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Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton
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P.Camus-Brana@soton.ac.uk

Dr Paula Camus PhD

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Paula Camus is a Research Fellow in Physical Oceanography within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.

Dr Paula Camus has focused her research in marine climate characterization at different time scales required in coastal engineering (from short term forecast to very long-term including climate change). She has combined innovative mathematical tools and statistical methods, not previously applied in oceanography, with numerical models to generate historical databases of marine dynamics in coastal areas or to project wave climate. She has contributed to the first coordinated multivariate ensemble of 21st Century global wind-wave climate projections available (COWCLIP2.0). Paula has also developed novelty probabilistic and risk frameworks to assess climate change coastal impacts as erosion, coastal flooding, disruptions of port operations.

Professional Experience and Appointments

• Research Fellow, University of Southampton: 2019-present,

• Postdoctoral Researcher at Environmental Hydraulics Institute (Universidad de Cantabria, Spain), 2010-2019.

• Visiting Postdoctoral Researcher at Climate Research Division, Environment Canada, 2011–2012.

• Research Fellow at Ocean and Coastal Research Group, Universidad de Cantabria, 2005-2010.

• Research Fellow at Centre for Harbour and Coastal Studies, CEDEX, Ministry of Public Works, 2003-2004.

Education

PhD. in Marine Science and Technology (Universidad de Cantabria, Spain), 2009.

MSc. Ports and Coastal Engineering (CEDEX, Ministry of Public Works), 2003.

Civil Engineer (6-year degree), Universidad de Cantabria (Spain), 2002.

Research interests

  • Dynamical and Statistical downscaling methods
  • Hybrid methodologies
  • Climate emulators
  • Wave climate projections
  • Coastal hazards
  • Climate change impacts and risks
  • Extreme and compound events

Research project:

CHANCE: Understanding compound flooding in the past, present and future for North Atlantic coastlines.

We will deliver a new integrated approach, incorporating all the spatial and temporal dependencies between the four main source drivers of flooding in coastal regions. 

Research group

Physical Oceanography

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Dr Paula Camus
School of Ocean and Earth Science
National Oceanography Centre Southampton
University of Southampton Waterfront Campus
European Way
Southampton SO14 3ZH
UK

Room Number: NOCS/566/06/N1

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