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Mr Tom O'Shea

Mr Tom O'Shea

Mr Tom O'Shea

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Area of research

Development of Complex Adaptive Systems (CASs) and the analysis of their emergent properties in response to hydrodynamic forcing.

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Clifton, Bristol BS8 1SS
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Research summary

My Ph.D. project will look to diversify and develop the detail of potential approaches towards understanding the interactions between social, geographical and physical elements within the dynamic urban landscapes of our world. The overall aim being the creation of a robust analytical and evaluative framework for the complex systematic factors that could combine with physical phenomona and result in catastrophe or it's avoidance.

Having conducted a project on flood dynamics for my MSc. thesis at UCL using a geo-statistical methodology for 12 cities around the UK, I have a working knowledge of the approaches taken to conduct a study on the nature of flooding within urban environments ...

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Biography

BSc. in Physical Geography, Aberystwyth University (2007-2011)

MSc. in Geophysical Hazards, University College London (2011-2012)

PGCE. in Secondary Physics, Edge Hill University (2013-2016)

Current: Ph.D. in Geography, Bristol University (2017-2021)

 

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