Prior to joining HR Wallingford, Neil graduated with an MSc in Geophysics from the University of Southampton and was involved in vessel-based high resolution marine geophysical and hydrographic surveys. As a Scientist in the Dredging Group with 10 years’ experience in marine monitoring and surveying, he is routinely involved in the analysis of environmental monitoring, oceanographic, hydrographic and geophysical datasets. On a recent Marine E-tech research expedition, he measured flows and sediment plumes in water depths over 1000 meters.
Articles By Neil Crossouard
Dredging activities often result in the suspension of sediment into the water column in the vicinity of the activity. Sediment release to the aquatic environment and the effects of this release are often the prime environmental concern associated with dredging.DOWNLOAD PDF Document | 641,98 KB