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Emily Husband

Masters by Research Student

 Amory c360


Amory Building, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4RJ , UK


I graduated from Hatfield College, Durham University in 2017 after gaining a first class degree in Physical Geography and being awarded the Mott Fieldwork Prize. Here I become interested in climate change, how global environmental change is affecting ecosystems across large scales and how both of these can be monitored using remote sensing and GIS.  My undergraduate dissertation focused on exploring the specific temperature threshold that causes corals to bleach using remote sensing data. At Exeter, I am currently completing an MSc by research under supervision of Prof. Chris Perry. My research is focused on the changing structural complexity of coral reef ecosystems and the development of a coral genus trait based technique that has the capability to assess and monitor these changes over large spatial scales.


Broad research specialisms:

Coral reefs, climate change, coastal geomorphology, remote sensing and GIS.



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Husband E (2019). Coral Colony-Scale Rugosity Metrics and Applications for Assessing Temporal Trends in the Structural Complexity of Coral Reefs.  Abstract.  Full text.

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