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Dr Emma Hocking

Associate Professor

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

Emma -Hocking

2014-present: Senior Lecturer, Department of Geography, Northumbria University

2011-2014: Lecturer, Geography and Environment, Northumbria University

2009-2011: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Geography, Durham University

2006-2010: PhD Geography, Durham University

2005-2006: MSc Quaternary Science, Royal Holloway and University College London

2002-2005: BSc Geography, Durham University


Geography PhD September 01 2006

Key Publications

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  • Mid-Piacenzian variability of Nordic Seas surface circulation linked to terrestrial climatic change in Norway, Panitz, S., De Schepper, S., Salzmann, U., Bachem, P., Risebrobakken, B., Clotten, C., Hocking, E. 4 Dec 2017, In: Paleoceanography
  • Modern diatom assemblages from Chilean tidal marshes and their application for quantifying deformation during past great earthquakes, Hocking, E., Garrett, E., Cisternas, M. Apr 2017, In: Journal of Quaternary Science
  • Past penguin colony responses to explosive volcanism on the Antarctic Peninsula, Roberts, S., Monien, P., Foster, L., Loftfield, J., Hocking, E., Schnetger, B., Pearson, E., Juggins, S., Fretwell, P., Ireland, L., Ochyra, R., Haworth, A., Allen, C., Moreton, S., Davies, S., Brumsack, H., Bentley, M., Hodgson, D. 11 Apr 2017, In: Nature Communications
  • Reconstructing paleoseismic deformation, 2, Garrett, E., Shennan, I., Woodroffe, S., Cisternas, M., Hocking, E., Gulliver, P. 1 Apr 2015, In: Quaternary Science Reviews
  • A community-based geological reconstruction of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum, Bentley, M., Ó Cofaigh, C., Anderson, J., Conway, H., Davies, B., Graham, A., Hillenbrand, C., Hodgson, D., Jamieson, S., Larter, R., Mackintosh, A., Smith, J., Verleyen, E., Ackert, R., Bart, P., Berg, S., Brunstein, D., Canals, M., Colhoun, E., Crosta, X., Dickens, W., Domack, E., Dowdeswell, J., Dunbar, R., Ehrmann, W., Evans, J., Favier, V., Fink, D., Fogwill, C., Glasser, N., Gohl, K., Golledge, N., Goodwin, I., Gore, D., Greenwood, S., Hall, B., Hall, K., Hedding, D., Hein, A., Hocking, E., Jakobsson, M., Johnson, J., Jomelli, V., Jones, R., Klages, J., Kristoffersen, Y., Kuhn, G., Leventer, A., Licht, K., Lilly, K., Lindow, J., Livingstone, S., Masse, G., McGlone, M., McKay, R., Melles, M., Miura, H., Mulvaney, R., Nel, W., Nitsche, F., O'Brien, P., Post, A., Roberts, S., Saunders, K., Selkirk, P., Simms, A., Spiegel, C., Stolldorf, T., Sugden, D., van der Putten, N., van Ommen, T., Verfaillie, D., Vyverman, W., Wagner, B., White, D., Witus, A., Zwartz, D. 15 Sep 2014, In: Quaternary Science Reviews
  • Great tsunamigenic earthquakes during the past 1000 years in the Alaska megathrust, Shennan, I., Barlow, N., Carver, G., Davies, F., Garrett, E., Hocking, E. 1 Aug 2014, In: Geology
  • Late Holocene great earthquakes in the eastern part of the Aleutian megathrust, Shennan, I., Bruhn, R., Barlow, N., Good, K., Hocking, E. 15 Jan 2014, In: Quaternary Science Reviews
  • Reconstruction of ice-sheet changes in the Antarctic Peninsula since the Last Glacial Maximum, Ó Cofaigh, C., Davies, B., Livingstone, S., Smith, J., Johnson, J., Hocking, E., Hodgson, D., Anderson, J., Bentley, M., Canals, M., Domack, E., Dowdeswell, J., Evans, J., Glasser, N., Hillenbrand, C., Larter, R., Roberts, S., Simms, A. 15 Sep 2014, In: Quaternary Science Reviews
  • Reconstructing paleoseismic deformation, 1: modern analogues from the 1960 and 2010 Chilean great earthquakes, Garrett, E., Shennan, I., Watcham, E., Woodroffe, S. 1 Sep 2013, In: Quaternary Science Reviews
  • Scale considerations in using diatoms as indicators of sea-level change, Watcham, E., Shennan, I., Barlow, N. Feb 2013, In: Journal of Quaternary Science

PGR Supervision

Sefa Sahin Reconstructing Historical Earthquakes and Sea-Level Change in South-Central Chile from Tidal Marshes and Uplifted Beaches Start: 22/01/2017

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