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Cynthia Bluteau

Dr Cynthia Bluteau

Research Associate
Academic Staff (Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering)

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Address
Academic Staff (Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering)
The University of Western Australia (M051)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Email
cynthia.bluteau@uwa.edu.au
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Qualifications
BE McG., MAppSc Br.Col., PhD W.Aust.
Biography
Dr Bluteau's expertise is in environmental fluid mechanics; specifically, transport processes and mixing in inland and coastal waters. The overarching goal of her research is to assess turbulence models using field measurements to develop the predictive capabilities of numerical tools.
Key research
Transport processes and turbulent mixing.
Development of techniques to measure and derive mixing estimates from turbulence field measurements.
Near-bed turbulence dynamics and sediment mobilization resulting from nonlinear internal waves.
Cross-shore transport of deep (nutrient-rich) water onto the shelf from nonlinear shoaling internal waves.
Physical processes in limnological environments.
Publications
Published
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Languages
French and English spoken and written fluently
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Current projects
Internal wave and mixing study off Australia's northwestern coast.


Schmidt Ocean Institute expedition on ``Timor Sea Reef Connections".

ARC Research Hub for Offshore Floating Facilities.

Sediment mobilization and cross-shore transport associated with propagating nonlinear internal waves onto the Tasman shelf.

Measuring in-situ fluxes at the sediment-water interface in aquatic environments.
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Research profile and publications
 

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