Dr Thomas Croissant
Post Doctoral Research Associate in the Department of Geography
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 44408
Fax: +44 (0) 191 33 41801
Room number: 205
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Hazards and Surface Change
Department of Geography
- Landscape evolution modeling
- River morphodynamics
- Sediment transport
- Extreme events
- Steer, Philippe, Croissant, Thomas, Baynes, Edwin & Lague, Dimitri (2019). Statistical modelling of co-seismic knickpoint formation and river response to fault slip. Earth Surface Dynamics 7(3): 681-706.
- Soulet, G., Hilton, R.G., Garnett, M.H., Dellinger, M., Croissant,T., Ogrič, M. & Klotz, S. (2018). Technical note: in situ measurement of flux and isotopic composition of CO2 released during oxidative weathering of sedimentary rocks. Biogeosciences 15(13): 4087-4102.
- Davy, Philippe, Croissant, Thomas & Lague, Dimitri (2017). A precipiton method to calculate river hydrodynamics, with applications to flood prediction, landscape evolution models, and braiding instabilities. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 122(8): 1491-1512.
- Croissant, Thomas, Lague, Dimitri, Davy, Philippe, Davies, Tim & Steer, Philippe (2017). A precipiton-based approach to model hydro-sedimentary hazards induced by large sediment supplies in alluvial fans. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42(13): 2054-2067.
- Croissant, Thomas, Lague, Dimitri, Steer, Philippe & Davy, Philippe (2017). Rapid post-seismic landslide evacuation boosted by dynamic river width. Nature Geoscience 10(9): 680-684.
- Croissant, T. & Braun, J. (2014). Constraining the stream power law: a novel approach combining a landscape evolution model and an inversion method. Earth Surface Dynamics 2(1): 155-166.