Graham is a Senior Hydrogeologist with the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources in South Australia. Graham has worked for the Department since 2006 and manages the Groundwater Modelling and Climate Change group within the Department’s science division. He has worked extensively on studies of fractured rock aquifer hydrogeology in the Mount Lofty Ranges, surface/groundwater interactions in the Great Artesian Basin, and the modelling of climate change impacts on groundwater recharge throughout South Australia. Graham graduated from Flinders University in 2002 and completed his PhD in 2010, studying the effects of varying irrigation, land use and water quality scenarios on water and solute accessions to unconfined aquifers.
Courses involved in:
- Water Sources in 2050? (July 2016)
- 2nd Groundwater Essentials (August 2012)
- 1st Groundwater Essentials (May 2012)
- 7th Climate Change Adaptation (November 2012)
- 6th Climate Change Adaptation (August 2012)