Rebecca is a volcanologist and igneous geologist. Her research aims to understand the processes occurring in hazardous volcanic flows in order to better inform hazard assessments.
She has an interdisciplinary approach to research, which integrates many techniques such as terrestrial and marine field work, tephrochronology, geochemical analyses and computer modelling, used to understand complex geological problems.
Rebecca is a dedicated science communicator, appearing on national radio and international news.
Shifting landscapes: from coalface to quick sand" Teaching geography, earth and environmental sciences in UK higher education
Dyer, S., Walkington, H., Williams, R., Morton, K., & Wyse, S. (2016). Shifting landscapes: from coalface to quick sand? Teaching geography, earth and environmental sciences in UK higher education. Area, 48(3), 308-316 . https://doi.org/10.1111/area.12261
Explosive eruptive history of Pantelleria, Italy : repeated caldera collapse and ignimbrite emplacement at a peralkaline volcano
Jordan, N., Rotolo, S., Williams, R., Speranza, F., McIntosh, W., Branney, M. J., & Scaillet, S. (2018). Explosive eruptive history of Pantelleria, Italy : repeated caldera collapse and ignimbrite emplacement at a peralkaline volcano. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 349, 47-73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2017.09.013
Rebecca welcomes PhD applications in volcanic flows, igneous petrology, modelling volcanic processes, volcanic stratigraphy (including tephrostratigraphy) and historical/social/cultural volcanology.
Jordan N, 2015, Eruptive History of the Peralkaline Caldera Volcano at Pantelleria, Italy, University of Leicester.