Brad Murray – Research at the Nicholas School
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Decentralized Management Hinders Coastal Climate Adaptation: The Spatial Dynamics of Beach Nourishment

Gopalakrishnan, S, McNamara, D, Smith, MD, and Murray, AB. Decentralized management hinders coastal climate adaptation: the spatial-dynamics of beach nourishment (June 2016).
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Uncertainty quantification in modeling earth surface processes: more applicable for some types of models than for others.

Murray, AB, Gasparini, NM, Goldstein, EB, and van der Wegen, M. Computers & Geosciences 90 (May 2016): 6-16.
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Simulating mesoscale coastal evolution for decadal coastal management: A new framework integrating multiple, complementary modelling approaches.

van Maanen, B, Nicholls, RJ, French, JR, Barkwith, A, Bonaldo, D, Burningham, H, Brad Murray, A, Payo, A, Sutherland, J, Thornhill, G, Townend, IH, van der Wegen, M, and Walkden, MJA.  Geomorphology 256 (March 2016): 68-80.
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Appropriate complexity for the prediction of coastal and estuarine geomorphic behaviour at decadal to centennial scales

French, J, Payo, A, Murray, B, Orford, J, Eliot, M, and Cowell, P. Geomorphology 256 (March 2016): 3-16.
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Complex coastlines responding to climate change: do shoreline shapes reflect present forcing or “remember” the distant past?

Thomas, CW, Murray, AB, Ashton, AD, Hurst, MD, Barkwith, AKAP, and Ellis, MA. Earth Surface Dynamics 4, no. 4 (2016): 871-884.
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