Resilient catchments and hydrological extremes
Our research is improving scientific understanding about how water moves through the natural and built environment.
We use this knowledge to predict changes in hydrological extremes due to climate and land use change, and design effective solutions to mitigate risks to society from floods and droughts.
Our current key areas of research include:
Research specialisms: Surface and groundwater numerical modelling, optimisation algorithm and technique, multi-scenario and decision making, water infrastructure design, sustainable management.
Full Stack Web Developer
Research specialisms: Software developing for water resource modelling.
Research specialisms: Water quality modelling and management, urban drainage, flood risk assessment, sediment processes, catchment management.
Research specialisms: Water quality from catchment to tap, instrumentation, big data.
Research specialisms: Groundwater, subsurface fluid interactions.
Research specialisms: Water-rock reactions and products in sedimentary basins, karstification in carbonate rocks, porosity and permeability of sedimentary rocks, basin-scale fluid flow.
Academic (Teaching and Research) Reader
Research specialisms: Modelling, laboratories experiments, contaminant transport modelling, geochemistry modelling, CCS.
Professor of Physical Geography
Research specialisms: Heavy metals, microplastics, sustainable urban drainage, green/blue infrastructure
Professor of Contemporary Theatre
Research specialisms: Community and stakeholder engagement (arts based), flood resilience, river stewardship, community engagement, storytelling, sited performance