Nathan's research looks at the assessment of water resources across river basins and regions, focusing on the supply and demand aspects of sectoral water use for the present day, along with water availability under scenario change. This involves the development and implementation of large-scale hydrological models, including rainfall-runoff and river modelling.
Nathan's current work is focused around improving water security in regions of India and West Africa. Key to this is the strengthening of stakeholder engagement to help build understanding with regards to hydrological and environmental change, and to explore ways in which improved policy and practice can help mitigate impact.
2014-present: Hydrological Modeller. Centre for Ecology & Hydrology.
2012-2013: MSc Environmental Monitoring, Modelling & Reconstruction. University of Manchester.
Institution of Civil Engineers
British Hydrological Society