Semester 1 – 2015/2016

Coastal Seminar Series, Semester 1, 2015-2016

Wednesday 7 Oct at 13.00

NOCS Conference Room (344/32)  


Dr Andres payo (Oxford University/ University of Southampton), “A stubborn challenge for new generations of coastal geomorphologist: anticipating coastal morphological changes at decadal and longer time scales
Thursday 08 Oct at 18.00

Building 07/3027


Prof. Colin Woodroffe (University of Wollongong, AUS), Sea-level change and shoreline response: the past as a guide to the future of our coasts.
Wednesday 28 Oct at 16.00

Building 46/2005

PhD. Esme Flegg (University of Southampton), How is the UK affected by maritime disruptions, and how have we adapted through time?
Wednesday 11 Nov at 16.00

Building 46/2005

Dr. David-Favis Mortlock (University of Oxford), ““… But some places are more interesting than others.” Computationally-expensive modelling of hillslopes and coasts: an approach which selectively focuses on the interesting places
Wednesday 25 Nov at 16.00

Building 32/1015

Dr. Ian Townend & Dr. Michael Ellis (University of Southampton & BGS), “The challenges of embracing the system thinking paradigm in coastal engineering
Tuesday 08 Dec at 14.00

National oceanography Centre Southampton

NOCS Seminar Room (104/13)


Prof Ian Turner (University of New South Wales),

Four decades of coastline monitoring at Narrabeen Beach, Sydney Australia

Wednesday 09 Dec at 16.00

Building 46/2005

 Dr. Alan Smith (University of Southampton), “How does human population exposure to flood risk fluctuate by time of day, and why does it matter?

Please contact Andres Payo for questions and comments: