The Southern Coastal Group (SCG)
Cllr Mrs M Penfold MBE, West Dorset District Council
Cllr Jackie Branson, Havant Borough Council
Technical assistance provided to Councillors by
Mr Neil Watson (Environment Agency) and
Dr Samantha Cope (SCOPAC Research Chair)
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|Professor Andrew P Bradbury - a tribute|
|:: ANDY'S "A PROBLEM SHARED" WORKSHOP SERIES ::|
|Incident Management Workshop, January 2015|
|Coastal Cliff Instability Workshop, January 2014|
|Sediment Renourishment of Beaches Workshop, February 2013|
|Sediment Recycling Workshop, February 2012|
|Rock Groyne Workshop, January 2011|
|Timber Groyne Workshop, March 2010|
|:: SCOPAC FIELD TRIPS ::|
|Christchurch Bay Field Trip, June 2017|
|Bournemouth Field Trip, May 2016|
|Lyme Regis Field Trip, June 2015|
|Medmerry Field Trip, June 2014|
|Lyme Regis Field Trip, June 2013|
|Hurst Spit Field Trip, June 2012|
|Old Portsmouth Field Trip, June 2011|
|Hengistbury Head Field Trip, June 2010|
|:: OTHER WORKSHOPS & TRAINING EVENTS ::|
|Visit to HR Wallingford, September 2014|
|Toe Structure Workshop, December 2011|
|ACCESS Project Launch, November 2011|
|Planning for the Impacts of Coastal Change Workshop, September 2011|
|Preparing a Business Case Workshop, May 2011|
|CIRIA Beach Management Manual Launch, October 2010|
|2018-2020 Minor projects funding: call for proposals|
|:: CURRENT RESEARCH ::|
|SCOPAC Contaminated Land Study|
|Scanning of historical aerial photography|
|Beach response in front of structures in open coast|
|Poole Bay Nearshore Replenishment Trial|
|Reducing regional flood and erosion risk from wave action on the Channel Coast|
|Maintenance of coastal structures - Phase 1: Timber Groynes|
|:: COMPLETED RESEARCH ::|
|Bradbury's Bursary 2016 & 2017|
|SCOPAC Sediment Transport Study update (2012)|
|Offshore to onshore transport across distinct landforms at Church Norton Spit|
|Coastal sediment budget project (Minor Funds Contribution)|
|Seabed Mapping project, Selsey to Eastoke (Minor Funds Contribution)|
|Sediment Tracer Study Phase II (Minor Funds Contribution)|
|Evolution of Coastal Sediment Stores & Sinks Study|
|Sediment Tracer Study Phase I (Minor Funds Contribution)|
|Non-Standard Rock Groynes (Minor Funds Contribution)|
|Extreme Wave Conditions within the SCOPAC region|
|Strategic Regional Coastal Monitoring Programmes|
|RESPONSE European Project|
|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|
|RESPONSE European Project - maps|
|Coastal Erosion - Good or Bad for Lyme Regis? A video|
|Grant Aid Funding for Coastal Schemes - downloads|