Geography and Environment

Our Research

Geography and Environment focuses on two research themes which covers urban climate adaptation, climate impacts and atmosphere-biosphere interactions), fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, soil science and soil chemistry, palaeoecology, GIS and remote sensing.

Geography

Environment

Academic and Research Staff

Professor Ian Cartright: Hydrochemistry, Groundwater, Surface water, Isotope tracers in Hydrogeology

Associate Professor David Dunkerley: Geomorphology and Ecohydrology

Dr Andrew Frierdich: Low-temperature Geochemistry and Mineralogy, Environmental Science, Sustainable ore-processing

Dr Ailie Gallant: Climate Variability and Change in the Australasian and Antarctic Regions

Dr Richard Jones: Glaciology, Geochronology, Geomorphology. Past behaviour of glaciers and ice sheets

Dr Adam Kessler: Biogeochemistry

Professor Andrew Mackintosh: Interactions between Glaciers, Ice Sheets and the Climate System

Dr Shayne McGregor : Theory, Observations and Modelling, understanding climate variability and change

Dr Ruth Reef: Plant Biogeographer and Ecophysiologist, interested in the effects of climate change on coastal and marine ecosystems

Professor Nigel Tapper: Climate Science Micrometeorology

Dr Ross Whitmore: Applications of terrestrial cosmogenic nuclides to tectonic and surficial processes

Associate Professor Vanessa Wong: Soil Science, Land and Water Management, Environmental Science, Coastal Wetland Soils, Soil Biogeochemistry

Dr Xuan Zhu: GIS and Environmental Management