Author Archives: Siân Williams

About Siân Williams

I am a PhD student in the Space & Atmospheric Physics Group and Grantham Institute for Climate Change at Imperial College London. My research involves looking at the links between atmospheric dust and vegetation. I enjoy organising the monthly ClimateSnack meetings at Imperial.

Saharan dust: the Amazon’s fertiliser

Most PhD students try to perfect a way of describing their research in a few sentences. These ‘elevator pitches’ (cringe) come in useful when meeting new people at seminars, conferences or the pub. My own little snippet is this: dust … Continue reading

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