About Dr. Sandra Nogué
Dr Sandra Nogué is a paleoecologist and a Lecturer at Southampton University in the UK, where she researches past climates and reconstructing the ecology of these past environments and how they have responded to past change. Originally from Barcelona, she did her PhD on the summits of the Tepui Mountains of Venezuelan Guayana. She worked in the tropics for the past years working in the tropics before first visiting the Antarctic Peninsula. She loved it, despite the cold and is now working with Tom Hart on a polar monitoring network for pollen and airborne dispersion. It is her first visit to South Georgia and she’s very excited.