Professor in Physical GeographyAssociate Dean Research

Research Interests

My research interests in fluvial geomorphology span the Holocene by addressing (i) slope-channel coupling in eroding steepland environments and the contribution of gully mass movement complexes to the catchment sediment cascade at a seasonal to annual timescale, (ii) channel dynamics and sediment transfers in gravelly rivers over annual and multi-decadal timescales and their application to river management, (iii) alluvial / flood histories and river responses to climate forcing at centennial and millennial timescales.

Research in student pedagogy has focused on the role of fieldwork in student learning, as well as the nexus between teaching and research.

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