Welcome! I’m Ailsa Naismith, and this is my personal blog. I am a volcanologist who lives and works in Bristol; I can usually be found either studying at the Wills Memorial Building, climbing something, or exploring the city. I am a first-year PhD candidate at the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Bristol, and my main goal is use ground-based remote sensing techniques to understand recent eruptions at the active Volcán de Fuego in southern Guatemala. You can read about my project here.
I use this blog to improve my writing skills, to communicate research in volcanology, and to connect with others working or wishing to work in science. I hope you enjoy reading the content as much as I enjoy writing it!
I aim to update once a month.