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Current Research

SurgeWatch: a user-friendly database of coastal flooding for the UK

SCOPAC Contaminated Land Study

Scanning of historical aerial photography

Beach response in front of structures in open coast

Reducing regional flood and erosion risk from wave action on the Channel Coast

Maintenance of coastal structures - Phase 1: Timber groynes

Completed Research

Poole Bay Nearshore Replenishment Trial (2014-2017)

Bradbury’s Bursary: Lauren Burt (2016) and Emma Harris (2017)

SCOPAC Sediment Transport Study update 2012

Offshore to onshore transport across distinct landforms at Church Norton Spit: Minor Funds Contribution 2015-2016

Coastal sediment budget project: Minor Funds Contribution 2013-2016

Seabed Mapping Selsey to Eastoke: Minor Funds Contribution 2013-2015

Sediment Tracer Study Phase II: Minor Funds Contribution 2011-2013

Non-standard Rock Groynes: Minor Funds Contribution 2011-2013

Sediment Tracer Study Phase I: Minor Funds Contribution 2010-2011

ACCESS Project 2011

Extreme Wave Conditions within the SCOPAC region 2008-2010

Strategic Regional Coastal Monitoring

RESPONSE European Project 2006-2009

RESPONSE European Project Maps

SCOPAC Sediment Transport Bibliographic Database (v6, 2012)

SCOPAC Sediment Transport Study 2004

Evolution of the Solent River animation

Evolution of Lyme Bay animation

Preparing for the Impacts of Climate Change 2001

SCOPAC £500

Bradbury’s Bursary 2016 & 2017

In honour of Professor Andrew Bradbury’s contribution to coastal engineering across the SCOPAC region, a £500 bursary is awarded annually to a student of the University of Southampton’s “Engineering in the Coastal Environment” Masters course.

2016: Investigating the physical and geotechnical properties of the substrate in the lee of Hurst Spit, Hampshire

Lauren Burt BSc (Hons)

University of Southampton

MSc Engineering in the Coastal Environment

Faculty of Engineering in the Environment

December 2016

Download Lauren's dissertation (pdf, 4.5Mb)

In 2016 Lauren Burt was awarded the £500 Bradbury’s bursary as a contribution towards her masters thesis fieldwork investigating the physical and geotechnical properties of the substrate in the lee of Hurst Spit, Hampshire.

The thesis proposal was original and well written, with direct application to future management of the site as well as wider relevance to other barrier beaches and spits across the SCOPAC region.  

Lauren writes, “I was honoured and extremely proud to win the 2016 Bradbury Bursary set up by SCOPAC. This was awarded upon review of the scoping study prepared for this thesis, and supported both fieldwork and data analysis.”

Lauren’s masters dissertation is available to download below:

Migration of Gravel Barriers over a Consolidating Substrate: Implications for Coastal Management


Professor Andy Bradbury

Presentations to SCOPAC, January 2018 - Lauren Burt and Emma Harris

Both the 2016 and 2017 winners of the Bradbury’s Bursay, Lauren Burt and Emma Harris, were invited to present their findings to SCOPAC on the 19th January 2018. Their presentations were well received by Members and highlighted the benefits of supporting young engineers in the industry.

Their presentations are available to download below, and their masters dissertations further down this page:

The masters dissertations

2017: Investigating the recent morphological evolution of Pagham Harbour entrance

Emma Harris

University of Southampton

MSc Engineering in the Coastal Environment

Faculty of Engineering in the Environment

September 2017

Download Emma's dissertation (pdf, 4Mb)

The 2017 winner of the Bradbury's Bursary was Emma Harris. Emma's research investigated the cause of the recent breach at Pagham Harbour using data from the South-east Regional Monitoring Programme.

Emma's research proposal was well thought out with clear aims, objectives and a robust methodology for investigating the morphological evolution at Pagham Harbour.

Emma writes, "I am delighted and feel incredibly honoured to receive this bursary".

Research into barrier beaches was a subject of great interest to Professor Bradbury, having developed a tool for predicting overwashing of barrier beaches for his Ph.D.

Lauren’s masters dissertation is available to download below:

The recent morphological evolution of Pagham Harbour entrance and the cause of the breach to Church Norton spit in winter 2016

Emma_Harris_SCOPAC_final.pdf Lauren Burt SCOPAC 2018.pdf

Presentation by Lauren Burt Migration of Gravel Barriers over a Consolidating Substrate: Implications for Coast Management

Presentation by Emma Harris The recent morphological evolution of Pagham Harbour entrance and the cause of the breach to Church Norton spit in winter 2016