I'm an environmental scientist interested in understanding the processes that shape our planet (and others) - otherwise known as a geomorphologist. I have a range of interests spanning the full breadth of geomorphology including, but not limited to, the study of rivers, glaciers, coasts, and planets. I study how the landscape changes using a range of approaches from field-based surveying to remote sensing and image analysis, to numerical modelling. By coupling these different approaches, I can develop a deeper understanding of how natural systems function and how they may change in the future.
Dynamics and interactions of meandering rivers and their floodplains encompassing the erosion, transport, and deposition of sediments and nutrients.
Remote sensing of the environment. Particularly interested in the application of remote sensing to geomorphic analysis.
The causes, effects, and dynamics of flooding on natural and human landscapes.
Quantifying how soil restoration can enhance environmental resilience to climate change
Understanding sinuous channel evolution on Mars