Dr Robert Dorrell

Dr Robert Dorrell

University Research Fellow

Faculty and Department

  • Institutes
  • Energy and Environmental Institute

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Self-sharpening induces jet-like structure in seafloor gravity currents

Dorrell, R. M., Peakall, J., Darby, S. E., Parsons, D. R., Johnson, J., Sumner, E. J., …Tezcan, D. (2019). Self-sharpening induces jet-like structure in seafloor gravity currents. Nature communications, 10(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-09254-2

Quantifying faulting and base level controls on syn-rift sedimentation using stratigraphic architectures of coeval, adjacent Early-Middle Pleistocene fan deltas in Lake Corinth, Greece

Barrett, B. J., Collier, R. E., Hodgson, D. M., Gawthorpe, R. L., Dorrell, R. M., & Cullen, T. M. (in press). Quantifying faulting and base level controls on syn-rift sedimentation using stratigraphic architectures of coeval, adjacent Early-Middle Pleistocene fan deltas in Lake Corinth, Greece. Basin Research, https://doi.org/10.1111/bre.12356

Pulse propagation in gravity currents

Allen, P. A., Dorrell, R. M., Harlen, O. G., Thomas, R. E., & McCaffrey, W. D. (in press). Pulse propagation in gravity currents. Physics of Fluids, 32(1), https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5130576

Influence of Coriolis force upon bottom boundary layers in a large-scale gravity current experiment: Implications for evolution of sinuous deep-water channel systems

Davarpanah Jazi, S., Wells, M., Peakall, J., Dorrell, R., Thomas, R., Keevil, G., …Valran, T. (in press). Influence of Coriolis force upon bottom boundary layers in a large-scale gravity current experiment: Implications for evolution of sinuous deep-water channel systems. Journal of geophysical research. C, Oceans, https://doi.org/10.1029/2019jc015284

An integrated process-based model of flutes and tool marks in deep-water environments: Implications for palaeohydraulics, the Bouma sequence and hybrid event beds

Clare, M. A., Peakall, J., Lee, D. R., Best, J., Dorrell, R. M., Baas, J. H., …Talling, P. J. (2020). An integrated process-based model of flutes and tool marks in deep-water environments: Implications for palaeohydraulics, the Bouma sequence and hybrid event beds. Sedimentology, https://doi.org/10.1111/sed.12727

Project

Funder

Grant

Started

Status

Project

The, statistically-Unsteady, Next Generation Sediment Transport model for ENvironmental flows

Funder

NERC Natural Environment Research Council

Grant

£587,886.00

Started

1 January 2020

Status

Ongoing

Project

Carbon Trust TLM

Funder

JDR Cable Systems Ltd

Grant

£3,570.00

Started

1 January 2018

Status

Complete

Project

New field-scale calibration for turbidity current impact modelling

Funder

NERC Natural Environment Research Council

Grant

£7,363.00

Started

1 September 2017

Status

Complete

Project

LoSSGO: Local Sea-State for Stop-Go offshore Operations

Funder

Green Port Hull

Grant

£191,082.00

Started

1 May 2018

Status

Ongoing

Project

New models of sediment suspensions

Funder

Royal Society

Grant

£21,500.00

Started

1 October 2018

Status

Ongoing

Project

Formative conditions of plane bed and antidune in turbidity currents

Funder

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

Grant

£9,200.00

Started

20 August 2018

Status

Complete