PhD project: Submarine landslide-induced tsunami in the NE Atlantic: A source-to-coast hazard model

Supervisors: Rachid Omira (IPMA, IDL), Pedro Terrinha (IPMA, IDL, FCUL)

E-mail: ramalho.mines@gmail.com

ORCID: 0000-0001-8697-0881


Education

2013: MSc in Geophysical Sciences – Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon.

2010: BSc in Meteorology, Oceanography and Geophysics – Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon.


Main Publications

Peer-reviewed book chapters:

Omira, R., Quartau, R., Ramalho, I., Baptista, M.A., & Neil, M. (2016). The tsunami effects of a collapse of a volcanic island on a semi-enclosed basin: The Pico-São Jorge channel in the Azores archipelago. Chapter 13 in Plate Boundaries and Natural Hazards, ISBN: 978-1-119-05397-2, Ed. Duarte, J., and Schellart, W. American Geophysical Union (AGU), Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Peer-reviewed articles:

Ramalho, I., Omira, R., El Moussaoui, S., Baptista, M. A., & Zaghloul, M. N. (2018). Tsunami-induced morphological change – A model-based impact assessment of the 1755 tsunami in NE Atlantic from the Morocco coast. Geomorphology, 319, 78-91.

Omira, R., Ramalho, I., Terrinha, P., Baptista, M. A., Batista, L., & Zitellini, N. (2016). Deep-water seamounts, a potential source of tsunami generated by landslides? The Hirondelle Seamount, NE Atlantic. Marine Geology, 379, 267-280.