Dr. Patrick Morrissey

Dr. Patrick Morrissey

Martin Naughton Assistant Professor, Civil Struct & Env. Eng.

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Publications and Further Research Outputs

  • Morrissey P., Johnston P.M., Gill L.W., The impact of on-site wastewater from high density cluster developments on groundwater quality, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 182, 2015, p36 - 50Journal Article, 2015, DOI
  • Morrissey, P, Weldon, P. and O'Mahony, M., Informing the Strategic Rollout of Fast Electric Vehicle Charging Networks with User Charging Behaviour Data Analysis , Procs of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C., January, 2016Conference Paper, 2016, TARA - Full Text
  • Morrissey, P., Weldon, P. and O'Mahony, M., Electric Vehicle Household Charging Behaviour in Ireland and Aims for a Carbon Neutral Electric Fleet by 2020, World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research, 5, (4), 2015, p336 - 352Journal Article, 2015, DOI , TARA - Full Text
  • Morrissey, P., Weldon, P. and O'Mahony, M., Future standard and fast charging infrastructure planning: An analysis of electric vehicle charging behaviour, Energy Policy, 89, 2016, p257 - 270Journal Article, 2016, DOI , URL
  • Weldon, P., Morrissey, P., Brady, J., and O'Mahony, M., An investigation into usage patterns of electric vehicles in Ireland, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and the Environment, 43, 2016, p207 - 225Journal Article, 2016, DOI , URL
  • Weldon, P. Morrissey, P., and O'Mahony, M., Environmental impacts of varying electric vehicle user behaviours and comparisons to internal combustion engine vehicle usage - An Irish case study, Journal of Power Sources, 319, 2016, p27-38Journal Article, 2016, DOI , URL
  • Weldon, P., Morrissey, P. and O'Mahony, M., Long-Term Cost of Ownership Comparative Analysis between Electric Vehicles and Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles, Sustainable Cities and Society, 39, 2018, p578 - 591Journal Article, 2018, URL
  • Morrissey P., McCormack T., Naughton O., Johnston P.M., Gill L.W., Modelling groundwater flooding in a lowland karst catchment, Journal of Hydrology, 580, 2020, p124361Journal Article, 2020, DOI
  • Gill L.W., Schuler, P., Duran, L., Johnston P.M., Morrissey P., An evaluation of semi-distributed-pipe-network and distributed-finite-difference models to simulate karst systems, Hydrogeology Journal, 27, 2021, p259 - 279Journal Article, 2021, DOI
  • Morrissey P., Nolan P., McCormack T., Johnston P.M., Naughton O., Gill L.W., Impacts of climate change on groundwater flooding and ecohydrology in lowland karst, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences , 25, 2021, p1923 - 1941Journal Article, 2021, DOI
  • Bhatnagar S., Gill L.W., Waldren S., Sharkey N., Naughton O., Johnston P., Coxon C., Morrissey P., Ghosh B., Ecohydrological metrics for vegetation communities in turloughs (ephemeral karstic wetlands), Ecohydrology, 14, 2021, pe2316Journal Article, 2021, DOI
  • Basu B., Morrissey P., Gill L.W., Application of nonlinear time series and machine learning algorithms for forecasting groundwater flooding in a lowland karst area, Water Resources Research, 58, 2022, pe2021WR029576Journal Article, 2022, DOI
  • Patrick Morrissey, The hydrogeology of the Gort Lowlands, Irish Journal of Earth Sciences, 36, 2018, p1Journal Article, 2018, DOI
  • Patrick Morrissey, An investigation into the effects of the density of on-site wastewater treatment systems on Irish aquifer, Trinity College Dublin, 2014Thesis, 2014, URL


  • Chartered Engineer with Engineers Ireland
  • Member of the International Association of Hydrogeologists
  • Member of the Irish RAMSAR Wetlands Committee (IRWC). The IRWC is a group set up to assist in the protection, appreciation and understanding of wetlands in Ireland and to promote the implementation of the RAMSAR convention. The primary objective of the IRWC is to promote the wise use and protection of all wetlands in Ireland. 1/11/2022