I am an associate professor in surface hydrology with more than 15 years of teaching experience in higher education. With an educational background in hydrological modeling, water management, and engineering, my research experience spans a broad range of topics including climate-change impacts, hydrological process research, catchment and water quality modeling, as well as analyses of land-use changes and human-water interactions.


My research interests are broad and interdisciplinary in nature. My primary goal is to contribute to a better understanding of hydrological processes in a changing climate and their links to external meteorological, ecological, topographic and anthropogenic drivers. I also study their implications for water quantity (e.g., floods and droughts) and water quality at different spatio-temporal scales. With nearly 70% of Sweden’s area covered by forests, I explore the dynamics of human and ecological water needs within these landscapes, investigate the effects of land-use changes on hydrological processes, and examine the socio-economic implications that may arise within the water-energy-food-ecosystem nexus, especially in the context of more frequent and increasingly severe hydroclimatic extreme events.


My lab conducts cutting-edge research to face current societal challenges in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. Our present focus is on modeling surface-water hydrology in forest landscapes with emphasis on hydrological extremes, risks, ecosystem functions, human-ecosystem interactions and nexus-thinking in a changing climate.

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