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Dr Shari L Gallop

Shari Gallop

Senior Lecturer

Qualifications: PhD, MSc(Hons), BSc

Iwi: Ngāti Maru, Te Rarawa

About Shari

Papers Taught

Research Supervised

PhD

  • Bailey-Winiata, Akuhata (Ngāti Whakaue, Tūhourangi, Ngāti Tutetawha, Nāti Tawhaki) (in progress). Co-developing with hapū to plan for the impacts of sea level rise on coastal marae and infrastructure, University of Waikato (lead supervisor)
  • Sargent, Joshua (in progress). Understanding the influence of human-climate interactions on coastal flood hazards and risk, University of Waikato (co-supervisor)
  • Razzaghi, Mojgan (in progress). Flushing times and water quality in the the Maketū estuary due to river rediversion, University of Waikato (lead supervisor)
  • Fellowes, Thomas (2020). Classification of embayed beach morphology and quantifying the influence of headlands on beach and surf zone morphodynamics, Macquarie University (co-supervisor)
  • Chirol, Clementine (2018). Morphological evolution of managed realignment schemes, University of Southampton (co-supervisor)
  • Pitman, Sebastian (2017). Morphological control of rip channel hazard signature, University of Southampton (co-supervisor)

Masters

  • Kettle, Tyla (Ngāti Kahungunu) (2021). Mātauranga Māori to inform our understanding of population dynamics and health of pipi in Waihi estuary, University of Waikato (lead supervisor)
  • Bailey-Winiata, Akuhata (Ngāti Whakaue, Tūhourangi, Ngāti Tutetawha, Nāti Tawhaki) (2021). Potential impacts of sea level rise and storms on New Zealand coastal marae, University of Waikato (lead supervisor)
  • De Staerke, Vincent (2018). Decadal evolution of estuarine beaches, Macquarie University (lead supervisor)
  • Denning, Eleanor (2015). The impact of the winter storm activity in 2013-2014 on coastal morphology along the South Coast of the UK, MSci, University of Southampton (lead supervisor)
  • Li, S. (2015). Identifying clusters of storm wave events at a site in the UK, MSc, University of Southampton (co-supervisor)

Honors, interns & summer research students

  • Kōpae, Aroha (Ngāi te Rangi, Te Arawa, Ngāti Awa - Ngāti Pukeko) (2021). Assess summer harvesting pressure on shellfish in Waihī Estuary Summer Research Student, University of Waikato (lead supervisor)
  • Whyte, Henry (2020). Residence time and kaimoana in southern Tauranga Harbour/ Te Awanui, Summer Research Student, University of Waikato (lead supervisor)
  • Bailey-Winiata, Akuhata (2020). Mapping proximity of New Zealand coastal marae to the coastline and fluvial systems using GIS, Summer Research Student, University of Waikato (co-supervisor)

Research Interests

I am a marine environmental scientist. My research spans a broad range from coastal morphodynamics, through coastal hazards, to estuarine processes and the science of estuarine restoration. I use a range of techniques such as in situ field measurements, combined with remote sensing techniques (e.g., video) and numerical modelling to understand relationships between meteorological, hydrodynamic, and geological processes. I am at student of Te Reo Māori (Māori language) and on a journey learing how to bridge Te Ao Māori (Māori world), mātauranga Māori (Māori knowledge) and western science.

I am Kāhui whakahaere (on the steering group) of Te Ahu o Rehua: A Network for Cross Cultural Ocean Knowledge,  and Co-Leader of the Coastal Programme in the Resilence to Nature Science Challenge. I have a strong track recovery in community and media engagement and am the 2020 L'Oreal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellow for Aoteroa New Zealand, for my research on the science of estuarine restoration and how to account for climate change. I have worked across a broad range of media, including BBC Coast New Zealand, newspaper, magazine, TV news and radio. I am an advocate for gender equaltiy in STEM and co-chair of Women in Coastal Geoscience and Engineering and Associate Editor for Anthropocene Coasts.

See Google Scholar for a full list of my research output: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=RPMSp-sAAAAJ&hl=en

Recent Publications

  • Chirol, C., Haigh, I. D., Pontee, N., Thompson, C. E. L., & Gallop, S. L. (2022). Morphological evolution of creek networks in 10 restored coastal wetlands in the UK. Scientific Data, 9(1), 16 pages. doi:10.1038/s41597-022-01199-4

  • Fellowes, T. E., Vila-Concejo, A., Gallop, S. L., Harley, M. D., & Short, A. D. (2022). Wave shadow zones as a primary control of storm erosion and recovery on embayed beaches. Geomorphology, 399, 108072. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2021.108072

  • Rahbani, M., Vila-Concejo, A., Fellowes, T. E., Gallop, S. L., Winkler-Prins, L., & Largier, J. L. (2022). Spatial patterns in wave signatures on beaches in estuaries and bays. Geomorphology, 398, 108070. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2021.108070

  • Pitman, S. J., Thompson, K., Hart, D. E., Moran, K., Gallop, S. L., Brander, R. W., & Wooler, A. (2021). Beachgoers' ability to identify rip currents at a beach in situ. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 21(1), 115-128. doi:10.5194/nhess-21-115-2021 Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/14178

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Keywords

Climate; Coastal Sciences; Coastal Zone Management; Marine; Oceanography; Science


Contact Details

Email: [email protected]
Room: Coastal Marine Field Station, Sulphur Point, Tauranga