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.
By ECE 2015-16 student George Cottell reports on the fieldtrip to Hengistbury Head and Christchurch Harbour: This field trip saw groups from both Coastal Sediment Dynamics and Coastal Morphodynamics modules come together for the day to visit Hengistbury Head; part of a beautiful section of coastline on the South of England. The aim of the day… Read More ECE student George Cottell reports on the Hengistbury Head/Christchurch Harbour fieldtrip
By ECE 2016-17 student Sam Lindsay A day trip to the lovely Isle of Wight on a still day, visiting sights scattered around one of England’s former premier holiday destinations, what more could you want? This trip presented itself as a chance to see some beautiful sights, whilst learning about how it is going to… Read More Isle of Wight in a day – field trip account by ECE student Sam Lindsay
Written by Prof Carl Amos, with pictures contributed by several MSC ECE students; MSc students from the Engineering in the Coastal Environment Course joined with final year undergraduates in Oceanography for a field trip to Highcliffe and Hengistbury. The trip shows the impact of coastal protection works at Highcliffe that is creating significant erosion of 4-5 m/year)… Read More Field Trip to Hengistbury Head and Christchurch Harbour
This year’s cohort of ECE students have recently undertaken their “introductory” field trip to explore some of the coastal issues the Isle of Wight, lead by geologist Dr Max Barton. Current ECE student, Tom Ivey reports, with photos contributed by fellow student Gibran Moha: The day started off early, wet and windy for our field trip… Read More Field Trip to the Isle of Wight 16/10/2013