- EV2401: Australian Landscape Processes and Evolution (Level 2; CNS & TSV)
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Jonathan Nott is Professor of Geoscience, College of Science, Technology and Engineering, James Cook University, Cairns, Australia. He has held appointments at Northern Territory University (now Charles Darwin University) and the Australian National University.
Professor Nott is a Member of the International Society for the Prevention and Mitigation of Natural Hazards, Australian Quaternary Association and formerly member of the National Committee for Quaternary Research Australian Academy of Science.
Professor Nott undertakes research into extreme natural events such as river floods, tsunamis and tropical cyclones and specializes in post-event surveys both in Australia and overseas. He also specialises in reconstructing long-term natural records of these extreme events. These records provide a more realistic guide to the long-term behaviour of these hazards and can be used as a basis for estimating their return intervals and for risk assessment.
Prof. Nott has published many articles on these topics in international refereed journals and has provided the first detailed review of the techniques involved in reconstructing these long-term records in his book ‘Extreme Events’ published by Cambridge University Press in 2006.
These are the most recent publications associated with this author. To see a detailed profile of all publications stored at JCU, visit ResearchOnline@JCU. Hover over Altmetrics badges to see social impact.
- Journal Articles
- Nott J, Chague-Goff C, Goff J, Sloss CR and Riggs N (2013) Anatomy of sand beach ridges: evidence from severe Tropical Cyclone Yasi and its predecessors, northeast Queensland, Australia. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 118 (3). pp. 1710-1719
- Nott J and Jagger TH (2013) Deriving robust return periods for tropical cyclone inundations from sediments. Geophysical Research Letters, 40 (2). pp. 370-373
- Forsyth AJ, Nott J, Bateman MD and Beaman RJ (2012) Juxtaposed beach ridges and foredunes within a ridge plain - Wonga Beach, northeast Australia. Marine Geology, 307-310. pp. 111-116
- Nott J (2012) Storm tide recurrence intervals – a statistical approach using beach ridge plains in northern Australia. Geographical Research, 50 (4). pp. 368-376
- Nott J and Forsyth AJ (2012) Punctuated global tropical cyclone activity over the past 5,000 years. Geophysical Research Letters, 39 (14). pp. 1-5
- Nott J (2011) A 6000 year tropical cyclone record from Western Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30. pp. 713-722
- Nott J (2011) Tropical cyclones, global climate change and the role of Quaternary studies. Journal of Quaternary Science, 26 (5). pp. 468-473
- Forsyth AJ, Nott J and Bateman MD (2010) Beach ridge plain evidence of a variable late-Holocene tropical cyclone climate, North Queensland, Australia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 297 (3-4). pp. 707-716
- Nott J (2010) Politicians and geomorphological blunders. Some examples relating to rivers and coasts from Queensland, Australia. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 31 (3). pp. 283-298
- Nott J, Smithers SG, Walsh K and Rhodes d (2009) Sand beach ridges record 6000 year history of extreme tropical cyclone activity in northeastern Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 28 (15). pp. 1511-1520
- Flay S and Nott J (2007) Effect of ENSO on Queensland seasonal landfalling tropical cyclone activity. International Journal of Climatology, 27 (10). pp. 1327-1334
- Hawkes AD, Bird MI, Cowie S, Grundy-Warr C, Horton BP, Hwai AT, Law LB, MacGregor CJ, Nott J, Ong JE, Rigg J, Robinson R, Tan-Mullins M, Sa TT, Yasin Z and Aik LW (2007) Sediments deposited by the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami along the Malaysia-Thailand Peninsula. Marine Geology, 242 (1-3). pp. 169-190
ResearchOnline@JCU stores a total of 40 research outputs authored by Prof Jonathan Nott from 2000 onwards.
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These Higher Degree Research projects are either current or by students who have completed their studies within the past 5 years at JCU. Linked titles show theses available within ResearchOnline@JCU.
- Investigation of Long-term, High-resolution Records of Extreme Events in the Southern Indian Ocean Using the 180 of Calcite Layers of Long-standing Cave Carbonates (Stalagmites) (PhD, Primary Advisor)
- Beach Ridge Records of Late-Holocene Tropical Cyclone Behaviour. (PhD, Primary Advisor)
- A Deeper Understanding of Isoscapes in the Tropics (PhD, Co-Advisor)
- Rethinking the Self Help Approach to natural Hazard Emergency Management: Implications for an Ageing Population in Vulnerable Coastal Hamlets in North Queensland, Australia. (PhD, Co-Advisor)
- The Impacts of Cyclones on Turtle Nesting Beaches. (Masters, Co-Advisor)
- The use of Envisat ASAR Global Monitoring Mode data to map rapid broad-scale flood events (2013, PhD, Associate Advisor)
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