Kerry Marten is an experienced scientist and numerical modeller, specialising in sediment transport, morphology and coastal systems. Kerry has a PhD from School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor, where her research focused on developing real-world solutions to the complex problem of bed roughness prediction, using high resolution longterm acoustic datasets. Inspired by the application of research to practical problems, Kerry has a diverse set of skills, incorporating numerical modelling of flows and morphological processes, data analysis and programming in Matlab, and visualisation in ArcGIS.
Articles By Kerry Marten
Underwater sound from anthropogenic sources and its potential adverse effects on the marine environment is a topic of much global interest. This article gives an overview of known sound source levels for various dredging equipment and activities and describes a method used to extrapolate source levels.