Current research focuses on modelling and monitoring in support of coastal decision-making. Research expertise also lies in coastal geomorphology and environmental change over a range of timescales, including: exploring the sediment record of past coastal change; use of particle size analysis in estuaries and lagoon as a tool for environmental reconstruction; and interpreting the submarine record of coastal change in response to accelerated sea-level rise.
Research Group Membership
- Impact of climate change on the water cycle and ecosystem functioning at the river basin scale
- Training Workshop for practicioners to discuss the economic valuation manual for regulating services
- Global Eco Innovation
- Future vulnerability of evolving barrier coastlines - the impacts for flood risk management
- Physical and biological dynamic coastal processes and their role in coastal recovery (BLUE-coast)
- EPSRC Institutional Sponsorship 2016
- Urban and Community Transformation KE Fellow appointment
- Coastal Flooding by Extreme Events (CoFEE)
- Salt Intrusion into Estuaries Related to Global Climate Change.
- Impact Acceleration Account - University of Liverpool 2012
- The evolution and landscape history of Dungeness Foreland.
- The Centre for Global Eco-Innovation
- Testing the apatite depletion hypothesis for early Holocene ecosystem acidification using the lake sediment record at Krakenes, Norway
- Integrated COASTal sediments system (iCOAST)
- Sustainable river catchments for the South East (SURCaSE) Project LIFE04 ENV/UK/807
- Aggregate extraction in the Ribble Valley.
- New approaches to managing ecosystem services in the marine environment
- The Mkuze Wetland, South Africa - understanding the system and establishing baselines and recent trends.
- Sandscaping for Mitigating Coastal Flood and Erosion Risk: Dungeness Nuclear Energy Infrastructure
- Celtic Seas Partnership
- Adaptation and Resilience of Coastal Energy Supply (ARCOES)
- Linking the structural and optical properties of biogenic silica.
NERC-funded collaboration on CoFEE project.
Collaborative research on Luangwa Valley Project
NERC-ESRC TRansdisciplinary Seminar Series
ESRC-NERC Transdisciplinary Seminar Series