Sophie Ward
Sophie Ward
School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University
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Characterising the spatial and temporal variability of the tidal-stream energy resource over the northwest European shelf seas
PE Robins, SP Neill, MJ Lewis, SL Ward
Applied Energy 147, 510-522, 2015
Modelling tides and sea-level rise: To flood or not to flood
HE Pelling, JAM Green, SL Ward
Ocean Modelling 63, 21-29, 2013
Tides, sea-level rise and tidal power extraction on the European shelf
SL Ward, JAM Green, HE Pelling
Ocean Dynamics 62 (8), 1153-1167, 2012
Characteristics of the velocity profile at tidal-stream energy sites
M Lewis, SP Neill, P Robins, MR Hashemi, S Ward
Renewable Energy 114, 258-272, 2017
Tidal range energy resource and optimization–Past perspectives and future challenges
SP Neill, A Angeloudis, PE Robins, I Walkington, SL Ward, I Masters, ...
Renewable energy 127, 763-778, 2018
Sensitivity of palaeotidal models of the northwest European shelf seas to glacial isostatic adjustment since the Last Glacial Maximum
SL Ward, SP Neill, JD Scourse, SL Bradley, K Uehara
Quaternary Science Reviews 151, 198-211, 2016
Classifying seabed sediment type using simulated tidal-induced bed shear stress
SL Ward, SP Neill, KJJ Van Landeghem, JD Scourse
Marine Geology 367, 94-104, 2015
Research priorities for assessing potential impacts of emerging marine renewable energy technologies: Insights from developments in Wales (UK)
RC Roche, K Walker-Springett, PE Robins, J Jones, G Veneruso, ...
Renewable Energy 99, 1327-1341, 2016
Tidal stream resource assessment uncertainty due to flow asymmetry and turbine yaw misalignment
M Piano, SP Neill, MJ Lewis, PE Robins, MR Hashemi, AG Davies, ...
Renewable Energy 114, 1363-1375, 2017
The role of megatides and relative sea level in controlling the deglaciation of the British–Irish and Fennoscandian ice sheets
JD Scourse, SL Ward, A Wainwright, SL Bradley, K Uehara
Journal of Quaternary Science 33 (2), 139-149, 2018
Observations of flow characteristics at potential tidal-stream energy sites
M Lewis, S Neill, P Robins, S Ward, M Piano, MR Hashemi, ...
11th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference, Nantes, 2015
Simulated late-glacial and Holocene relative sea-level and palaeotidal changes on the Isles of Scilly: a new approach for assessing changes in the areal extent of the inter …
TAL Mortimer, JD Scourse, SL Ward, K Uehara
Geoscience in South-West England 13 (2), 152-158, 2013
Characterizing the tidal energy resource of the West Anglesey Demonstration Zone (UK), using Telemac-2D and field observations
M Piano, S Ward, P Robins, S Neill, M Lewis, A Davies, B Powell, ...
Proceedings of the XXII TELEMAC-MASCARET Technical User Conference October …, 2015
Advance and retreat of the marine-terminating Irish Sea Ice Stream into the Celtic Sea during the Last Glacial: Timing and maximum extent
J Scourse, M Saher, KJJ Van Landeghem, E Lockhart, C Purcell, ...
Marine Geology 412, 53-68, 2019
Comparison of 4-and 5-beam acoustic Doppler current profiler configurations for measurement of turbulent kinetic energy
M Togneri, D Jones, S Neill, M Lewis, S Ward, M Piano, I Masters
Energy Procedia 125, 260-267, 2017
Tidal stream resource characterisation in progressive versus standing wave systems
SL Ward, PE Robins, MJ Lewis, G Iglesias, MR Hashemi, SP Neill
Applied Energy 220, 274-285, 2018
Tracking Holocene palaeostratification and productivity changes in the Western Irish Sea: A multi-proxy record
MA Woods, IP Wilkinson, MJ Leng, JB Riding, CH Vane, RAL dos Santos, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 532, 109231, 2019
Integrating water and energy–experiences from Ashford
S Ward, S Deshmukh, C Shirley-Smith, D Butler, M Leach, FA Memon
Challenges faced conducting fieldwork in tidal stream sites.
AG Brown, S Ward, T Whitton, ROH Murray
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
Simulating the dispersal of non-native species within the context of ocean energy.
S Neill, P Robins, S Ward, A Goward-Brown
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
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