Rivers leave evidence of their change over time, and fluvial geomorphologists have the unique role of being detectives tasked with building a sequential story from the clues. A number of exciting technological advances allow us to better track the movement of rivers over time, building on long-standing foundational principles.

How can project designs benefit from a geomorphological assessment? How can palaeo-flood hydrology improve flood risk estimation? What geomorphological principles should be applied in engineering around water?
Join us for this webinar as as expert fluvial geomorphologists present their global experience to explore the role of geomorphology in project planning and implementation.


Andy Markham


Dr Andy Markham is a Certified Fluvial Geomorphologist, Surface Water Hydrologist and Chartered Environmental Scientist. He has a PhD in fluvial geomorphology from London University, over 30 years of ... Read more

Daryl Lam

Water Technology

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... Read more

Nicole Wheeler


Nicole is a highly qualified geomorphologist who has been working in the environmental industry for the past 2 years. Nicole has a Masters in Geography specialising in fluvial geomorphology and has ex... Read more

Michael Cheetham

Water Technology

Michael is a geomorphologist with 17 years' experience coordinating research and consultancy projects for clients such as water authorities, utility companies, and local and state government. Michael ... Read more

Krey Price

International Water Training Institute

Educated at the University of California at Berkeley, Krey is a civil engineer and project manager with international experience in water resources. He is engaged in computational modelling, engineeri... Read more

Registrations Locations: