PG Cert in Academic Practice : Awarded 2016 : MMU
PhD in Physical Geography : Awarded 2010 : University of Liverpool
BSc (Hons) Geography (1st Class) : Awarded 2006 : University of Liverpool
I provide academic support to students studying Geography, Physical Geography, Human Geography, Environmental Science, Environmental Management and Sustainability & Ecology and Conservation. In addition I am a member of the following teaching teams...
Introducing Geographical Information Science
Researching Physical Geography
The Physical Geography of NW England
Investigating the Environment
Reconstrucing Quaternary Environments
Fieldwork and Research Design
Impact and Models of Climate Change
Applied Geographic Information
Environmental Assessment Field Course - Unit Leader and Field Course Leader
F. Marret, L. Bradley, A. de Vernal, W. Hardy, S-Y. Kim, et al. (2019). From bi-polar to regional distribution of modern dinoflagellate cysts, an overview of their biogeography. Marine Micropaleontology. pp.101753-101753.
F. Marret, LR. Bradley, PE. Tarasov, EV. Ivanova, MA. Zenina, et al. The Holocene history of the NE Black Sea and surrounding areas: An integrated record of marine and terrestrial palaeoenvironmental change. The Holocene.
P. Bruce-Vanderpuije, D. Megson, EJ. Reiner, L. Bradley, S. Adu-Kumi, et al. (2019). The state of POPs in Ghana- A review on persistent organic pollutants: Environmental and human exposure. Environ Pollut. 245, pp.331-342.
C. Collins, E. Asouti, M. Grove, C. Kabukcu, L. Bradley, et al. (2018). Understanding resource choice at the transition from foraging to farming: An application of palaeodistribution modelling to the Neolithic of the Konya Plain, south-central Anatolia, Turkey. Journal of Archaeological Science. 96, pp.57-72.
LR. Williams, RN. Hiscott, AE. Aksu, LR. Bradley, DJ. Horne, et al. (2018). Holocene paleoecology and paleoceanography of the southwestern Black Sea shelf revealed by ostracod assemblages. Marine Micropaleontology. 142, pp.48-66.
MA. Zenina, EV. Ivanova, LR. Bradley, IO. Murdmaa, EI. Schornikov, et al. (2017). Origin, migration pathways, and paleoenvironmental significance of Holocene ostracod records from the northeastern Black Sea shelf. Quaternary Research. 87(1), pp.49-65.
EV. Ivanova, F. Marret, MA. Zenina, IO. Murdmaa, AL. Chepalyga, et al. (2015). The Holocene Black Sea reconnection to the Mediterranean Sea: New insights from the northeastern Caucasian shelf. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 427, pp.41-61.
E. Ivanova, E. Schornikov, F. Marret, I. Murdmaa, M. Zenina, et al. (2014). Environmental changes on the inner northeastern Black Sea shelf, off the town of Gelendzhik, over the last 140 years. Quaternary International. 328-329(1), pp.338-348.
LR. Bradley, T. Giesecke, K. Halsall, RHW. Bradshaw (2013). Exploring the requirement for anthropogenic disturbance to assist the stand-scale expansion of Fagus sylvatica L. outside southern Scandinavia. The Holocene. 23(4), pp.579-586.
LR. Bradley, F. Marret, PJ. Mudie, AE. Aksu, RN. Hiscott (2012). Constraining Holocene sea-surface conditions in the south-western Black Sea using dinoflagellate cysts. Journal of Quaternary Science. 27(8), pp.835-843.
KN. Mertens, LR. Bradley, Y. Takano, PJ. Mudie, F. Marret, et al. (2012). Quantitative estimation of Holocene surface salinity variation in the Black Sea using dinoflagellate cyst process length. Quaternary Science Reviews. 39, pp.45-59.
R. Bialozyt, LR. Bradley, RHW. Bradshaw (2012). Modelling the spread ofFagus sylvaticaandPicea abiesin southern Scandinavia during the late Holocene. Journal of Biogeography. 39(4), pp.665-675.
LR. Bradley, DJ. Horne, L. Williams, F. Marret, A. Aksu, et al. (2011). Salinity changes on the south-western shelf of the Black Sea during the holocene. Joannea - Geologie und Palaontologie. pp.30-33.