Storm Roberts
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Storm Roberts

Teaching and Support Assistant

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Biography

Biography

I am a PhD research student and my work is undertaken as part of the Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Geoscience and the Low Carbon Energy Transition.

Project: Assessing past storm and tsunami events with coastal boulder deposits: implications for offshore and coastal renewable energy infrastructure.

Supervisors:

Dr Sarah Boulton

Prof Alison Raby

Dr Irene Manzella

Qualifications

  • 2016-2020 MGeol (Hons) Geology, University of Plymouth (First Class)

Teaching

Teaching

Teaching interests

Acted as a Teaching and Support Assistant on the following modules:

GEOL1005 - Geological maps and Structural Geology

GEOL2003 - Geospatial Techniques

Research

Research

Research interests

  • Coastal Boulder Deposits (CBD)
  • Extreme wave events (Tsunami & Storm waves)

Other research

My MGeol dissertation involved studying landslide path dependency in the Nepal Himalaya using remote sensing and GIS techniques. This led to me working alongside Sarah Boulton and Josh Jones to study path dependency through multiple resolution landslide inventories, which resulted in publication.

Publications

Publications

Key publications

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Roberts S, Jones JN & Boulton SJ (2021) 'Characteristics of landslide path dependency revealed through multiple resolution landslide inventories in the Nepal Himalaya' Geomorphology 0-0 , DOI Open access