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M.Sc. In Applied Environmental Geoscience Project Seminars 2022

M.Sc. In Applied Environmental Geoscience Project Seminars 2022

M.Sc. In Applied Environmental Geoscience Project Seminars 2022
13/09/2022 13:00
13/09/2022 18:15
How to attend:

M.Sc. In Applied Environmental Geoscience Project Seminars 2022 - Tuesday  13th September 1.00pm to 6.15pm.

Each talk is ten minutes long followed by up to five minutes for questions.


Session 1

1.00pm The development of conceptual models and contributing factors relating to three major peat slides in Ireland. – Mariah Jackson

1.15pm Assessment of tunnel stability using empirical and numerical approaches – Case study: Caha Tunnel  (N71) , Kerry - Sowmya Gudipati

1.30pm Site Investigation design in karst prone areas of N/M20 Cork to Limerick road improvement scheme- Ewa Dwojak

1.45pm Offshore wind energy development and onshore/offshore site assessment in Ireland- Patrick Cochran

2pm. Optimizing offshore cable routing using OSI data – INFORMAR. -Grace Carvalho

2.15pm Application of semi-automated and manual mapping methods to the offshore geology of the Loop Head Peninsula, County Clare – Aoife Muldoon


Break (15 mins)


Session 2

2.45pm Seabed mapping of Dublin Bay: offshore:  Costal environment and evolution. – Andrea Tizon

3 pm A Study of the coastal evolution of the South coast of Wexford.  – Patrick Morrissey

3.15pm The Hydrology of Humid Dune Slacks located at Maherees, Co. Kerry– Jennifer Law

3.30pm A study of the physical processes that govern the water regime of floodplain grasslands- Adrian Tanner

3.45pm The ramifications of nitrate in groundwater on planning permission in Kilkenny- Alexander Konchar

4 pm The remediation of contaminated land: A case study of a site in Oranmore, Co. Galway – Tristan Martin


Break (15 mins)


Session 3

4.30pm Geophysical and petrological investigation at the Kinnegad Limestone Quarry (Breedon Cement Ireland, Co. Meath) for the study in the interest of a karst infill (Waulsortian Limestone) - Saúl Sánchez Bailo

4.45 pm Electrical Resistivity Tomography as a method to delineate lithology and monitor water content regime in Limerick flood embarkments – Liam Twomey

5 pm Bedrock Micro zonation map in a survey area in Limerick using ERT- Calvin Olympio Fernandes

5.15 pm The investigation of soils in Cork City parks and their potential to sequester carbon- Joy Wamagata

5.30 pm Assessing the potential of rewetting by examining gas fluxes in Carroll's Bog, Cork- Ellen Lansley

5.45 pm Blue Carbon sequestration as a means of climate change mitigation- Mac Murphy

6 pm Assessment of Carbon sink potential in Cork City urban parks – Henry Glass