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Biography

My research interests are related to environmental change in coastal areas driven by natural and human-induced process and the implications to coastal management. In particular, I am interested in the implications of coastal change (at scales relevant to coastal management) on coastal flooding and erosion hazards, risks and vulnerability. I have worked closely with researchers and practitioners concerned with coastal management in the UK, South Africa, Brazil and across Europe.

In recent years, I have delivered workshops in Brazil (funded by Santander, Bournemouth University and CAPES) and South Africa (funded by Newton Funds) about adaptation options and sustainable coastal management. I am particularly interested in how management decisions and climate change can affect coastal vulnerability; especially in developing and applying methods that can help reduce ‘damaging’ coastal management decisions.

I promote undergraduate students engagement in research, particularly through the organisation of the Showcasing Undergraduate Research Excellence (SURE) conferences at BU...

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Research

I currently have three ongoing projects (which have very different scope and objectives):

1. VALSA, Valuation of ecosystem services applied to coastal vulnerability (funded by CAPES, Brazil). In collaboration with colleagues of two universities in Brazil (UFRN and UFPE), we are developing methods based on ecosystems services that can be applied by government practitioners at the local level to reduce actions and decision-making that increase social, economic and environmental vulnerability in coastal areas.

2. X-Com, X-band radar and evidence-based coastal management decisions (funded by NERC, UK). The project is testing whether X-band radar technology can become a cost-effective coastal monitoring tool (X-COM tool) to support practical applications required in the public and private sectors. The work involves collaboration with researchers and practitioners from Bournemouth University, National Oceanography Centre, Suffolk Coastal District Council, Mott MacDonald and Cefas.

3. Managed realignment (funding from a range of sources and covering a range of aspects) – you can find out some background information in this unedited copy of my book here: http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/21139/.

I am currently writing a book about managed realignment (Springer Briefs) and my research in the last year has revolved around this topic, I am particularly interested in assessing the long-term sustainability of implemented projects in England and also the differences in strategy and implementation approaches used in different countries.

Preliminary results of my research were presented at the International Coastal Symposium 2013 (Plymouth/UK) and published in the Journal of Coastal Research Special Issue 65. To obtain an overview of experiences and views about the achievements and limitations of managed realignment across different sectors and countries, I have developed a quick survey, which can be completed at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BP8JH87. Preliminary results from this survey (concerning only responses from England) and a comparison with a survey conducted by the Environment Agency will be presented in the International Coastal Symposium 2014 (Durban/South Africa). I plan to present the results of this research in publications that will be submitted to the Journal of Environmental Management and to the Science of the Total Environment.

Favourites

  • Esteves, L.S., 2013. Is managed realignment a sustainable long-term coastal management approach? Journal of Coastal Research: an international forum for the littoral sciences, 65, 933-938.
  • Esteves, L.S., 2013. Consequences to flood management of using different probability distributions to estimate extreme rainfall. Journal of Environmental Management, 115, 98-105.
  • Portman, M.E., Esteves, L.S., Le, X.Q. and Khan, A.Z., 2012. Improving integration for integrated coastal zone management: An eight country study. Science of the Total Environment, 439, 194-201.
  • Esteves, L.S., Brown, J.M., Williams, J.J. and Lymbery, G., 2012. Quantifying thresholds for significant dune erosion along the Sefton Coast, Northwest England. Geomorphology, 143-144, 52-61.
  • Esteves, L.S., Williams, J.J. and Brown, J.M., 2011. Looking for evidence of climate change impacts in the eastern Irish Sea. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science, 11 (6), 1641-1656.
  • Esteves, L.S., Williams, J.J. and Lisniowski, M.A., 2009. Measuring and modelling longshore sediment transport. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 83 (1), 47-59.
  • Williams, J.J. and Esteves, L.S., 2005. Predicting shoreline changes: A case study in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Geophysical Research Letters, 32 (11), 1-4.
  • Dillenburg, S.R., Esteves, L.S. and Tomazelli, L.J., 2004. A critical evaluation of coastal erosion in Rio Grande do Sul, Southern Brazil. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias, 76 (3), 611-623.

