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The Pleistocene History of Birmingham

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Sebastian is a 2nd Year PhD student researching the Pleistocene history of glacial deposits in the Birmingham region under the supervision of Professor Phil Gibbard, Dr Steve Boreham and Dr Philip Hughes (University of Manchester). Sebastian read a BSc in Geography between 2003-2006 at the University of Exeter following onto a MSc in Quaternary Science between 2007-2008 at Royal Holloway and UCL . Sebastian primary interest is glacial sedimentology, geochronology and 3D modelling. These skills are hoped to raise and address key questions surrounding the highly dynamic sedimentological records of the Birmingham region.

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