Associate Professor Russell Drysdale
, Russell is a palaeoclimatologist specialising in reconstructing Earth’s climate history from geochemical signatures preserved in cave deposits
Dr Philip Marren
, Philip is a fluvial geomorphologist with research interests in floods, floodplains and river management across four continents
Dr Jan-Hendrik May
, Jan-Hendrik is a Physical Geographer interested in the links between Earth's surface morphology and Quaternary environmental change
Associate Professor Ian Rutherfurd
, Ian’s research interest is in river processes and management, with a particular interest in fluvial geomorphology, including sediment transport, hydrology and hydraulics. He is heavily involved in State and National programs to restore the environmental conditions of aquatic systems.
Dr James Grove , James is a geomorphologist who uses GIS and field research to undertake research on riverbank erosion, arctic fluvial geomorphology, river condition assessment
. Rhiannon’s research incorporates field and GIS work to study the geomorphology of the paleo- and modern rocky coasts of Victoria.
Supervisor: Dr. David Kennedy
Lynda M. Hanlon
. Lynda’s research examines the seasonal fluctuations and salt tolerance of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungal colonization in an exotic, invasive C3 sand dune grass, and a native C4 sand dune grass, in ephemeral, incipient sand dunes.
Supervisors: Dr. David Kennedy
and Prof Lyn Abbott
.Nuosha's research seeks to quantify the local erosion around single logs with various configurations and sizes and the reach scale erosion associated with multiple logs with various configurations and distributions.
Supervisor: Ian Rutherfurd