Journal Articles

  • Clarke, L., Hughes, K., Esteves, L., Herbert, R. and Stillman, R., 2017. Intertidal invertebrate harvesting: a meta-analysis of impacts and recovery in an important waterbird prey resource. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 584, 229-244.
  • Williams, J.J. and Esteves, L., 2017. Guidance on Setup, Calibration, and Validation of Hydrodynamic, Wave and Sediment Models for Shelf Seas and Estuaries. Advances in Civil Engineering.
  • Silva, R., Esteves, L. et al., 2017. Coastal risk mitigation by green infrastructure in Latin America. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Maritime Engineering.
  • Williams, J.J., Esteves, L.S. and Rochford, L.A., 2015. Modelling storm responses on a high-energy coastline with XBeach. Modeling Earth Systems and Environment, 1 (3).
  • Esteves, L.S. and Thomas, K., 2014. Managed realignment in practice in the UK: results from two independent surveys. Journal of Coastal Research: an international forum for the littoral sciences, 407-413.
  • Williams, J.J., Esteves, L., Conduche, T., Barber, P. and Tindle, A., 2014. Using Combined Modelling Approaches to Improve Coastal Defence Design: a case study at Hopton, UK. Journal of Coastal Research: an international forum for the littoral sciences, 18-23.
  • Almeida, D., Neto, C., Esteves, L.S. and Costa, J.C., 2014. The impacts of land-use changes on the recovery of saltmarshes in Portugal. Ocean & Coastal Management, 92, 40-49.
  • Esteves, L.S., 2013. Is managed realignment a sustainable long-term coastal management approach? Journal of Coastal Research: an international forum for the littoral sciences, 65, 933-938.
  • Esteves, L.S., 2013. Consequences to flood management of using different probability distributions to estimate extreme rainfall. Journal of Environmental Management, 115, 98-105.
  • Portman, M.E., Esteves, L.S., Le, X.Q. and Khan, A.Z., 2012. Improving integration for integrated coastal zone management: An eight country study. Science of the Total Environment, 439, 194-201.
  • Esteves, L.S., Brown, J.M., Williams, J.J. and Lymbery, G., 2012. Quantifying thresholds for significant dune erosion along the Sefton Coast, Northwest England. Geomorphology, 143-144, 52-61.
  • Esteves, L.S., Williams, J.J. and Brown, J.M., 2011. Looking for evidence of climate change impacts in the eastern Irish Sea. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science, 11 (6), 1641-1656.
  • Simioni, B. and Esteves, L.S., 2010. Analysing the performance of multi-functional artificial reefs. Journal of Integrated Coastal Zone Management, 10(1), 127-145 (full text in Portuguese, extended abstract in English). Journal of Integrated Coastal Zone Management, 10 (1), 127-145.
  • Ferreira, O., Esteves, L.S. et al., 2009. Coastal storm risk assessment in Europe: Examples from 9 study sites. Journal of Coastal Research, 1632-1636.
  • Fonteh, M., Esteves, L.S. and Gehrels, W.R., 2009. Mapping and valuation of ecosystems and economic activities along the coast of Cameroon: implications of future sea level rise. Coastline Reports 13 (EUCC International approaches of coastal research in theory and practice), 47-63.
  • Esteves, L.S., Williams, J.J. and Lisniowski, M.A., 2009. Measuring and modelling longshore sediment transport. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 83 (1), 47-59.
  • Esteve, L.S., Williams, J.J., Nock, A. and Lymbery, G., 2009. Quantifying shoreline changes along the Sefton Coast (UK) and the implications for research-informed coastal management. Journal of Coastal Research: an international forum for the littoral sciences, SI 56, 602-606.
