» Dr Abi Stone
Dr Abi Stone
DPhil (Oxon) MSc (London), MA BA (Oxon)
Role or Position
Stipendiary Lecturer in Physical Geography
Abi studied Geography at Keble College, Oxford (2000-2003) and then completed an MSc in Quaternary Science at Royal Holloway, University of London (2003-2004), and a DPhil (2005-2009) back at Oxford on reconstructing terrestrial environments in southern Africa during the Quaternary period. She has been teaching in Oxford since 2005 as a college lecturer at Keble, across a number of other colleges and in the department for the option paper in Quaternary Science. She has worked as a Post Doctoral Research Assistant with Professor Heather Viles, and her is currently a Research Associate, funded by the Thesiger-Oman International Fellowship from the Royal Geographical Society, the British Society for Geomorphology and the Oxford Fell Fund. She is currently also a Stipendiary College Lecturer in Physical Geography at Keble College and College Lecturer (for sabbatical cover) at Worcester and St Hilda's.
Physical Geography, Environmental Geography, Research Methods and Techniques core papers. Quaternary Science option paper.
Environmental change, Quaternary Science, Geomorphology, Groundwater resources, southern Africa.
Stone, A.E.C., Viles, H.A., Thomas, L. and van Calsteren, P. (2010) Can 234U-230Th dating be used to date large semi-arid tufas? Challenges from a study in the Naukluft Mountains, Namibia. Journal of Quaternary Science, 25(8): 1360-1372.
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