I am a glaciologist working on the mass balance of the Greenland Ice Sheet. I use a combination of field measurements, remotely-sensed data and computer models to explore the vulnerability of the Greenland Ice Sheet to projected climate change. I have particular interests in the manipulation and analysis of large, multi-dimensional datasets.
Currently I am based in the Bristol Glaciology Centre at the University of Bristol, where I am employed on BLACK and BLOOM, a NERC-funded project which aims to unravel the variations in the albedo of the Greenland Ice Sheet as a result of interactions between microbes and particulates.
Please feel free to get in touch:
Email: a.j.tedstone at bristol.ac.uk.
Phone (office): +44 (0) 117 42 82367.
- 2016-: Research Associate, University of Bristol
- 2011-2015: Ph.D ‘Hydrological controls on Greenland Ice Sheet motion’, University of Edinburgh
- 2010-2011: M.Phil ‘Sediment plumes as indicators of Greenland Ice Sheet hydrology’
- 2007-2010: MA Geography, University of Cambridge
For more information you may download my CV (last updated 3 July 2017).