  • Guerra, J.V., Azevedo, M.M., Esteves, L.S., Vinzon, S.B., Violante-Carvalho, N., Schettini, C.A.F., Oliveira, R.F. and Zaleski, A.R., 2009. Spatial and temporal variability of seawater properties, current velocity and SPM concentration off Cassino Beach-Rio Grande-Southern Brazil. Continental Shelf Research, 29 (3), 530-544.
  • Esteves, L.S., Teixeira, P. and Williams, J.J., 2008. Managing coastal erosion: from long-term coastal evolution to seasonal shoreline changes. IAHS-AISH Publication, 516-523.
  • Williams, J.J., Esteves, L.S. and Lisniowski, M.A., 2008. Towards improving the prediction of longshore sediment transport. IAHS-AISH Publication, 599-606.
  • Esteves, L.S., Williams, J.J., Lisniowski, M.A. and Perotto, H., 2007. Measured cross-shore and vertical variations in grain size, sorting and composition in suspended sediments transported by longshore currents. Journal of Coastal Research, 615-619.
  • Esteves, L.S., Williams, J.J. and Bell, P.S., 2007. Assessing nearshore bar movements during storms using time-averaged x-band radar images. Coastal Sediments '07 - Proceedings of 6th International Symposium on Coastal Engineering and Science of Coastal Sediment Processes.
  • Williams, J.J., Esteves, L.S., Lisniowski, M.A. and Perotto, H.L.S., 2007. Field measurements and modelling of longshore sediment transport. Coastal Sediments '07 - Proceedings of 6th International Symposium on Coastal Engineering and Science of Coastal Sediment Processes.
  • Esteves, L.S., Williams, J.J. and Dillenburg, S.R., 2006. Seasonal and interannual influences on the patterns of shoreline changes in Rio Grande do Sul, southern Brazil. Journal of Coastal Research, 22 (5), 1076-1093.
  • Jr, T.E.E., Nicolodi, J.L., Almeida, L.E.S.B., Correa, I.C.S. and Esteves, L.S., 2006. Coastal dunes and shoreface width as a function of Longshore transport. JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH, 390-394.
  • Esteves, L.S., Dillenburg, S.R. and Jr, T.E.E., 2006. Alongshore patterns of shoreline movements in southern Brazil. JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH, 215-219.
  • Hesp, P.A., Dillenburg, S.R., Barboza, E.G., Tomazelli, L.J., Ayup-Zouain, R.N., Esteves, L.S., Gruber, N.L.S., Toldo, E.E., Tabajara, L.L.C.D.A. and Clerot, L.C.P., 2005. Beach ridges, foredunes or transgressive dunefields? Definitions and an examination of the Torres to Tramandaí barrier system, Southern Brazil. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias, 77 (3), 493-508.
  • Williams, J.J. and Esteves, L.S., 2005. Predicting shoreline changes: A case study in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Geophysical Research Letters, 32 (11), 1-4.
  • Dillenburg, S.R., Esteves, L.S. and Tomazelli, L.J., 2004. A critical evaluation of coastal erosion in Rio Grande do Sul, Southern Brazil. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias, 76 (3), 611-623.
  • Esteves, L.S., de Oliveira, U.R., Puccinelli da Silva, A.R., Vranjac, M.P., Gomez Pivel, M.A., Vanz, A. and Barletta, R.D.C., 2003. Seasonal changes in beach profile inducing the response of beachfront owners in southern Brazil. JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH, 557-563.
  • Esteves, L.S., Puccinelli da Silva, A.R., Arejano, T.B., Gomez Pivel, M.A. and Vranjac, M.P., 2003. Coastal development and human impacts along the Rio Grande do Sul beaches, Brazil. JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH, 548-556.
  • Esteves, L.S., Jr, T.E.E., Dillenburg, S.R. and Tomazelli, L.J., 2002. Long- and Short-Term Coastal Erosion in Southern Brazil. JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH, 273-282.

