An interactive map of the places I’ve travelled to for academic purposes.
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Fluvial geomorphology • Geoarchaeology • Optically stimulated luminescence dating • Catastrophic events • Geographic information systems (GIS)
Teo, E.A. & Marren, P.M. (2015). Interaction of ENSO-driven Flood Variability and Anthropogenic Changes in Driving Channel Evolution: Corryong/Nariel Creek, Australia. Australian Geographer, 46 (3), pp.339–362.
Teo, E.A. (2013). The Geomorphological Evolution of Corryong Creek, Victoria. Masters thesis, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Teo, E.A., Ziegler, A.D., Wasson, R.J. & Morthekai, P. (2017). Digging for Lost Rivers in Thailand: Locating and Dating Paleochannels in the Chiang Mai Intermontane Basin. Geophysical Research Abstracts. Vienna, Austria, EGU General Assembly, 19.
Teo, E.A. & Marren, P.M. (2014). The Evolution of Corryong/Nariel Creek since European Settlement: Implications for On-going Management Prioritisation. In: G. Vietz, I. D. Rutherfurd, & R. Hughes eds. 7th Australian Stream Management Conference. Townsville, Australia, Proceedings of the 7th Australian Stream Management Conference, pp.25–35. See photos.
Teo, E., & Marren, P (2014). Interaction of ENSO-driven flood variability and anthropogenic changes driving river channel evolution: Corryong Creek, Australia, Geophysical Research Abstracts. Vienna, Austria, EGU General Assembly, 16.
Marren, P., Zoljan, S., Smith, H., & Teo, E. (2013). Catchment-scale versus site-controls on flood impact: Flooding in northern Victoria, Australia in 2010 to 2012, IAG International Conference on Geomorphology, Paris, France.
Seminar and Workshop Presentations
Safe handling of chemicals in a laboratory (2016) – Seeker’s Interaction Forum, Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeosciences (Lucknow, India)
Deriving parameters of riparian condition using GIS (2015) – Tropical Environment Research Symposium, NUS
Different courses of action: River avulsions on the Ping River, Thailand (2015) – Graduate Students Seminar, NUS
A History of Large Floods in the Chao Phraya Catchment with Particular Reference to the Ping River, Thailand, and some Policy Implications (presented by Prof Robert Wasson) (2015) – Future Floods: An Exploration of a Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Flood Risk Forecasting, NUS [Presentation contributor]
Optically-stimulated luminescence dating: what it is and how it works (2014) – Tropical Environment Research Symposium, NUS
The Interaction of ENSO-driven flood variability and anthropogenic changes on channel evolution: Corryong Creek, Australia (2014) – Holocene Climate Reconstructions and Understanding Flood Histories, NUS
Being a flood scientist (2015) – Elementary School (5th Grade) Unit on Social Change, International School of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia