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Postdoctoral Research Associate
I am a fluvial geomorphologist interested in understanding how meandering rivers evolve through time. I am particularly interested in the interaction between channel bars and flow hydrodynamics that combine to change the shape of meanders. I mainly employ the use of remote sensing to monitor changes in meander form through time and combine these observations with measurements from the field.
I have interests in understanding how water moves through the landscape and how this may alter in response to climatic and land use changes in the future. I am currently exploring how changes in land management may impact the routing of water and how this may provide a range of benefits for society, the environment, and the economy.
Rapid megaflood-triggered base-level rise on Mars
Ahmed, J., Peakall, J., Balme, M., & Parsons, D. (2022). Rapid megaflood-triggered base-level rise on Mars. Geology, https://doi.org/10.1130/G50277.1
The role of sediment supply in the adjustment of channel sinuosity across the Amazon Basin
Ahmed, J., Constantine, J. A., & Dunne, T. (2019). The role of sediment supply in the adjustment of channel sinuosity across the Amazon Basin. Geology, 47(9), 807-810. https://doi.org/10.1130/G46319.1
UK Parliament Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee Flooding Inquiry: Written Evidence from Dr Kate Smith et al. (FLO0043)
Smith, K., Thomas, R. E., Skinner, C., Davidson, G., Parsons, D., McLelland, S., …Betts, P. (2021). UK Parliament Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee Flooding Inquiry: Written Evidence from Dr Kate Smith et al. (FLO0043)
Hedgerows: Mapping The Gaps Final Report
Wolstenholme, J., Cooper, F., Davidson, G., Parsons, K., Ahmed, J., & Thomas, R. (2021). Hedgerows: Mapping The Gaps Final Report. Natural England
Fluvial geomorphology, floodplains, meandering rivers, pollutants, soil hydrology, flood risk, remote sensing of the environment
British Society for Geomorphology
1 April 2020
The Leverhulme Trust
1 February 2022
Energy and Environment Institute
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