Books

  • Slomp Esteves, L., 2014. Managed realignment: A viable long-term coastal management strategy?. Springer.
  • Bush, D.M., Neal, W.J., Longo, N.J., Lindeman, K.C., Pilkey, D.F., Esteves, L.S., Congleton, J.D. and Pilkey, O.H., 2004. Living with Florida's Atlantic beaches. Coastal Hazards from Amelia Island to Key West.. Duke University Press Books.
  • Bush, D.M., Longo, N.J., Neal, W.J., Esteves, L.S., Pilkey, O.H., Pilkey, D.F. and Webb, C.A., 2001. Living on the edge of the Gulf.The west Florida and Alabama Coast.. Duke University Press Books.

Chapters

  • Esteves, L.S. and Williams, J.J., 2017. Managed realignment in Europe: a synthesis of methods, achievements and challenges. In: Bilkovic, D.M., Mitchell, M., La Peyre, M. and Toft, J., eds. Living Shorelines: The Science and Management of Nature-Based Coastal Protection. CRC Press.
  • Luciana, L.S., 2015. Managed realignment. In: Kennish, M.J., ed. Encyclopedia of Estuaries. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Esteves, L.S., 2015. Coastal squeeze. In: Kennish, M.J., ed. Encyclopedia of Estuaries. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Esteves, L.S., Foord, J. and Walters, G., 2014. Assessment of Natural Resources Use for Sustainable Development - DPSIR Framework for Case Studies in Portsmouth and Thames Gateway, U.K. In: Lan, T.D., Olsson, G.A. and Alpokay, S., eds. Environmental Stresses and Resource Use in Coastal Urban and Peri-Urban Regions: DPSIR Approach to SECOA's 17 Case Studies. Rome: Sapienza Università Editrice, 235-282.
  • Blunkell, C., Esteves, L., Walters, G., Foord, J., Mooney, J. and Evans, G., 2013. Portsmouth and Thames Gateway: Coastal Environmental Resources and Users. In: Khan, A.Z., Quynh, L.X., Corijn, E. and Canters, F., eds. Sustainability in the Coastal Urban Environment: Thematic Profiles of Resources and their Users. Rome: Sapienza Universita Editrice, 407-470.
  • Slomp Esteves, L., 2006. Variabilidade Espaço-Temporal da linha de costa do Rio Grande do Sul. In: Muehe, D., ed. Erosão e progradação do litoral brasileiro. Brasilia, Brazil: Ministerio do Meio Ambiente, 460-467.
  • Vital, H., Slomp Esteves, L., Araujo, T.C.M. and Patchineelam, S.M., 2005. Oceanografia geológica e geofísica da plataforma continental brasileira. In: Souza, C.R.D.G. and Suguio, K., eds. Quaternário do Brasil. Ribeirao Preto: Holos Editora, 153-175.
  • Souza, C.R.G., Souza Filho, P.W.M.S., Esteves, L.S., Vital, H., Dillenburg, S.R., Patchineelam, S.M. and Addad, J.E., 2005. Praias arenosas e erosão costeira. In: Souza, C.R.D.G., Suguio, K., Oliveira, A.M.S. and Oliveira, P.E., eds. Quaternário do Brasil. Ribeirao Preto, Brasil: Holos Editora, 130-152.

Conferences

  • Williams, J.J., Esteves, L. and Atkinson, J., 2017. X-band radar system to support coastal management decisions. In: Baldock, T. and Colleter, G., eds. Coasts & Ports 2017 21-23 June 2017 Cairns. Engineers Australia.
  • Williams, J., Carling, P., Leyland, J. and Esteves, L., 2017. Formation of Shore-Normal Grooves (Gutters) in Sandstone by Wave Action. In: Baldock, T. and Colleter, G., eds. Coasts & Ports 2017 21-23 June 2017 Cairns, Australia.
  • Atkinson, J., Esteves, L., Williams, J.J., Bell, P.S. and McCann, D., 2017. Monitoring nearshore processes and understanding significant coastal change using x-band radar. In: Aagaard, T., Deigaard, R. and Fuhrman, D., eds. Coastal Dynamics 2017 12-16 June 2017 Helsingør, Denmark. 1506-1517.
  • Herbert, R., Watson, S., Newton, A., Esteves, L., Thornton, A., Grandfield, F., Rivers, E. and Bastidas, A., 2017. Linking environment and economy: Poole Harbour as a case study. In: Marine Protected Areas: Science, Policy & Management 15-17 May 2017 Poole.
  • Williams, J.J., Conduche, T. and Esteves, L.S., 2015. MODELLING LONG-TERM MORPHODYNAMICS IN PRACTICE: UNCERTAINTIES AND COMPROMISES. In: Wang, P., Rosati, J. and Cheng, J., eds. Coastal Sediments 2015 11-15 May 2015 San Diego, California, United States of America. World Scientific.
  • Esteves, L.S. and Williams, J.J., 2015. CHANGES IN COASTAL SEDIMENT DYNAMICS DUE TO MANAGED REALIGNMENT. In: Wang, P., Rosati, J. and Cheng, J., eds. Coastal Sediments 2015 11-15 May 2015 San Diego, California, United States of America. World Scientific.
  • Slomp Esteves, L. and Thomas, K., 2014. Managed realignment in practice in the UK: results from two independent surveys. In: Green, A. and Cooper, J.A.G., eds. International Coastal Symposium 2014 12-18 April 2014 Durban.
  • Slomp Esteves, L., 2013. Is managed realignment a sustainable long-term coastal management approach? In: Conley, D.C., Masselink, G., Russell, P.E. and O’Hare, T.J., eds. International Coastal Symposium 2013 8-12 April 2013 Plymouth, UK. 933-938.
  • Slomp Esteves, L., Foord, J. and Draux, H., 2012. The shift from hold-the-line to management retreat and implications to coastal change: Farlington Marshes, a case of conflicts. In: Stancheva, M., ed. EGU 2012 22-27 April 2012 Vienna.
  • Slomp Esteves, L., Foord, J. and Draux, H., 2012. A methodological framework to assist decision-making on prioritising conflicting uses on multi-functional environments. In: Ciampalini, R., ed. EGU 2012 22-27 April 2012 Vienna.
  • Esteves, L.S. and Williams, J.J., 2011. Characterising the impact of significant dune erosion along the Sefton Coast, NW England. In: Rosati, J.D., Wang, P. and Roberts, T.M., eds. Coastal Sediments’11 2-6 May 2011 Miami. 684-697.
  • García-Rubio, G., Huntley, D., Kingston, K. and Esteves, L.S., 2009. SHORELINE IDENTFICATION USING SATELLITE IMAGES. In: Mizuguchi, M. and Sato, S., eds. Coastal Dynamics 2009 7-11 September 2009 Tokyo.
  • Finkl, C.W. and Esteves, L.S., 1998. The state of our shores: A critical evaluation of the distribution, extension, and characterization of beach erosion and protection in Florida. 302-318.

