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Aikaterini Pylarinou

PhD Title: "Modeling the impacts of climate change on coastal and estuarine habitats"

 

The aim of my PhD is to evaluate the potential of reduced complexity spatial landscape models as a tool for evaluating meso-scale impacts of sea-level rise on estuarine environments  in the UK. It is hoped that this study will serve to demonstrate the potential of reduced complexity approaches as a computationally efficient yet robust means of predicting broad-scale changes in coastal and estuarine morphology and habitat characteristics. Moreover, it is envisaged that such modeling tools may also have an important role in the visualisation and communication of coastal change and alternative coastal futures to wider, non-specialists, audiences.

 

 

Supervisors

Prof. Jon French, Dr. Helene Burningham

 

Academic Background

2010-present PhD

2008-2009 MSc in Sustainable Water Resources Development, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece (Distinction)

2001-2007 BSc/MSc in Natural Resources Development and Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece

 

Contact

Coastal & Estuarine research Unit (CERU)

UCL Department of Geography

Pearson Building

Gower Street

London

WC1E 6BT

E-mail: aikaterini.pylarinou.10@ucl.ac.uk