Research Associate Professor - Geomorphology
I am interested in process geomorphology, which is the study of fluid motion, sediment transport and the resultant deposition of geomorphic
features like, gravel bars and beaches. My research goal is to develop a better understanding of the links between fundamentally important
geomorphic and ecosystem processes that can help guide conservation and restoration of river-lake ecosystems. This goal has lead me to
investigate physical processes active in both regulated and unregulated rivers, as well as, nearshore environments of lakes and ocean coasts.
For more information, visit the FLBS Physical Limnology pages.