Research interests:

1. Stability of the gravel-sand transition through time
2. Conglomerate recycling in the Himalayan foreland basin; implications for grain size and provenance
3. How can the ancient rock record inform present day processes (e.g. flooding, extreme events, etc)
4. Hinterland river capture; implications for the stratigraphic record

Career history:

September 2016 – Present: PhD Student – University of Edinburgh

July 2014 -September 2016 – Assistant Geoscientist/Carbonate sedimentologist – CGG

September 2011 – June 2014: Geology and Physical Geography BSc (1st class honours)

Active research projects:

1. Stability of the gravel-sand transition through time
2. Conglomerate recycling in the Himalayan foreland basin; implications for grain size and provenance
3. How can the ancient rock record inform present day processes on the Ganga Plain(e.g. flooding, extreme events, etc)

Recent publications:

Conglomerate recycling in the Himalayan foreland basin; implications for grain size and provenance (GSA Bulletin): Inpress