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We believe that all geographers have their own superhero powers, so here are a small selection of Geographers to get you thinking about this.

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Dr Anjana Khatwa

Award winning and acclaimed Earth Scientist, engagement specialist and TV presenter.

Listen to our podcast with Anjana

Watch Anjana's recent Jurassic Coast Lecture 

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Francisca Rockey

Geographer, Campaigner and Writer. In 2020, Francisca founded Black Geographers, an online network supporting the next generation of black geographers and geoscientists through scholarships, resources, mentoring, networking and internships

Listen to our podcast with Francisca

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Christopher Jackson

Chris Jackson is an earth scientist who was previously Professor of Sustainable Geoscience at Manchester University. He now works as a Technical Director at Jacobs – a global engineering company. 

Watch Chris speak about his previous work at Imperial College

Read more about Chris and his work

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Professor Hannah Cloke

Physical geographer, natural hazards researcher, climate scientist and hydrologist

Watch our Members Only Lecture with Hannah

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Professor Benjamin Hennig

Professor of Geography at the University of Iceland, Founding Director of Worldmapper

Read more about Ben

View the Worldmapper website

Geovisualisation: The human planet

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Jane Rumble OBE

Head of Polar Regions Department at the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Listen to our podcast with Jane

View our Members only lecture with Jane

View the Discovering Antarctica website

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Dr Dawn Wright

Dr Dawn Wright is a geographer, oceanographer and Chief Scientist of Esri. She tweets at @deepseadawn

Read more about Dawn and her work

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Prem Gill

Polar Conservationist working with The Scott Polar Research Institute, the WWF and the British Antarctic Survey

Listen to our podcast with Prem

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Professor Lorna Dawson

Professor Lorna Dawson is Head of the Soil Forensics Group within the Environmental and Biochemical Sciences group at the James Hutton Institute, and has over 30 years’ experience in managing and conducting research in soil and plant interactions, in particular its application in the criminal justice system.

Find out more about Lorna

Watch our School Member lecture by Lorna

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