Megan Quick

PhD Student

James Parsons Building, Byrom Street, Liverpool, L3 3AF

Megan Quick during excavation and remote sensing fieldwork

Thesis: Predicting Improved Near-Suface Geophysical Methods for Forensic Investigations

Research Interests

My research focuses on what near-surface detection methods work best in an environment when searching for a specific buried forensic target, such as a clandestine burial. The motivations of my research are to be involved in disaster victim identification which involves locating mass graves and identifying human remains, and assisting criminal investigations searching for buried victims. I also enjoy being involved in archaeology projects and excavating.

Megan Quick using remote sensing equipment


Chris Hunt (Supervisor)

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