I am a fourth year PhD student researching controls on the runout of extremely large post-earthquake debris flows following the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake.
- Earth surface processes
- Landscape evolution
- Sediment erosion and transport
- Carbon erosion and transport
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.
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)