Ph.D, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2006) M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2002) B.E.(Hons), University of Canterbury (1999)
Daniel’s research focusses on the effects of climate change on freshwater resources and hazards. This includes water supply for municipal and agricultural use, floods, hydropower generation, ecosystem services, and societal and cultural well-being. By working with economists, social scientists, and policy analysts, he uses his hydrological expertise to develop robust adaptation options to an uncertain but changing future.