Research Overview

My research passion is using remote sensing data to solve problems in hydrologic science and sustainability. My current focus is on the use of Earth observation data to improve our quantification of the fluxes and stores in the hydrologic cycle, with a focus on several sub-regions as part of the TRANSCEND project (; see map below for sub-region locations). I have an additional interest in the use of surface deformation measurements, especially InSAR, for the study of land subsidence, a major hazard caused by groundwater overextraction. 

The links below provide further information on my PhD research. Information on my current research is PENDING. Feel free to contact me if you want further information.

Topographic map of the World with TRANSCEND study sites marked as white stars.

Publications, presentations, etc.

If you are looking for a publication of mine which you cannot find, please reach out and I shall provide it for you if possible. (It usually is). Please check below first! If you use any of the materials from these publications/presentations, please credit me.


Selected Conference Presentations/Papers

Tenth International Symposium on Land Subsidence (TISOLS) 2023

Please contact me for a copy of the presentation given at TISOLS. The  conference paper is:

California Groundwater Resources Association: Western Groundwater Congress 2022