His primary scientific interests are in Reef, Oceanography, Coral reef, Atoll and Shore. Paul S. Kench works mostly in the field of Reef, limiting it down to topics relating to Coral and, in certain cases, Storm. His work on Sea level and Accretion as part of general Oceanography study is frequently linked to Vertical growth, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental change and Swell in addition to Coral reef. His work carried out in the field of Atoll brings together such families of science as Period, Sediment, Geomorphology, Current and Monsoon. His Shore research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Climate change, Landform and Progradation.
Oceanography, Reef, Coral reef, Atoll and Shore are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Sediment transport, Beach morphodynamics and Geomorphology, which intersect with Oceanography. Reef is the subject of his research, which falls under Ecology.
His Atoll research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Period, Climate change and Archipelago. His Shore research includes elements of Seismology, Flooding and Wave height. His Sea level research integrates issues from Past sea level, Holocene and Progradation.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Reef, Coral reef, Sea level and Atoll. Many of his studies on Oceanography apply to Paleoecology as well. His Reef study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Beach morphodynamics and Holocene.
His research integrates issues of Natural, Flooding, Sedimentary rock, Sediment and Landform in his study of Coral reef. His Sea level study combines topics in areas such as Climate change and Coral. His study in Atoll is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Paleontology and Shore, Accretion.
Paul S. Kench focuses on Oceanography, Reef, Coral reef, Physical modelling and Sea level rise. Paul S. Kench frequently studies issues relating to Paleoecology and Oceanography. His research in Reef intersects with topics in Sediment transport, Sediment, Sedimentary rock, Shore and Benthic zone.
His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Natural, Flooding and Landform. Coral reef is frequently linked to Indian ocean in his study.
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The dynamic response of reef islands to sea-level rise: Evidence from multi-decadal analysis of island change in the Central Pacific
Arthur P. Webb;Paul S. Kench.
grid and pervasive computing (2010)
Caribbean-wide decline in carbonate production threatens coral reef growth
Chris T. Perry;Gary N. Murphy;Paul S. Kench;Scott G. Smithers.
Nature Communications (2013)
Wave Processes on Coral Reef Flats: Implications for Reef Geomorphology Using Australian Case Studies
Paul S. Kench;Robert W. Brander.
Journal of Coastal Research (2006)
New model of reef-island evolution: Maldives, Indian Ocean
P.S. Kench;R.F. McLean;S.L. Nichol.
Carbonate budgets and reef production states: a geomorphic perspective on the ecological phase-shift concept
Christopher T. Perry;Thomas Spencer;Paul Kench.
Coral Reefs (2008)
Estimating rates of biologically driven coral reef framework production and erosion: a new census-based carbonate budget methodology and applications to the reefs of Bonaire
C. T. Perry;E. N. Edinger;P. S. Kench;G. N. Murphy.
Coral Reefs (2012)
Spatial and temporal variations in wave characteristics across a reef platform, Warraber Island, Torres Strait, Australia
Robert W Brander;Paul S Kench;Deirdre Hart.
Marine Geology (2004)
Response of reef island shorelines to seasonal climate oscillations: South Maalhosmadulu atoll, Maldives
Paul S. Kench;Robert W. Brander.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Implications of reef ecosystem change for the stability and maintenance of coral reef islands
Chris T. Perry;Paul S. Kench;Scott G. Smithers;Bernhard Riegl.
Global Change Biology (2011)
Loss of coral reef growth capacity to track future increases in sea level
Chris T. Perry;Lorenzo Alvarez-Filip;Nicholas A. J. Graham;Peter J. Mumby.
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