Research Assistant
Telephone: (01792) 602154
Room: Post Doc - 036
Ground Floor
Wallace Building
Singleton Campus

Expertise lies within catchment and coastal processes, particularly sediment dynamics and heavy metal-related pollution. I have advanced expertise in GIS mapping and analysis and flood modelling.  

Part of EU-funded Research group SEACAMS2 working within research and development alongside industry partners within the marine and coastal sectors, particularly marine renewables.

Deputy chair of College of Science Athena SWAN Charter.

Areas of Expertise

  • Geographer with MRes in Environmental Dynamics and Climatic Change
  • Fluvial and Coastal Geomorphology
  • GIS 
  • Sedimentology
  • Heavy Metal Contamination
  • Flood and Coastal Risk Management
  • UAV Pilot


Grenfell, S.E., Callaway, R.M., Grenfell, M.C., Bertelli, C.M., Mendzil, A.F. and Tew, I. (2016) Will a rising sea sink some estuarine wetland ecosystems? Science of the Total Environment 554-555: 276-292.

Stoddart, H., Quinton, S., Mendzil, A.F., Gray, C., Powell, S. and Nuutilla, H. (2015) Development of videographic methods for measuring distance from vantage point to porpoise sightings in Ramsey Sound. Marine Annual Pembrokeshire Industry Seminar.

Callaway, R., Grenfell, S. E., Bertelli, C.M., Mendzil, A.F. and Moore, J. (2014) Size and distribution of prolific bivalves in small estuaries: the impact of environmental drivers and biogenic feedback. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 1-9.

Callaway, R., Shinn, A. P., Grenfell, S. E., Bron, J. E., Burnell, G., Cook, E. J., Crumlish, M., Culloty, S., Davidson, K., Ellis, R. P., Flynn, K. J., Fox, C., Green, D. M., Hays, G. C., Hughes, A. D., Johnston, E., Lowe, C. D., Lupatsch, I., Malham, S., Mendzil, A. F., Nickell, T., Pickerell, T., Rowley, A. F., Stanley, M. S., Tocher, D. R., Turnbull, J. F., Webb, G., Wootton, E. and Shields, R. J. (2012) Review of climate change impacts on marine aquaculture in the UK and Ireland. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22:389–421.