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Overview

I am a fourth year PhD student researching controls on the runout of extremely large post-earthquake debris flows following the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake.


Interests



  • Geomorphology

  • Earth surface processes

  • Landscape evolution

  • Sediment erosion and transport

  • Carbon erosion and transport

Research

Research interests

My PhD focuses on better understanding how topography, grain size and flow characteristics control the runout of extremely large debris flows. To achieve this, I am combining fieldwork, laboratory analysis, remote sensing and debris flow runout models. 


My PhD is funded by NERC as part of the GW4+ DTP.

Teaching

I have demonstated on the following modules as part of the Environmental Geography and Environmental Geoscience undergraduate courses;



  • EA1202 - Earth Surface Processes

  • EA1212 - Chemistry of the Environment

  • EA1204 - Geographical Information Systems

  • EA1206 - Environmental Geography Field Skills

  • EA1216 - Fundamentals of Environmental Geography

  • EA2211 - Environmental Field Skills

  • EA2213 - Process Geomorphology (Course tutor in 2021)



Supervisors

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Dr T.C. Hales

Reader in Earth Science