The above photo was taken during my recent Earthwatch expedition to Iceland where we were helping out with the data collection for the researchers. We were interested in certain glacial phenomenon at some glacial tongues and the impact and extent of geologically recent glacial outburst floods.
I’m the fella smack in the middle. Why am I wearing a camouflage outershell jacket you might ask? Because I’ve spent 2 years in the military for National Service and refuse to let a good Gore-tex jacket go to waste collecting dust until my next military mobilization.
I’m currently an undergraduate at Imperial College London doing a course in Zoology.
My academic interests include evolutionary theory and history, developmental biology and ecology. My pet interests include quantum mechanics, string theory, cosmology, astronomy, geography etc. I like to think myself as interested in the natural world. All aspects of it.
My hobbies include nature trekking and hiking, bird watching, stargazing, photography, badminton, reading.
The aim of this blog is really to educate on green issues: animal conservation, energy efficiency and renewability, climate change. I really hope you find this blog enlightening. I hope to begin writing short essays once I find the time.
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