Dr Megan Williams
UK Shelf Seas Biogeochemistry Programme: Benthic observations in the Celtic Sea to study benthic sediment and seasonality as controls on biogeochemical processing in shelf seas.
BLUE-coast: Physical and biological dynamic coastal processes and their role in coastal recovery
Thompson, C. E. L., M. E. Williams, T. Hull, L. O. Amoudry, S. Reynolds, A. Panton, and G. Fones (In review), Benthic controls of resuspension in UK shelf seas: implications for resuspension frequency, submitted to Continental Shelf Research.
Thompson, C. E. L., B. Silburn, M. E. Williams, T. Hull, D. Sivyer, L. O. Amoudry, S. Widdicombe, et al. (2017), An Approach for the Identification of Exemplar Sites for Scaling up Targeted Field Observations of Benthic Biogeochemistry in Heterogeneous Environments, Biogeochemistry, 1–34. doi:10.1007/s10533-017-0366-1.
2016), Tidally discontinuous ocean forcing in bar-built estuaries: The interaction of tides, infragravity motions, and frictional control, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 121, 571–585, doi:10.1002/2015JC011166., and (
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