I am a researcher with interests in glacial geology, palaeoglaciology and near-surface geophysics. I am currently a Visiting Research Fellow in the School of the Environment, Geography and Geosciences, University of Portsmouth, but soon-to-be a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Physical Geography, Stockholm University.
My research uses the glacial geological record – the “lumps, bumps and dirt” left behind by glaciers – to reconstruct the behaviour and characteristics of former ice masses and to examine glacier-climate interactions. My current area of primary interest is applying near-surface geophysics to investigate glacial landforms.
- Chandler, B.M.P., Boston, C.M., Lukas, S. (2019) A spatially-restricted Younger Dryas plateau icefield in the Gaick, Scotland: Reconstruction and palaeoclimatic implications. Quaternary Science Reviews, 211, 107–135. [Click here for access]
- Chandler, B.M.P., et al. (2018). Glacial geomorphological mapping: A review of approaches and frameworks for best practice. Earth-Science Reviews, 185, 806–846. [Click here for access]
- Chandler, B.M.P., Evans, D.J.A., Roberts, D.H. (2016). Characteristics of recessional moraines at a temperate glacier in SE Iceland: Insights into patterns, rates and drivers of glacier retreat. Quaternary Science Reviews, 135, 171-205. [Click here for access]