The overarching research theme of the group is the study of interacting hydrological and ecological processes from the plant to the regional scale. Ongoing research includes:
- How two-way interactions between biotic and abiotic processes contribute to shaping Earth’s surface, with particular reference to tidal environments;
- Mosquito population dynamics as an eco-hydrological process;
- Remote Sensing of coastal eco-geomorphodynamics;
- Statistical modelling of extreme hydrologic events and of their changes;
- Stochastic modelling of the watershed-scale hydrologic balance and sediment transport.