Centre for Coastal and Ocean Science and Engineering (CCOSE) seminar series
  • Babbage 403

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We have an exciting array of international speakers visiting the University of Plymouth as part of the Centre for Coastal and Ocean Science and Engineering (CCOSE) seminar series.

The seminars are open to members of the marine physics (MPRG), coastal processes (CPRG) and coastal engineering (COAST) research groups within CCOSE. They are also open to PhD, masters and undergraduate students within the marine area. People outside these groups are welcome to attend if space permits.

Seminars normally last for approximately one hour, including time for questions.


Islands on the Move: Understanding the Physical Dynamics of Coral Reef Islands in the Context of Environmental Change

Professor Paul Kench, University of Auckland, New Zealand

14.00 – 15.00, Wednesday 27 June 2018

Babbage 403, University of Plymouth

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Previous seminars

2017/18

Sea level variability and sea level rise along the U.S. East Coast: the impact of climate change, hurricanes and the Gulf Stream

Professor Tal Ezer (Professor of Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Old Dominion University, USA)

13.00 – 14.00, Wednesday 14 March 2018

Babbage 409, University of Plymouth

Steady streaming and mass transport in water waves

Professor John Chaplin (University of Southampton)

13:00–14:00, Wednesday 14 December 2017

Scott Lecture Theatre, University of Plymouth

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