Daryl is an environmental scientist who works with companies, academics and policymakers to address environmental concerns. His focus includes analysing palaeofloods to improve flood management. Daryl believes that there is a need to apply palaeoflood hydrology to engineering activities. He specialises in locating and analysing fluvial sedimentary evidence of palaeofloods and has worked across various environmental research projects, including urban hydrology, fluvial geomorphology, and flood management.

Daryl has published articles as lead author in prominent scientific journals including Water Resources Research, Geomorphology and Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. He has worked with multiple stakeholders, including policymakers and local communities, to communicate environmental objectives and assess sustainability needs. Daryl has also taught undergraduate and post-graduate students in the areas of Physical Geography and Environmental Hazards.

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