Edoardo Daly

Assoc Professor


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Edoardo 's research focuses on the understanding and modeling of the hydrological processes that determine the temporal and spatial soil water dynamics and related biogeochemical processes both in rural and urban environments. Since these dynamics are strongly nonlinear and deterministically unpredictable, part of his research is dedicated to the study of general nonlinear dynamical systems and stochastic processes that can find applications in hydrology.

Monash teaching commitment

CIV2263 - Water Systems

CIV5882/CIV6882 - Flood Hydraulics and Hydrology

CIV2207 - Computing and Water Systems Modelling (until 2016)

Research area keywords

  • Stochastic soil-moisture dynamics
  • eco-hydrology
  • groundwater-dependent ecosystems
  • land-atmosphere interaction


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