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Elizabeth Christie, BSc MSc PhD

Elizabeth Christie, BSc MSc PhD

Research Associate

My interests lie in coastal process numerical modelling including coastal hazards and flooding, wave interaction with vegetation, structure interaction, sediment transport and morphological modelling.

Biography

Career

Qualifications

  • PhD, Department of Engineering, University of Liverpool, UK. Thesis: 'Numerical modelling of morphological impacts of Offshore Wind Farms' (EPSRC DTA Studentship).
  • MSc, Applied Physical Oceanography, School of Ocean Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor. (NERC Bursary).
  • BSc (Hons.) (First Class), Marine Biology and Oceanography, School of Ocean Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor.

Research

  • Coastal hydrodynamic and sediment transport modelling
  • Coastal hazard modelling, coastal risk assessment and resilience measures
  • Saltmarsh dynamics and use as a natural coastal defence
  • Wave attenuation modelling over wetlands
  • Long term morphological modelling

Publications

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Teaching

  • Supervisor for modules Environmental Processes and Change: Oceans, Coasts and Catchments' and Living with global change, Coastal Hazards
  • Demonstrator on field and lab courses for modules Geographical Skills and Methods: Field, Laboratory and Desk-based Skills for
    Understanding the Physical Environment,Geographical Skills and Methods: Statistical Methods, Biogeography, and Muddy Coasts and Estuaries.
  • Demonstrator/Teaching Assistant, Department of Engineering, University of Liverpool.