As part of the applied sediment dynamics course I co-ordinate we do a series of measurements on this Bramble Bank each year, which is home to Britain’s strangest cricket match:
Our new paper on coastal flooding has just been published online – http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11069-013-0610-5.
In this paper we model the inundation of the 10th March 2008 flood event, which generated the highest water level in Southampton water since 1935. We created a regional dataset of flood extent information and used this to validate the modelling.
Attended this World Universities Network workshop last week: http://www.wun.ac.uk/events/wun-changing-coasts-workshop. I gave a short talk on drivers of coastal change and a talk on the tides and extreme water level of Southampton Water for the field trip.