Eleanor has over 15 years’ experience in ecohydraulics and water resources science, including roles in research, industry, and a government organisation. Eleanor is particularly interested in the hydrodynamics of estuaries and the relationships between flow and ecological processes including fish spawning and migration. She employs combined empirical and modelling approaches, including field work, laboratory studies and a range of numerical techniques to investigate hydroecological patterns.
Franklin, P.A., Gee, E.M., Baker, C., Bowie, S., 2018. New Zealand Fish Passage Guidelines: For structures up to 4 metres (No. 2018019HN). National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Hamilton, NZ.
Gee, E.M., 2018. An approach to environmental flows for estuaries. International Symposium for Ecohydraulics, 20 - 24 August, Tokyo, Japan.
Gee, E.M., Western, A.W., Swearer, S.E., 2016. Dispersal in stratified environments - A modelling study of black bream larvae in a salt-wedge estuary. International Symposium for Ecohydraulics, 7 - 12 February, Melbourne, Australia.