Undergraduate Dissertations

2016

Coleman, C. (2016) An investigation into the distribution of cryo-aeolian activity in the North Polar Region of Mars. Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation, Geography Department, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Hannin, J.B. (2016) A geomorphic analysis of boulder ridges on Achill Island (Ireland). Controls on their development and their recent evolution. Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation, Geography Department, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Scullion, A. (2016) An assessment of the geomorphic response of soft coastline to a sequence of high magnitude events with emphasis on winter 2013/2014. Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation, Geography Department, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

2015

Doupe, S. (2015) An investigation into the rate of dune migration on Mars and the factors responsible for controlling them. Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation, Geography Department, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Nash, C. (2015) An investigation into the distribution of sand dune furrows in the southern hemisphere of Mars and the possible causes behind their spatial patterning. Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation, Geography Department, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

McGuinness, J. (2015) An investigation into Irish Eskers as potential analogues for sinuous ridges in the southern hemisphere of Mars. Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation, Geography Department, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

2014

Dwyer, D.J. (2014) Barchan asymmetry as a proxy for wind conditions on Earth and Mars, Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation, Geography Department, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Horan, K. (2014) Flood effects on channels, Wicklow Mountain, Ireland. Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation, Geography Department, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

McGaley-Towle (2014) An investigation into the variation of furrow density on Mars’ northern circum-polar dunefield. Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation, Geography Department, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

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