Kyle Morgan

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Kyle Morgan

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Earth Observatory Singapore


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Assistant Professor and Principal Investigator

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Kyle Morgan is a Nanyang Assistant Professor and National Research Foundation Fellow at the Asian School of Environment and a Principal Investigator at the Earth Observatory of Singapore. He leads the Coral Reef Geomorphology group at NTU which aims to better understand how physical reef structures and their ecologies (species, assemblages and ecosystems) provide coastal resilience in Southeast Asia.

Kyle is an inter-disciplinary field researcher with degrees in marine biology and coastal geomorphology (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand), and a PhD in marine science from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Following his PhD, he was a Research Fellow at the University of Exeter (UK) investigating the coral ecology and geological evolution of turbid nearshore reefs on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. In 2017, Kyle started at NTU as a Research Fellow examining the physical and biogeochemical effects of sedimentation on Singapore’s coral reefs, before being awarded the AXA Research Fund and NTU Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowships in 2019 to understand the impact of human activities on coral reefs in Southeast Asia.

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