Andrew joined the ACDI’s AXA Research Programme in African Climate Risk in August 2017 as a Masters Research Student. In-line with the research conducted under the AXA programme, Andrew's Master's research aims to determine the influence of anthropogenic climate change on the 2015-2017 south-Western Cape hydrological drought through analysis of various components of the hydrological cycle under modelled factual and counterfactual climate scenarios.
Andrew's academic background includes a BSc Hydrology and Geography (2013) and a BSc (Hons) in Hydrology (2015). His current research interests include the attribution of extreme hydro-climatic events in the context of anthropogenic climate change and the associated changing risk. Andrew has been trained as a Hydrologist and has experience in Water Resource Management, Hydrological Modelling and Geographic Information Systems