Eddie has worked across the private sector, state government and academia over the past 15 years as a hydrogeologist. His research interests involve investigating interactions between surface water and groundwater, coastal hydrogeology and groundwater flow processes in fractured rock aquifer systems. I have expertise in advanced surface water and groundwater sampling techniques, environmental tracers, heat as a tracer, hydrogeophysics and numerical modelling.
He is passionate about applying sound scientific methodologies and analytical research methods to support natural resource managers, landholders and the community to advance sustainable water resource management. As well as exploring new and novel techniques to understand and investigate the complex hydrological cycle and exchanges with the other Earth's Spheres.
2007- Australian Postgraduate Award Scholarship and Centre for Groundwater Studies stipend top-up
2003- The Max Clark prise in Science and Engineering
2003- Flinders University Institute for Research in Science and Technology Honours Scholarship
2002- Professor John W. Holmes Award in groundwater hydrology
1999, 2000, 2001- Chancellor's Letter of Commendation
Surface water- groundwater interactions, use of environmental tracers and hydrogeochemistry to understand exchange processes and sources, and groundwater flow processes in fractured rock aquifers
Reviewer for journals in the water sciences discipline
Hydrogeological sciences communication to industry and community groups in South Australia
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