Prof Stephen Tooth Geography BSc degree from the University of Southampton PhD in Physical Geography from the University of Wollongong, Australia.
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Geomorphology and sedimentology, especially in the drylands of Australia and southern Africa. Particular research themes include: anabranching rivers; floodplains and floodouts; wetlands in drylands; channel-vegetation interactions; bedrock-influenced rivers; controls on gully erosion; long-term fluvial landscape development; palaeoenvironmental change; global climate change and the Anthropocene; and the use of drylands on Earth as analogues for Martian surface environments.
Current PhD Students
: Sioned Llywelyn (co-supervised with Dr Hywel Griffiths and Dr Cerys Jones)
: Julian Ruddock (co-supervised with Professor John Harvey, School of Art)
: Zacc Larkin (Macquarie University, Sydney: co-supervised with Dr Tim Ralph and Professor Kirstie Fryirs)
Professor Stephen Tooth graduated with a Geography BSc degree from the University of Southampton and completed a PhD at the University of Wollongong, Australia. He undertook post doctoral work at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, before joining DGES (formerly IGES) in April 2000.