Mike is a NERC research fellow specialising in volcano science at the University of Oxford. He a has a background in Earth and Environmental sciences, with degrees from Bristol, Lancaster and Southampton. His work has taken him to volcanoes and research institutions around the world. At CSER he aims to investigate the global catastrophic impacts from large magnitude explosive eruptions with Lara Mani and others.
Impact of the Tambora volcanic eruption of 1815 on islands and relevance to future sunlight-blocking catastrophes
Paper by Nick Wilson, Veronika Valler, Mike Cassidy, Matt Boyd, Lara Mani, Stefan Brönnimann
Exploring Futures for the Science of Global Risk
Paper by S. J. Beard, Nathaniel Cooke, Sarah Dryhurst, Mike Cassidy, Goodwin Gibbins, Georgiana Gilgallon, Ben Holt, Ida Josefiina, Luke Kemp, Aaron Tang, Julius Weitzdörfer, Paul Ingram, Lalitha Sundaram, Rick Davies