Dr John Webb
Associate Professor, College of Science, Health and Engineering
The bulk of my research and teaching is on groundwater, both in terms of resources and chemistry, with current research projects on the influence of climate and land-use change on groundwater funded through the Victorian Department of Primary Industries and the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training.
Other research projects focus on improving treatment procedures for acid mine drainage and understanding the formation of acid sulphate soils. My geomorphological interests centre on karst, as well as tectonic geomorphology and the interaction between landscape evolution and human settlement.