In January 2020 I took up the position of Postdoctoral Research Associate in Geology, Geomorphology and Palaeobiology, funded by a Leverhulme Trust grant obtained by Dr. Gareth Roberts.
My work attempts to use modern geophysical and geomorphological observables to investigate the dynamics and history of landscape and drainage network evolution. I use custom geophysical forward and inverse models, and wavelet power spectral analysis, on continental- to global-scale datasets. The aim is to tease apart the relative primacy of competing forces which affect landscape evolution. I also use wavelet power spectra to investigate the relationship between biodiversity and topography, climate and other factors.