Jeremy Spearman studied at Clare College, Cambridge and received an MA in mathematics and later at Imperial College, London, where he was awarded an MSc in engineering hydrology. In 1995 he obtained a PhD at Oxford Brookes University studying the use of empirical methods to predict long term morphological changes in estuaries. He then joined HR Wallingford and has worked there till the present day. Presently he holds the position of Principal Scientist, specialising in estuary processes and dredging plume dispersion.
Articles By Jeremy Spearman
Validation of the Tass System for Predicting the Environmental Effects of Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers
Authors: Arjan de Heer | Jeremy Spearman | Stefan Aarninkhof | Mark van Koningsveld
Models created by researchers using innovative software have been tested and validated by monitoring trailers during dredging operations.
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