Dr Lynda Yorke

Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography

Contact info

Room: F22, Thoday Building

Email: l.yorke@bangor.ac.uk

Phone: +44(0)1248 388 641

 

Lynda is a Quaternary geomorphologist, with principal emphasis in fluvial and pro-glacial sequences. Her doctoral research was focused on northern England, and the River Tyne sequences that developed post-glacially. She is interested in Quaternary environmental change and fluvial histories, including geoarchaeology, relict glacial environments, and flood risk and hazards. In addition, Lynda has research interests in the communication around climate change and cultural heritage and climate risks, geographies of education, inclusion and accessibility in geosciences, and the use of virtual technologies to enhance learning.

Lynda has held NERC-funded grants (PI and co-I) (CULTIVATE project More Inclusive Fieldwork ClicHer). She has also been awarded funding from the British Council, the Learned Society of Wales, the Royal Geographical Society, and the Higher Education Academy.  

She is the Degree Programme Director for the Geography programmes at Bangor. Lynda is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). She is the Chair of the RGS-IBG Geography and Education Research Group (GeogEd). In 2021, she co-founded the TeaS (teaching and scholarship) collective. 

Lynda has studied and worked in a number of UK Universities. She began her career at Northumbria University (BSc.), went on to Durham University (MSc.) and completed her Ph.D. at the University of Hull. She worked in industry prior to her undergraduate degree and following her Masters' degree. She worked as a Junior Research Associate in the early 2000s on a number of Aggregate Levy Funded projects. She was a post-doc at the University of Liverpool. 

MEDIA

Lynda is available for media contact. She has experience of both radio and televsion (BBC and ITV), pre-recorded and live delivery. 

PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

2024-date Editorial Board Member, Journal of Geography in Higher Education 

2023-date External Examiner (Geography) Trinity College Dublin

2021-date External Examiner (Physical Geography/Hazards) University of Chester

2021-date Chair, RGS-IBG Geography and Education Research Group (GeogEd)

2020-date Member, RGS-IBG Geography Programmes Accreditation Panel

2020-2023 Editorial Board Member, Routes Journal

2019-2023 External Examiner (Physical Geography), Bath Spa University

2019-2021 Deputy Chair, RGS-IBG Geography and Education Research Group (GeogEd)

2014-2017 Ordinary Secretary, Outreach Committee, British Society for Geomorphology (BSG)

 

  1. 2024
  2. Geographical Association Conference 2024: Geography for Everyone

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr) & Naomi Holmes (Siaradwr)

    6 Ebr 2024

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadCyflwyniad llafar

  3. Coastal Communities Community Event

    Lynda Yorke (Cyfrannwr), Giuseppe Fornino (Trefnydd), Hayley Roberts (Cyfrannwr), Corinna Patterson (Cyfrannwr), Michael Roberts (Cyfrannwr), Sofie Roberts (Cyfrannwr) & Alex Ioannou (Cyfrannwr)

    26 Maw 2024

    Gweithgaredd: ArallMathau o waith ymgysylltu â'r cyhoedd a gwaith maes - Gŵyl/Arddangosfa

  4. Inclusive and Accessible Fieldwork

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr) & Naomi Holmes (Siaradwr)

    31 Ion 2024

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadSgwrs wadd

  5. 2023
  6. Inclusive and Accessible Fieldwork: The CULTIVATE Project

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr)

    6 Rhag 2023

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadSgwrs wadd

  7. Planning for Inclusive Fieldwork

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr) & Naomi Holmes (Siaradwr)

    28 Tach 20237 Rhag 2023

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadSgwrs wadd

  8. Responding to a Dynamic Environment—A Long View of Coastal and Maritime Communities in North Wales.

    Gary Robinson (Siaradwr) & Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr)

    15 Gorff 2023

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadCyflwyniad llafar

  9. Building Inclusivity and accessibility into your fieldwork

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr) & Naomi Holmes (Siaradwr)

    14 Ebr 2023

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadCyflwyniad llafar

  10. Climate Heritage and Climate Change Communitcation Outreach Event

    Lynda Yorke (Cyfrannwr)

    22 Maw 2023

    Gweithgaredd: ArallMathau o waith ymgysylltu â'r cyhoedd a gwaith maes - Erthygl neu gyfranogiad yn y cyfryngau

  11. 2022
  12. Sharing outcomes and good practice from the CULTIVATE project.

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr), Liz Hurrell (Siaradwr) & Simon Hutchinson (Siaradwr)

    21 Tach 2022

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadSgwrs wadd

  13. Game on ... beyond VFTs!

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr)

    14 Medi 2022

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadCyflwyniad llafar

  14. Are Digital Visualisation Resources (DVR) a valid tool for post pandemic Geography?

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr gwadd)

    1 Medi 2022

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadSgwrs wadd

  15. Promoting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Geography and Environmental Science

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr gwadd)

    31 Awst 2022

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadSgwrs wadd

  16. Growing an inclusive teaching environment

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr), Liz Hurrell (Siaradwr) & Simon Hutchinson (Siaradwr)

    30 Awst 2022

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadCyflwyniad llafar

  17. Supporting and extending student field experiences with virtual reality: the ‘More Inclusive Fieldwork’ project

    Des McDougall (Siaradwr), Simon Hutchinson (Siaradwr) & Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr)

    30 Awst 2022

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadCyflwyniad llafar

  18. Growing an inclusive (field) teaching environment.

    Lynda Yorke (Siaradwr), Liz Hurrell (Siaradwr) & Simon Hutchinson (Siaradwr)

    29 Meh 2022

    Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs neu gyflwyniadCyflwyniad llafar