I am a coastal ecologist interested in biophysical interactions that steer the formation and dynamics of coastal landscapes. In my work I combine theories from complex system (e.g. movement patterns, alternative stable states and self-organization) with empirical data on plant physiology, community composition, soil biogeochemistry and sediment dynamics. While my research focuses mostly on unravelling the fundamental working of biogeomorphic ecosystems, I simultaneously work on translating these findings to applications to enhance coastal conservation and ecosystem restoration.
Please find my list of publications at the bottom of this webpage.
You can download all my publications on ResearchGate.