All photos Cautley Spout, the UK’s highest above-ground, year-round, cascade waterfall, drops 193 m in the Howgill Fells north of…
This is a talk I gave for the High Energy Density Science Association on Monday May 3rd, 2021.
We spent a few days around Christmas hiking in the snowy Lake District.
This is a recorded version of the talk I gave last week at the APS DPP annual meeting. We found some unexpected behaviour in what we thought would be a simple collision between a magnetised plasma and a planar obstacle. We diagnose the plasma flows to determine the relevant parameters and length scales, which help us to understand what instabilities might be driving turbulence in this plasma.
The premier plasma physics event of the year, the American Physical Society’s Division of Plasma Physics Annual Meeting is now upon us. Normally this would mean jet lag, hoppy American beers, AirBnBs in dodgy parts of town and far too much cheap conference coffee.
Cecilia and Rhys organized a last minute trip to the Lakes before the UK descends into total lockdown. We swapped wild camping for glamping, including a gas stove with two burners and a big tent.
Another weekend of exploring the caves of Wild Boar Fell in more detail.
To complement my CV, and inspired by many people who have done this before, I present a brief overview of my (professional) failures.
We camped on the limestone pavement and explored the numerous “Angerholme Pots” on the eastern flank. On Sunday we checked out the disappointing shakeholes on the western flank,
A wonderful weekend in the Dales with excellent food, good photography and fine company. Also some new caves, which is always a pleasure.