Reports

Posters

  • Clarke, L., Esteves, L., Stillman, R. and Herbert, R., 2017. Benthic impacts of a novel, non-native shellfishery in a marine protected area: pump-scoop dredging for Manila clam R. philippinarum in Poole Harbour, UK. In: ICES Annual Science Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.
  • Carling, P.A., Williams, J.J., Leyland, J. and Esteves, L., 2016. ORIGIN OF SHORE-NORMAL GROOVES (GUTTERS) ON A STEEP SANDSTONE BEACH-FACE SUBJECT TO WAVE ACTION. In: AGU Fall Meeting.

PhD Students

  • Guilherme Pierri. GEODIVERSITY AND NATURAL RESOURCES IN THE SOUTHERN RIO GRANDE DO NORTE CONTINENTAL SHELF, NORTHEAST BRAZIL

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Field Research Environment
  • Earth Surfaces, Processes and Landforms
  • Environment and Society
  • Topics of Contemporary Science
  • Practical Skills (Methods of Social Surveys)
  • Physical Geography
  • Marine Geography

Invited Lectures

  • Finding Practical Solutions to Coastal Engineering Challenges in the UK: Linking Practice and Science. Invited by Institute of Engineering, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico, 10 Jun 2013.
  • Finding Practical Solutions to Coastal Engineering Challenges in the UK: Linking Practice and Science. Invited by Institute of Engineering, UNAM, Sisal, Mexico, 13 Jun 2013.
  • Restoration of coastal habitats and managed realignment: the 21st century approach to manage coastal hazards and risks? Invited by the Department of Geology, EAFIT, Medellin, Colombia, 6 Sep 2013.
  • Restoration of coastal habitats and managed realignment: the 21st century approach to manage coastal hazards and risks? Invited by the Faculty of Engineering, Universidade de Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia, 5 Sep 2013.
  • Environmental constrains to coastal erosion and flood risk management in England. Invited by Laboratorio de Procesos Costeros y Oceanografía Física , CINVESTAV, Merida, Mexico, 12 Jun 2013.
  • Soluções Europeias para o gerenciamento costeiro: realinhamento da linha de costa e serviços ecossistémicos - combinando a gestão dos riscos de erosão e inundação e a criação de habitats. Invited by the Programme of Post-graduate studies in Oceanography, Universidade do Vale do Itajai (UNIVALI), Itajai, Brazil (13 Aug 2014).
  • Soluções Europeias para o gerenciamento costeiro: realinhamento da linha de costa e serviços ecossistêmicos - combinando a gestão dos riscos de erosão/ inundação e a criação de habitats. Invited by the Ministry of Environment, Brasilia, Brazil, 14 Aug 2014.
  • Soluções Europeias para o gerenciamento costeiro: realinhamento da linha de costa e serviços ecossistémicos - combinando a gestão dos riscos de erosão e inundação e a criação de habitats. Invited by Secretary of Environment and Sustainability of the State of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil (31 July 2014).
  • Soluções Europeias para o gerenciamento costeiro: realinhamento da linha de costa e serviços ecossistémicos - combinando a gestão dos riscos de erosão e inundação e a criação de habitats. Invited by the Programme of Post-graduate studies in Oceanography, University Federal of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil (29 July 2014).
  • Solucoes Europeias Para a Gestao de Riscos de Erosao e Inundacao no seculo XXI: adaptando as mudancas climaticas. Invited lecture by the Programme of Pos-graduate studies in Geography (PPGE) and in Geodynamics and Geophysics (PPGG), University Federal of Rio Grande do Norte, Natal, Brazil (7 Aug 2014).
  • Realinhamento da linha de costa e servicos ecossistemicos. Invited lecture by the Programme of Pos-graduate studies in Geography (PPGE) and in Geodynamics and Geophysics (PPGG), University Federal of Rio Grande do Norte, Natal, Brazil (4 Aug 2014).
  • Pontos Fundamentais para a determinacao da vulnerabilidade costeira aos eventos extremos e as mudancasa climaticas globais. Keynote at the National Symposium on Coastal Vulnerability, 14 May 2013, Porto de Galinhas, Brazil. Organized by the Ministry of Environment, Secretary of Environment of Pernambuco and University Federal of Pernambuco.
  • Coastal management solutions for the 21st century: combining habitat creation and coastal erosion/flood risk management through managed realignment, case studies from Europe. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Post-Graduate Programme in Geography, Florianopolis, Brazil, 11 Aug 2014.

