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Dr Olly Bartlett is a Lecturer in Remote Sensing and Geography with expertise in remote sensing, geographic information systems, and fieldwork in polar and alpine environments. Dr Bartlett's ongoing research interests include combining planetary scale remote sensing analysis and machine learning to monitor the cryosphere as well as high-latitude and high-altitude ecosystems. Additionally, Dr Bartlett is an expert in Uncrewed Aerial Vehicle (UAV) based remote sensing of polar and alpine environments, as well as field-based glaciology.

Research interests

Remote sensing, UAVs, and Google Earth Engine

Polar and alpine environmental change


Current supervision:

PhD: Lottie Pearson - Pan-Arctic Permafrost Thaw

Teaching specialisms

Physical Geography 

GIS and Remote Sensing

Research Methods

Education/Academic qualification

Physical Geography, PhD, Geostatistical methods for improved quantification of ice mass bed topography, University of Exeter

Sept 2016Mar 2020

Award Date: 5 Oct 2020

Polar and Alpine Change, MSc, Modelling the origin and spatial dynamics of hummocky surface topography on debris-covered glaciers, The University of Sheffield

Sept 2015Sept 2016

Award Date: 1 Nov 2016

Physical Geography, BSc, The University of Sheffield

Sept 2011May 2015

Award Date: 20 Jun 2015


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