Todd is a Research Fellow within the Water Research Centre at The University of Adelaide, with 14 years experience working in freshwater and marine environments. A key area of research interest is integrated, multi-disciplinary research on the ecological processes that determine outcomes resulting from the use of environmental water. This involves furthering our understanding of the biogeochemical processes that need to occur for the condition of higher order trophic levels (e.g. fish, birds, vegetation) to improve, and the impacts that failure to manage for biogeochemical processes can have on ability to meet management objectives. Todd has been lead or co-author on more than 40 reports with a specific focus on environmental assessment and management of floodplain and aquatic environments within the Murray-Darling Basin.

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