Grants

  • X-band radar applications for coastal monitoring to support improved management of coastal erosion (NERC, 04 May 2015). In Progress
  • Strengthening and widening BU links in Brazil (Santander, 30 Jan 2014). Awarded
  • Showcasing Undergraduate Research Excellence – SURE@BU (Fusion Funds, 30 Jan 2014). Awarded
  • Living with Extreme Events at the Coast Grant Development (Bournemouth University Fusion Investment Fund, 15 Jan 2013). Awarded
  • Strengthening Latin America Collaborations (EU Academic Development Scheme, 14 Jan 2013). Awarded
  • Morphological Impacts and Coastal Risks Induced by Extreme Storm Events (EU FP7, 01 Jun 2008). Completed
  • Wave Hub Interactions with Seabed and Shoreline Processes (SW Develoment Agency, 01 Oct 2007). Completed
  • Coastal Flooding by Extreme Events (NERC, 01 Jun 2007). Completed
  • Quantifying Longshore Sediment Transport (FAPERGS; POL, 01 Aug 2004). Completed

External Responsibilities

  • Russian Science Foundation, International Expert Reviewer (2016-)
  • Research Council of Norway, Expert on Evaluation Panel (2015-), http://www.forskningsradet.no/en/Home_page/1177315753906
  • ESRC, Expert Reviewer (2014-)
  • IGFA Belmont Forum, Member of the Expert Panel - Coastal Vulnerability (2012-2013), https://igfagcr.org/
  • Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, International Peer-Reviewer (2009-2014), http://www.rustaveli.org.ge/en/
  • NERC - Natural Environment Research Council, Member of the Peer Review College (2008-)
  • University of Kwazulu-Natal, External Examiner - PhD viva (-2015)
  • UCL, External Examiner - PhD viva (-2013)

Internal Responsibilities

  • Examiner of initial Review - PhD, PGRT (Chairs and Examinations)
  • Chair of PhD Viva, PGR (Chairs and Examinations)
  • Examiner of Transfer Viva, PGR (Viva Chair and Examinations)
  • Chair of MRes Viva, PGR (Viva Chair and Examinations)
  • Examiner of Transfer Viva, PGR (Viva Chair and Examinations)
  • Chair of Transfer Viva, PGR (Viva Chair and Examinations)
  • Academic Lead for Placements, School of Applied Sciences
  • Global Engagement Leader, Department of Life & Environmental Sciences

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • Presentation about the NERC-funded X-Com project objectives and progress
  • A presentation summarising the activities and progress of the NERC-funded X-Com project

Conference Presentations

  • Deltas in Times of Climate Change II, Creating space for change: Managed realignment and flood risk reduction in low-lying coastal areas, 24 Sep 2014, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
  • Deltas in Times of Climate Change II, Managed realignment: A sustainable approach to restore coastal habitats and manage flood risk?, 24 Sep 2014, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
  • ECSA 55, Saltmarsh typologies emerging from land use changes within passive recovering areas, 06 Sep 2015, London, UK
  • ECSA 55, Challenges and solutions concerning the sustainability of managed realignment strategies, 06 Sep 2015, London, UK
  • International Coastal Symposium, Radical Coastal Management Options: A Case Study at Bawdsey, UK, 06 Mar 2016, Sydney, Australia
  • International Coastal Symposium, X-Com, a tool to support coastal management decisions using X-Band radar data, 06 Mar 2016, Sydney, Australia

Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons) in Oceanography (Fundacao Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, 1990)
  • MSc in Marine Geology (Florida Atlantic University, 1997)
  • PhD in Science (Geosciences) (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2004)

Memberships

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