MESci., University of Liverpool. Ph.D., Imperial College London where I studied catchment-fan systems as archives of past environmental change in Death Valley, California.
My research explores the geomorphology and sedimentology of fluvial landforms from across a broad range of spatial scales, from grain size to wider sedimentary basin architecture. Understanding the evolution of sediment routing systems and their characteristic kinematic responses to environmental forcing helps us better deconvolve climate information from the stratigraphic record. My work involves building new tools in remote sensing and Earth observation, creating novel and powerful databases capturing change, geohazards and other events on surface of the Earth.