Risk Frontiers, NSW, Australia
- This delegate is presenting an abstract at this event.
Thomas is Senior Risk Scientist (Coastal and Flood) at Risk Frontiers. He has over 10 years' professional experience in coastal geoscience, engineering and oceanography. He uses a range of modelling and geospatial tools to investigate coastal, marine and flood risk and improve critical resilience for the re/insurance industry and emergency management. Thomas has a BSc in Oceanography, an MSc in Coastal Engineering and a PhD in Coastal Geoscience. He is an Adjunct Fellow in the Department of Environmental Sciences at Macquarie University and a Chartered (Marine) Engineer. He maintains an active research profile and has authored and reviewed numerous scientific papers and reports. He has a broad experience base working with and within government, industry and academia, both in Australia and internationally. His current research interests include: climate change impacts on coastal waves and water levels, in particular the role of tropical expansion on directional wave climate change; and, leveraging the longer-term record of coastal hazard indicators to build a more holistic picture of the near-future coastal risk environment.
Abstracts this author is a contributor to:
A reassessment of tropical cyclone risk in North Queensland using paleo-climate indicators and implications for insured losses (#1037)
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