Deirdre Hart

Senior LecturerDeirdre Hart

Coastal Science, Physical Geography
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Internal Phone: 94062

Qualifications & Memberships

Research Interests

Deirdre researches the physical, biological and human (including built environments) processes and interactions in coastal environments via an approach that is fundamentally multi-disciplinary. She is passionate about the dissemination of coastal science through education, informed management, and community engagement. Her research and teaching interests include temperate and tropical coastal and river-mouth science, engineering and management, in New Zealand, Korea, Italy and the USA. Deirdre employs a range of techniques from field, to laboratory and numerical and theoretical modelling. She is interested in supervising Masters and PhD projects that align closely with her coastal/ multi-hazard research interests, including on river mouths, high-energy coasts, mudflats, reef sediments, pocket beaches and urban multi-hazards such as flooding and earthquake effects.

Recent Publications

  • Hart D., Pitman S. and Byun D-S. (2020) Earthquakes, coasts… and climate change? Multi-hazard opportunities, challenges and approaches for coastal cities.. Journal of Coastal Research (SI95) tba: 5p.
  • Byun D-S. and Hart D. (2019) On Robust Multi-Year Tidal Prediction Using T_TIDE. Ocean Science Journal : 15. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12601-019-0036-4.
  • Pitman SJ., Hart D. and Katurji M. (2019) Application of UAV techniques to expand beach research possibilities: A case study of coarse clastic beach cusps. Continental Shelf Research 184: 44-53. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2019.07.008.
  • Pitman SJ., Jol HM., Shulmeister J. and Hart DE. (2019) Storm response of a mixed sand gravel beach ridge plain under falling relative sea levels: A stratigraphic investigation using ground penetrating radar. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 44(8): 1610-1617. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/esp.4598.
  • Byun DS. and Hart DE. (2018) Predicting tidal currents using 25-h observations through a complete tidal species modulation with tidal current constant corrections method. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 35(12): 2405-2420. http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JTECH-D-18-0120.1.