectiveness of peatland restoration at a national scale.
  • I am working with colleagues at the University Centre in Svalbard  to examine what high latitude coals can tell us about peat formation in a warm Arctic.


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