University of Hertfordshire

Dr Alastair Curry


Dr Curry is a British university lecturer in physical geography, with particular interest in periglacial and paraglacial geomorphology, Holocene landscape evolution and Quaternary environmental change. After completing his PhD in Scotland in 1998, he lectured for 4 years at the University of Hertfordshire. From 2004 until 2017 he was a member of the Christian mission agency OMF International (Cambodia), where he worked as a lecturer/advisor to the Department of Geography and Land Management at the Royal University of Phnom Penh. In 2017 he returned to the University of Hertfordshire as Lecturer in Physical Geography, and Senior Lecturer in 2019. Since 2020 he has been joint Subject Group Lead (Geography, Environment and Planning). Current projects include the timing of debris flow activity in upland Britain; paraglacial modification and stabilisation of lateral moraines in the European Alps; postglacial rock-slope failure in Norway; evaluation of Schmidt hammer exposure dating (SHED) for Lateglacial events in NW Scotland.

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