Dr Katrien Van Landeghem
Senior Lecturer in Ocean Sciences
Room: 312 Craig Mair Phone: 01248 38 8161
I lecture in Marine Geology and Geophysics. I focus my research on seabed morphodynamics. I study sediment transport and bedform dynamics, more particularly the formation of amplified sediment waves, enhanced sediment mobility around seafloor objects and its link to sustainable management of engineering projects. I also study seabed morphodynamics linked to glacial dynamics, reconstructing the demise of marine-terminating ice streams from investigations of the seafloor, and understanding seabed habitat suitability on exposed seafloor when glaciers have retreated.
Pristine Antarctic fjords contain similar levels of microplastics to open oceans near big civilisations.Alexis Janosik (Contributor), David Barnes (Contributor), James Scourse (Contributor), Katrien Van Landeghem (Contributor)16 Jul 2018
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