Prof Stephen Tooth

Geography BSc degree from the University of Southampton

PhD in Physical Geography from the University of Wollongong, Australia.

Prof Stephen Tooth

Chair

Department of Geography and Earth Sciences

Contact Details

Profile

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.

Teaching

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Research

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Research Interests

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)

Research Groups

Publications

Macklin, M, Booth, J, Brewer, P, Tooth, S & Duller, GAT 2022, 'How have Cretan rivers responded to late Holocene uplift? A multi-millennial, multi-catchment field experiment to evaluate the applicability of Schumm and Parker's (1973) complex response model', Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, vol. 47, no. 9, pp. 2178-2197. 10.1002/esp.5370
Tooth, S, McCarthy, TS, Duller, GAT, Assine, ML, Wolski, P & Coetzee, G 2022, 'Significantly enhanced mid Holocene fluvial activity in a globally important, arid-zone wetland: The Okavango Delta, Botswana', Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, vol. 47, no. 3, pp. 854-871. 10.1002/esp.5289
Thomas, A, Tooth, S, Lan, S, Holt, T, Saunders, I & Tarren, H 2022, 'Soil properties across a hydrological gradient in saladas from northeast Spain: What are the implications for soil carbon stocks, CO2 efflux and microbial communities in a warming world?', Wetlands Ecology and Management. 10.1007/s11273-022-09856-6, 10.1007/s11273-022-09856-6
Tooth, S, Vandewalle, M, Goodin, DG & Alexander, KA 2022, The Chobe-Zambezi Channel-Floodplain System: Anatomy of a Wetland in a Dryland. in FD Eckardt (ed.), Landscapes and Landforms of Botswana. World Geomorphological Landscapes, Springer Science and Business Media B.V., pp. 117-130. 10.1007/978-3-030-86102-5_7
Li, J, Tooth, S, Zhang, K & Zhao, Y 2021, 'Visualisation of flooding along an unvegetated, ephemeral river using Google Earth Engine: Implications for assessment of channel-floodplain dynamics in a time of rapid environmental change', Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 278, 111559. 10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111559
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