Dr Belinda Gambin

Dr Belinda Gambin

Dr Belinda Gambin

 B.Sc.(Hons)(Ox.Brookes),M.Sc.(Exe.),Ph.D.(Aix-Marseille),P.I.E.M.A.

Lecturer

3rd Floor Room 313
Chemistry Building
University of Malta
Msida
  +356 2340 2013
Google Scholar Profile: Belinda Gambin
ORCiD: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5233-254X
Research Gate: hhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Belinda_Gambin

Dr Belinda Gambin is a lecturer with the Division of Environmental Management and Planning within the Institute of Earth Systems. She received her Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences from Aix-Marseille University (France). Her study focused on environmental reconstruction in Malta over the past 7300 years. Her MSc is in Sustainable Development from Exeter University (UK) and her BSc (Hons) is in Human Geography and Environmental Biology from Oxford Brookes University (UK). Additionally she completed the associate level (IEMA) course in Environmental Management at the University of Bath (UK). Since 2015 she has been the course coordinator for the BSc (Hons) in Earth Systems. Prior to joining the Institute, she worked within the local private sector with a GIS company.

Dr. Gambin currently holds Practitioner Membership status with the Institute for Environmental Management and Assessment (UK). She also holds membership with: the Association for Environmental Archaeology, UK; AASP- the Palynological Society, USA; the International Association for Aerobiology and the European Aerobiology Society.
  • Palynology
  • Environmental Reconstruction
  • Aerobiology
  • Sustainability Issues

DJAMALI, M., MASHKOUR, M., AKHANI, H., BELKACEM, D., GAMBIN, B., LEYDET, M., SAMADI, N., TENGBERG, M. and GANDOUIN, E., 2020. Pollen analysis of present-day striped hyena (Hyaena hyaena) scats from central Iran: Implications for dryland paleoecology and animal paleoethology. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 281, pp. 104277.

MARRINER, N., KANIEWSKI, D., GAMBIN, T., GAMBIN, B., VANNIÈRE, B., MORHANGE, C., DJAMALI, M., TACHIKAWA, K., ROBIN, V. and RIUS, D., 2019. Fire as a motor of rapid environmental degradation during the earliest peopling of Malta 7500 years ago. Quaternary Science Reviews, 212, pp. 199-205.

AUBERT, C., BRISSET, E., DJAMALI, M., SHARIFI, A., PONEL, P., GAMBIN, B., AZIRANI, T.A., GUIBAL, F., LAHIJANI, H. and BENI, A.N., 2017. Late glacial and early Holocene hydroclimate variability in northwest Iran (Talesh Mountains) inferred from chironomid and pollen analysis
. Journal of Paleolimnology, 58(2), pp. 151-167.

PEYRON, O., COMBOURIEU-NEBOUT, N., BRAYSHAW, D., GORING, S., ANDRIEU-PONEL, V., DESPRAT, S., FLETCHER, W., GAMBIN, B., IOAKIM, C. and JOANNIN, S., 2017. Precipitation changes in the Mediterranean basin during the Holocene from terrestrial and marine pollen records: a model–data comparison
. Climate of the Past, 13(3), pp. 249-265.

GAMBIN, B., ANDRIEU-PONEL, V., MÉDAIL, F., MARRINER, N., PEYRON, O., MONTADE, V., GAMBIN, T., MORHANGE, C., BELKACEM, D. and DJAMALI, M., 2016. 7300 years of vegetation history and climate for NW Malta: a Holocene perspective. Climate of the Past, 12(2), pp. 273-297.

DJAMALI, M., GAMBIN, B., MARRINER, N., ANDRIEU-PONEL, V., GAMBIN, T., GANDOUIN, E., LANFRANCO, S., MÉDAIL, F., PAVON, D. and PONEL, P., 2013. Vegetation dynamics during the early to mid-Holocene transition in NW Malta, human impact versus climatic forcing. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 22(5), pp. 367-380.

GAMBIN, B., MEDAIL, F., ANDRIEU-PONEL, V., DJAMALI, M., MARRINER, N., MORHANGE, C. and GAMBIN, T., 2013. Environmental History on a Central Mediterranean Island
. EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 15, pp. EGU2013-2065-1.

  • ARC5000 - Archaeology and the Sea - Theory and Methods
  • DOC6026 - Getting Published: The Conference Paper
  • EMP1013 - Introduction to Academic Skills
  • EMP2017 - Concepts of Sustainability
  • EMP2018 - Environmental Governance
  • EMP2019 - Project Management
  • EMP2027 - Developing Fieldwork Protocols
  • EMP3017 - Corporate Environmental Management
  • EMP3023 - Environmental Change
  • ERL2003 - Principles of Environmental Law
  • IES5021 - Biodiversity Conservation: Theory and Application
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