MSc ECE student Lia Bennet reports on Lauren Burt’s seminar on the past, present and future of Hurst Spit: On the 7th December Lauren Burt, part of the New Forest District Council’s Coastal Team and an alumna of the MSc ECE, gave a presentation on the past, present and future management of Hurst spit. This… Read More MSc ECE student Lia Bennet reports on Lauren Burt’s seminar on the past, present and future of Hurst Spit.
MSc ECE 2018/19 student Michalis Karas reports on the SOES3014/CENV6126 fieldtrip to Hengistbury Head and Christchurch Bay: On Monday 5th of November a field trip was organised to introduce a variety of coastal environments, both natural and engineered. A group of MSc students from Coastal Sediment Dynamics and Coastal Morphodyamics courses visited the area… Read More MSc ECE fieldtrip to Hengistbury Head and Christchurch Bay – by Michalis Karas
ECE 2018/19 student Pei reports on the induction fieldtrio to Pennington Marshes and Hurst Spit: This first field trip to Pennington and Hurst Spit marks the start of the adventure of our MSc Engineering in the Coastal Environment (ECE) first semester. This is the first time when we met up with all the students from… Read More COMEM / ECE / GDP fieldtrip to Pennington and Hurst Spit on 27 Sep 18 – By ECE student Pei Ling Goh
By MSc COMEM student Thomas Cowan: A new school year brings a lot of excitement for the CoMEM students coming to Southampton for the fall semester. New courses and a new culture have everyone anxious for the start of the semester. This autumn, we also meet with new students taking the ECE masters program based… Read More COMEM & ECE fieldtrip to Portsdown Hill, Hayling Island, and Selsy – By COMEM student Thomas Cowan
This is a press-release for a new paper – Wave breaking patterns control rip current flow regimes and surf zone retention, published by members of the coastal group which can be accessed here. Research by the Universities of Southampton and Plymouth has found a new link between breaking waves and the hazard posed by rip currents. The… Read More New understanding of rip currents could help to save lives