Daryl is an environmental scientist who works with companies, academics and policy makers to address environmental concerns. Daryl specialises in palaeofloods reconstruction and its applications. Daryl believes that there is a need to apply palaeoflood hydrology to engineering activities and integration of palaeohydrology to support decisions policy making. Daryl has worked across various environmental research projects including urban hydrology, fluvial geomorphology, and flood management.
Daryl holds a Doctorate degree in Environmental Science from the University of Queensland, Australia.