Professor David Pyle
I read Natural Sciences at St Catharine's (1983-6), then studied for a PhD (1986-90), specialising in volcanology. I was subsequently a Research Fellow and then Fellow of St Catharine's from 1989-2006. In 2006, I moved to the University of Oxford.
- David M Pyle, Volcanoes: Encounters through the Ages, Bodleian/Chicago, 2017. ISBN 9781851244591
- DM Pyle, TA Mather, J Biggs (Eds, 2013), Remote-sensing of Volcanoes and Volcanic processes: Integrating observation and modelling, Geological Society Special Publication, 380, 362 pp.
- C Oppenheimer, DM Pyle and J Barclay (Eds, 2003), Volcanic Degassing, Geological Society of London Special Publication 213, 420 pp.
- TH Druitt, et al. (1999), Santorini Volcano, Geological Society of London Memoir 19, 178pp.