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About Dale Tromans

Professional affiliations:

  • The Micropalaeontological Society
  • Quaternary Research Association



GE4004 – Tutorials (Tutor)


Working title for PhD: ‘The timing and expression of Holocene rapid climate events’ – Current research suggests that there was global climate instability during the Holocene, characterised by a series of abrupt changes. These changes have been identified in quasi-periodicities of 2,500 and 1,500 years in the North Atlantic region however, in the Mediterranean, these periodicities are 900 and 2,300 years. Montenegro offers a unique location to study such changes, in that little to no anthropogenic impact has occurred in the mountainous regions, allowing for the retrieval of a lake sediment core from the Durmitor catchment area to identify these Holocene rapid climate events utilising a multi-proxy analysis.

Published Work

Tromans, D. (2017) ‘A palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the Late Devensian sediments at Bromfield Quarry, Shropshire’ Proceedings of the Shropshire Geological Society. 18, 53-60pp.


Master of Science by Research (MScR) – Coventry University
BSc (Hons) Geography – Coventry University