Dr Jesse Zondervan FGS

Researcher, 

United Kingdom

Languages
English and Dutch (fluent), French and German (elementary)
Countries
United Kingdom

Research Focus

I am a geoscience postdoctoral research associate at Durham University. My research focus is now on global carbon dioxide emissions from mountains. I have experienced research environments in several countries, including the Netherlands, Australia, Denmark and the UK and I am interested in applying my research to global development. I am the content editor for Geology for Global Development, an organisation raising the profile of international development in the geoscience community. I have written a series of articles on the future of geoscience applications in relation to the rise of globalisation in the Impakter Magazine.

Projects

  • Carbon dioxide emissions by rock-derived organic carbon oxidation ROC-CO2
  • Population dynamics and environment in South America

Positions

  • Researcher

Global goals

Target 1.5
Target 11.5
Target 11.B
Target 17.6

Professional Organisations

  • Fellow, Geological Society of London
  • Fellow, Royal Geographical Society
  • Content Editor, Geology for Global Development

Countries

  • United Kingdom

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