Assistant Professor 

Department of Physical Geography.

I study the historical and future effects of human activities and climate change on the water cycle and water resources such as tropical and temperate wetlands, hydrological basins and reservoirs. I perform this from the perspectives of hydroclimate, ecohydrology, sustainability and sediment transport, using innovative hydrogeodetic tools (i.e., InSAR), hydrological frameworks (i.e., Budyko, blue/green water) and data analysis (i.e., network analysis) to understand the related temporal and spatial water changes. I finally aim to assess the implications of these effects on sustainable development and the planetary boundary of water.