- Coastal ocean modelling: model performance and comparison to observations, using high resolution ocean circulation models to study coastal ocean processes.
- Modelling bio-physical interactions in the coastal ocean: larval connectivity and dispersal and other particle tracking applications, biogeochemical modelling.
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