Distinguished Visiting Professor and Keynote Speaker, Water Environments in Arid Lands (WEAL) Major Research Program, State University of Arizona (Tempe) and University of Arizona (Tucson), April 1997.

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He is a recipient of the Sir Joseph Verco Medal of the Royal Society of South Australia, the Farouk El Baz Award for Desert Research from the Geological Society of America and the Distinguished Geomorphologist Medal from the Australia and New Zealand Geomorphology Group.

In July 2007 he was elected a life member of the International Quaternary Union.

He is author or co-author of over 200 research papers (12 in Foundation Professor of Environmental Studies (1993 - 1998: Mawson Graduate Centre for Environmental Studies).

1998 to 2007: Department of Geographical & Environmental Studies).

Affiliate Professor in Geology & Geophysics (1993-2008).

Hunting Technical Services Limited, Roseires Dam Project, Republic of the Sudan: Soil Surveyor, Blue Nile and Northern Gezira 1962 - 1963; Reconnaissance Soil Surveyor, White Nile Right Bank 1963 - 1964. Visiting Research Professor, Centre Européen de Recherche et d'Enseignement des Géosciences de l'Environnement (CEREGE), Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Aix-en-Provence, France (March-June, 2005). is Emeritus Professor at the University of Adelaide and a world authority on climatic and environmental change at a variety of scales in space and time. In 1969 the Australian National University awarded him the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph D) for his work on hill slope erosion in Australia. In May 1996 the University of Cambridge awarded him the degree of Doctor of Science (Sc D) for his work on geomorphology, soils and Quaternary environments in arid and semi-arid areas, with special reference to North Africa, Australia and India. The Royal Geographical Society had previously awarded him the Cuthbert Peek Medal for his work in the Sahara, the Sudan and Australia.