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 Greg Rushby

Greg Rushby

Tutor in Coastal Geography

School of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Email
rushbyg@cardiff.ac.uk
Campuses
Room 1.06, Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3AT

Overview

I am a physical geographer interested in the evolution of coasts and catchments through both in the past and into the future. I use a combination of palaeo-environmental reconstruction techniques, historic data, geochronology and an understanding of geomorphology to reconstruct past coastal systems and predict how they may change under a changing climate. I am also interested in improving our understanding of coastal risk by enhancing the record of past storms.

Interests include;

  • Coastal and catchment geomorphology
  • Palaeo-environmental reconstruction
  • Geochronology
  • Coastal and catchment management
  • Flood risk
  • Environmental contamination

Biography

  • January 2020 - Present: Tutor in Coastal Geography, Cardiff University
  • 2014 - Present: PhD in Coastal Change, Sheffield University
  • 2013 - 2014: MRes Sustainable Environmental Management, Plymouth University
  • 2010 - 2013: BSc Geography, Plymouth University

Teaching

I teach on aspects of coastal morphology, various Earth environments, data anlaysis and field skills through the following modules;

  • EA1300: World of Dynamic Environments (Module Lead)
  • EA1303: GIS, Maps and Analytical Skills
  • EA1305: Geography Field Skills
  • EA2311: The Coastal System