Carol Cotterill

Ms Carol Cotterill Marine and Coastal Geoscientist

Location: Edinburgh

Tel: 0131 6500 315

E-mail Carol Cotterill

Biography

  •  2006 –Present :  Marine Geoscientist, British Geological Survey
  •  2002 –2006 :  PhD, University of Southampton. Marine geophysics and structural geology
  •  2002 :  Project Staff with Raleigh International
  •  1999 –2002 :  BSc (Hons)First Class, University of Southampton, Oceanography with Geology

Research interests

  •  Fault analysis and fault development
  •  Glacial geomorphology and glacitectonic deformation
  •  Habitat mapping
  •  Marine geomorphology and landscape evolution
  •  Quaternary sedimentary records as preserved in lakes

Current projects and collaboration

  •  2012 :  Joint supervisor with Queens Marys University, London; Leeds University and University of Manchester on PhD topics from the Dogger Bank Round 3 windfarm
  •  2010 –Present :  MAREMAP - working within the Marine Environmental Mapping Program
  •  2010 –Present :  Supervising a joint PhD student with NOCS looking at the glacial geomorphology and modern lakebed processes operating within Windermere.
  •  2010 –Present :  Working with Forewind on the geological modelling of the Dogger Bank Round 3 windfarm.
  •  2007 –Present :  Expedition Project Manager for ESO within the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program. Expeditions include New Jersey Shallow Shelf (313), Great Barrier Reef Environmental Change (325)and Baltic Sea Paleoenvironment (347).

Key papers

Cotterill, C, Dove, D, Long, D, James, L, Duffy, C, Mulley, S, Forsberg, C F, and Tjelta, T I, 2012. Dogger Bank - A GEO Challenge. In Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics: Integrated Geotechnologies - Present and Future. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference, Society for Underwater Technology.

Expedition 325 Scientists, 2010. Great Barrier Reef environmental changes: the last deglacial sea level rise in the South Pacific: offshore drilling northeast Australia. IODP Prel. Rept., 325. doi:10.2204/iodp.pr.325.2010

Limpenny, S E, Barrio Froján, C, Cotterill, C, Foster-Smith, R L, Pearce, B, Tizzard, L, Limpenny, D L, Long, D, Walmsley, S, Kirby, S, Baker, K, Meadows, W J, Rees, J, Hill, J, Wilson, C, Leivers, M, Churchley, S, Russell, J, Birchenough, A C, Green, S L, and Law, R J (2011). The East Coast Regional Environmental Characterisation. Cefas Open report 08/04. 287pp.

McNeill, L C, Cotterill, C J, Bull, J M, Henstock, T J, Bell, R, and Stefatos, A, 2007. Geometry and slip rate of the Aigion fault, a young normal fault system in the western Gulf of Corinth Geology, April, v. 35, p. 355-358, doi:10.1130/G23281A.1

Mountain, G, Proust, J-N., McInroy, D, Cotterill, C, and the Expedition 313 Scientists, 2010. Proc. IODP, 313: Tokyo (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc.). doi:10.2204/​iodp.proc.313.2010

Webster, J M, Yokoyama, Y, Cotterill, C, and the Expedition 325 Scientists, 2011. Proc. IODP, 325: Tokyo (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc.). doi:10.2204/​iodp.proc.325.2011

Webster, J M, Yokoyama, Y, and Cotterill, C, 2009. Great Barrier Reef environmental changes: the last deglacial sea level rise in the South Pacific: offshore drilling northeast Australia. IODP Sci. Prosp., 325. doi:10.2204/iodp.sp.325.2009

Yokohama, Y, Webster, J M, Cotterill, C, Braga, J C, Jovane, L, Mills, H, Morgan, S, Suzuki, A, and the IODP Expedition 325 Scientists, 2011. IODP Expedition 325: the Great Barrier Reef reveals past sea-level, climate, and environmental changes since the last Ice Age. Sci. Drill., 12:32–45. doi:10.2204/​iodp.sd.12.04.2011