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Dr

Sarah McSweeney

Lecturer In Coastal Geomorphology
Geography
Estuaries
beaches
physical processes
physical sciences
science & technology
geosciences, multidisciplinary
geology
physical geography
geography, physical
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Dr

Sarah McSweeney

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Coastal geomorphology
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Dr

Sarah McSweeney

 

Sarah is a coastal geomorphologist. Her work focuses on the physical processes, management, and evolution of coastal landforms.

Sarah is currently involved in projects in Australia and internationally investigating estuary morphodynamics and infill processes, the drivers of shoreline change, wave climate variability, and estuary management. Her PhD project involved investigated the marine and fluvial processes which control the opening and closure of estuaries to the ocean in Victoria. Sarah is also a passionate middle distance runner and loves the outdoors.

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Additional Information

2014 Department of Land, Water and Environmental Planning (DELWP) external research grant

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2019

2020 University of Melbourne ECR Award

University of Melbourne

2018

John McKenzie ECR award

University of Melbourne

2017

Moreton Bay research Ggant

Goodman Foundation

2016

SEES teaching award

University of Queensland

2015

Postgraduate writing-up award

University of Melbourne

2012

APA 2012 - 2016

Australian Government

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Awards

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Lecturer In Coastal Geomorphology

Geography

Member

American Geophysical Sciences Union (AGU)

Member

River Basin Management Society (RBMS)

Member

Australia and New Zealand Geomorphology Group (ANZGG)

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Science (hons) (first class)

University of Canterbury

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