Dr Julia Mullarney
Senior Lecturer (Coastal)
Qualifications: BA (Hons) Cambridge, MSc Bristol, PhD ANU
Personal Website: https://juliamullarney.com
I have previously conducted research in the USA, Canada, Australia and the UK, with topics ranging from laboratory analog experiments of the large-scale ocean overturning to much smaller scale coastal process studies. I am a big believer in the collection and analysis of field data to validate and improve theoretical and numerical models. When not working, I like to play outside, particularly on ice.
Physical oceanography, coastal ocean dynamics, geophysical fluid dynamics. In particular: exploring mixing and turbulence processes in coastal environments based on field observations; use of laboratory experiments to elucidate fundamental physical processes that cannot be resolved in large-scale numerical models; vegetation dynamics.
I am currently seeking graduate students to partake in exciting coastal research projects. Please contact me with any inquiries. I am particularly keen to hear from students with a strong mathematics, physics or engineering background.
- de Ruiter, Peter (in progress). Hydrodynamic controls on sedimentation with Tauranga Harbour.
- da Silva, Tiago Dutra (in progress). Impacts of fragmentation of seagrass meadows on near-bed hydrodynamics: Implications for meadow integrity
- Vundavilli, Hemanth (in progress). Control on carbon burial rates in subtropical environments: The role of spatial heterogeneity of vegetation density.
- Dejeans, Berengere (in progress). Use of a hydrodynamic and sediment transport model to investigate the effects of turbulence on flocculation in the Kaipara River, New Zealand.
- Norris, Ben (2019). Hydrodynamics and morphodynamics of flows within mangrove swamps in the Mekong Delta.
- Ramirez Matiz, Yuliana (submitted). The spatial variability of elemental and isotopic compositions of carbon and nitrogen within sediments in a subtropical mangrove forest.
- Harvie, Morgan (2019). Evaluation of the measurement capabilities of an autonomous surface vessel in coastal regions.
- Bredin-Grey, Holly (2016). Changes in flow and sediment trapping caused by bioturbating macrofauna (austrahelice crassa).
- Brunschwiler, Nadine (2015). Dispersal and mxing of stormwater run-off plumes in the Port of Tauranga, New Zealand.
- Lovett, Nicola (2017). Sediment transport in the Firth of Thames mangrove forest, New Zealand.
Tinoco, R. O., San Juan, J. E., & Mullarney, J. C. (2020). Simplification bias: lessons from laboratory and field experiments on flow through aquatic vegetation. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 45(1), 121-143. doi:10.1002/esp.4743
Le Minor, M., Mullarney, J. C., Pilditch, C. A., & Huhn, K. (2020). Crab burrow aspect ratio influences particle capture rates on intertidal sandflats. Geo-Marine Letters, 40, 197-216. doi:10.1007/s00367-019-00630-x
Bryan, K. R., Fagherazzi, S., & Mullarney, J. (2019). A model for tidal propagation in intertidal regions with mangroves. In RCEM 2019: The 11th Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics. Conference held in Auckland, New Zealand.
Vundavilli, H., Mullarney, J., MacDonald, I. T., & Bryan, K. R. (2019). Interaction of buoyant river plumes with vegetation and consequences for sediment transport and deposition. In RCEM 2019: The 11th Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics. Conference held in Auckland, New Zealand.
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