Dr Cai Ladd
- Research Associate in Biogeomorphology (School of Geographical & Earth Sciences)
My research focuses on coastal biogeomorphology, socio-ecological systems, and ecosystem service sustainability. I’m interested in understanding how physical and biological processes interact across local and regional scales to shape salt marsh and mangrove forest environments and the communities which rely on them. My research interests cover hydrological monitoring, geomorphic change detection, Blue Carbon, geographic information systems, spatial statistics, citizen science schemes, and practical management tool development.
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British Society for Geomorphology Early Career Researcher Grant
Can plant communities engineer saltmarsh morphology to build resilience?
May 2019 - May 2020 (£4,423)
School of Ocean Sciences (Bangor University) Prof Wynn Humphrey Davies Fund
Ecosystem service recovery following Acute Marsh Die-back in Eastern U.S. saltmarshes
November 2019 (£2,169)