Chloe is a coastal geomorphologist and numerical modeler who is interested in the medium- to long-term behaviour of coastal environments. She uses advanced modelling techniques to understand the role of driving environmental conditions in shaping the coastal system, including changing wave climate patterns and sea level rise.
Understanding the response of coasts to changes in these conditions is key to predicting their future evolution and the potential impact this could have on enviro socioeconomic factors. Her current research forms part of the wider Victorian Coastal Monitoring Program (VCMP) and is focused on using innovative modelling techniques to predict the future morphodynamics of the Victorian coastline, south east Australia.
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National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme (NCMAS), NCI Gadi Allocation School of Geography Engagement Seed Funding, CoastSnap Inverloch
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The Coastline Evolution Model 2D (CEM2D) V1.1
Chloe Leach, Tom Coulthard, Andrew Barkwith, Daniel R Parsons, Susan Manson
Journal article | 2019 | Geoscientific Model Development: an interactive open-access journal of the European Geosciences Union
Coasts are among the most intensely used environments on the planet, but they also present dynamic and unique hazards including fl..
Coastal landslide mapping of the Black Ven Spittles complex, Charmouth
Chloe Morris, Servel Miller
Journal article | 2014 | Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society
Landslides are not generally perceived as natural hazards that significantly affect the UK. However, slope instability affects man..
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Research Fellow - Coastal Shoreline Monitoring
Doctor of Philosphy
The University of Hull
Bachelor of Science
University of Chester