Jamie Woodward examines the environmental shifts that took place during the Great Ice Age of the Quaternary Period. Looking at evidence from the continents, the oceans, and the ice core records, he explores the evolution of ideas about our geological past, the great debates, and the human stories behind it all.
Jamie Woodward is Professor of Physical Geography at The University of Manchester. He studied Geography at Aberystwyth and carried out PhD research at Cambridge University in Nick Shackleton's Godwin Laboratory. Jamie has published widely on ice age landscape change with a particular focus on the mountains of the Mediterranean world. He also works with British Museum archaeologists in the Nile Valley. He edits Geoarchaeology: An International Journal and was the Quaternary Science Editor for the Journal of the Geological Society from 2001 to 2012. Did you spot the Deep Purple lyric in The Ice Age VSI?
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