Prof. Ted Bryant

Prof. Ted Bryant

Biography:

Ted is a physical geographer with broad interests in geomorphology andclimatology. He is currently a member of the Quaternary EnvironmentsResearch Centre. Ongoing research interests involve the definition andmapping of the geomorphic signatures of tsunami, global climate change andsea-level rise, and climatic and oceanographic natural hazards. Ted has aninternational reputation with his research on catastrophic tsunami, beingone of the first researchers to identify a wide spectrum of signatures ofsuch events in the coastal landscape.

Past Shows:

  • Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

    Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 6/5/02 when scientist Ted Bryant warned of tsunami dangers.More »
  • Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

    Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 6/5/02 when scientist Ted Bryant outlined the implications of a devastating tsunami that could cause global extinction.More »
  • Prof. Ted Bryant

    Ted is a physical geographer with broad interests in geomorphology andclimatology. He is currently a member of the Quaternary EnvironmentsResearch Centre. Ongoing research interests involve the definition andmapping of the geomorphic signatures of tsunami, global climate change...More »

Last Night

Real-Life Sea Monsters / Dogman Research
Real-Life Sea Monsters / Dogman Research
Author Max Hawthorne discussed his research into real life sea monsters, including a report of an enormous sea turtle the size of a bus. Followed in the second half of the program by cryptozoologist D.A. Roberts who reported on his research into the Dogman.
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