Dr Ling Li's research interests are in: environmental modelling of hydrological and hydraulic coastline processes, related to near-shore pollution and beach stability; and the flow of fluids in porous media and the transport and reactions of dissolved chemicals within that fluid.
He received his PhD from the University of Western Australia in 1998. His current research projects focus on environmental processes at the ocean-land interface.
These projects are:
- 2003-2005, Water exchange and mixing at the aquifer-ocean interface, funded by Australian Research Council (L. Li and P. Nielsen).
- 2003-2005, Wave induced transport of pollutants in coastal sediments, funded by Australian Research Council (D. Jeng, L. Li and D. A. Barry).
- 2003-2004, Subsurface pathways and fluxes to coastal waters, funded by The University of Queensland (L. Li).
- 2003-2004, Modelling near-shore groundwater and seawater mixing in a Hele-Shaw cell, funded by The University of Queensland (L. Li).