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Details of Mr. Hamish Mark Nizam Asmath   


Gender male
Job title GIS Officer
Department Geomatics
Institute of Marine Affairs ( IMA)
Hilltop Lane Chaguaramas
Hilltop Lane
Regions Black Sea
Tel 868-321-5679
Fax 868-636-9965
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Degree MSc Geography
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Climatology, Meteorology , Pollution , Limnology , Climatology, Meteorology , Pollution , Limnology
Research Activities Spatiotemporal carbon dynamics. Hydrology and pollution transport. Spatial modelling and analysis. Remote sensing.
Research Region Trinidad and Tobago
Working languages English
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mr. Hamish ASMATH)

Singh, A., Asmath, H., Leung Chee, C., Darsan, J., 2015. Potential oil spill risk from shipping and the implications for management in the Caribbean Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin
Darsan, D., Asmath, H., Jehu, A.[2013] Flood-risk mapping for storm surge and tsunami at Cocos Bay (Manzanilla), Trinidad. Journal of Coastal Conservation, vol. 17, no. 3
IMA Technical Report 2012. Rapid Assessment: Grande Riviere Beach - Backshore Erosion Channel. Report submitted to the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. A. Jehu, J. Darsan, H. Asmath
J.A. Graydon, V.L. St. Louis, S.E. Lindberg, K.A., Sandilands, J.M.W. Rudd, C.A. Kelly, R. Harris, M.T. Tate, D.P. Krabbenhoft, C.A. Emmerton, H. Asmath, M. Richardson (2012). The role of terrestrial vegetation in atmospheric Hg deposition: Pools and fluxes of spike and ambient Hg from the METAALICUS experiment. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, vol. 26 pp.1022
Asmath, H. (2006). Vertical decomposition of forest structure using LiDAR remote sensing. Master's Thesis, Department of Geography, University of Toronto

Created: 2014-08-07 Last Updated: 2016-02-10 by Hamish ASMATH