Also see some intro slides from March 2023 here.
This research is part of UKCEH's response to the Climate & Land and Flood & Drought Impacts challenges of UKCEH's Science Challenges.
Please see the CHAMFER project website and/or the UKCEH Sharepoint site.
CHAMFER will develop new and essential knowledge and understanding by bringing together teams from the NOC, UKCEH and BGS to determine how multi-hazards at the coast control coastal flooding and erosion, to quantify how these multi-hazards will respond to climate change and coastal management, and to provide advice to stakeholders on coastal management and adaptation options.
CHAMFER was included in the presentation of UKCEH projects and models at Flood & Coast 2023 in June 2023 in the UK.
Toby's part in this (working with Angus Garbutt and Matt Wiggins): Coastal storm surges annually cause very significant damage to people and property across the globe. CHAMFER will develop the UM_JULES coupled model to deliver accurate cyclone flood prediction, quantifying the risk of these hydro-climatic extremes to support long-range planning and policy decisions.