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Professor Thomas Coulthard
Professor of Physical Geography
|Biography||Prof. Tom Coulthard is Professor of Physical Geography at the University of Hull, modelling environmental systems specialising in the distributed and cellular modelling of fluvial and landscape systems.
Prof. Coulthard is PI of the NERC ERIIP Combination Hazards in ESTuaries (CHEST) researching surge/fluvial/tidal flood risk in UK estuaries. He is a member of the NERC SINATRA flooding from intense rainfall consortium, was a member of the NERC/EPSRC Flood Risk Management Research Consortium (FRMRC) parts 1 and 2. He has and held a further three NERC grants (GT4/95/147/F, GST/02/0758, NER/A/S/2001/00454), and has supervised five PDRAs and ten research students.
Tom has written over 100 papers in leading journals including Geology and Water Resources Research. In 2007 he chaired an independent review into the Hull floods and was lead author on the reviews influential report. Aside from work following the 2007 floods his research interests are diverse, spanning from modelling the impacts of environmental change, metal contamination in river systems and the impacts of vegetation on fluvial geomorphology. In 2005 he was awarded the Warwick award from the British Geomorphological Research Group and in 2008 the Vice Chancellors Prize from the University of Hull. Tom is the 2020 recipient of the EGU Bagnold Medal. He is also the managing editor (and founding editor) of the EGU journal Earth Surface Dynamics.
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