Asst/Prof Florence Kaempf
Research Assistant Professor
School of Environmental Systems Engineering
- Contact details
- School of Environmental Systems Engineering
The University of Western Australia (M015)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
- 6488 8111
- PhD W.Aust.
- Key research
- Stratification and mixing, tidal and wind straining, regions of freshwater influence,
- coastal wind-wave mixing, sea breeze and storm forcing of particulate resuspension,
- field observations and numerical modelling.
- Verspecht, F., Rippeth, T.P., Howarth, M.J., Souza, A.J., Simpson, J.H., and Burchard, H. (2009). Processes impacting on stratification in a region of freshwater influence: Application to Liverpool Bay, Journal of Geophysical Research, 114, C11022.
Verspecht, F., Rippeth, T.P., Simpson, J.H., Souza, A.J., Burchard, H. and Howarth, M.J. (2009). Residual circulation and stratification in the Liverpool Bay region of freshwater influence, Ocean Dynamics, 59, 765-779.
Verspecht, F., Simpson, J.H. and Rippeth, T.P. (2010). Semi-diurnal tidal ellipse variability in a region of freshwater influence, Geophysical Research Letters, 37, doi:10.1029/2010GL044470.
Verspecht, F. and Pattiaratchi, C. (2010). On the significance of wind event frequency for particulate resuspension and light attenuation in coastal waters, Continental Shelf Research, 30, 1971-1982.
Gallop, S.L., Verspecht, F., Pattiaratchi, C.B. (2012). Sea breezes drive currents on the inner continental shelf off southwest Western Australia, Ocean Dynamics, 62, 569-583.
- Previous positions
- Bangor University, Menai Bridge, United Kingdom
Postdoctoral Researcher 2007 – 2010
- Research profile
Research profile and publications