Researchers in The School of Geography investigate the processes that form and change the Earth’s surface, with a primary focus on fluvial, coastal, glacial and karst environments.

Our research also considers human interactions with the Earth’s surface, and this is extended to understand extreme events, such as flooding and storms, and the impacts of climate change. We are actively engaged in applying geomorphology to improve the management of waterways and coasts. Our research is carried out in Australia and at field sites across the globe, including New Zealand, Southeast Asia and the Pacific, the Caribbean, southern Africa, the UK, Iceland, Italy, France and Croatia.

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