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Dr Rosie Everett

Lecturer

Department: Applied Sciences

Dr Rosie Everett is a lecturer in Forensic Science with a specialism in environmental forensics. Before joining Northumbria, she worked for a major forensic service provider as a Forensic Ecologist specialising in the application of her environmental trace evidence (soils, diatoms, pollen) to support investigations into major crime for UK police forces. Her specific training is in the analysis of diatoms as a trace evidence type to understand potential cases for drowning. She continues to develop and improve on reporting for forensic casework in her research capacity at Northumbria, as well as continuing to support UK police forces as a consultant for forensic ecology casework.

 

With a background in Environmental Archaeology, Dr Rosie Everett is also a specialist in peatland archaeology and palaoenvironments and continues to work with the UNEP Global Peatlands Initiative to support the protection of the  historic environment during programmes of peatland restoration.

Rosie Everett

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Body of evidence: meet the experts working in crime scene forensics, Everett, R. 12 Dec 2021
  • How climate change is washing away precious evidence of our distant past, Taylor, G., Everett, R. 1 Feb 2022
  • Peatland archaeology, Climate Change and COP26, Everett, R., Gearey, B. 1 Nov 2021
  • Peatlands and the Historic Environment: An Introduction to their Cultural and Heritage Value, Hazell, Z., Gearey, B., Land, D., Everett, R. 14 May 2021
  • Running out of time? Peatland rehabilitation, archaeology and cultural ecosystem services, Gearey, B., Everett, R. 15 Dec 2021, In: Mires and Peat
  • Climate Change and Peatland Rehabilitation: Implications for cultural rights and practices in Ireland (WetFutures Contribution), Everett, R., Gearey, B. 10 Aug 2020

  • Biological Sciences PhD November 01 2021
  • Archeology BA (Hons) July 01 2015


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