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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
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Claire Abel James Hutton Institute field sample anddata collection and a wide range of laboratory techniques, diatom identifications to genus/species level, and also DNA analysis.
Claire
Abel
Microbiologist - Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
James Hutton Institute
Dr Nebil Achour Loughborough University Adaptability and Resilience of Healthcare Infrastructure to Extreme Weather Events Associated with Climate Change
Dr
Nebil
Achour
Research Associate - Civil and Building Engineering
Loughborough University
01509 223 641
Professor Mike Acreman Centre for Ecology and Hydrology the interface between hydrology and ecology; water needs of aquatic ecosystems, including rivers and wetlands; UK river requirements to meet the European Water Framework Directive; guidelines on environmental flow releases from reservoirs; hydrological fu
Professor
Mike
Acreman
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 692 263
www.ceh.ac.uk
man@ceh.ac.uk
Professor Colin E. Adams University of Glasgow impact of new species introductions into freshwater systems, life history strategies on salmonid fishes.
Professor
Colin E.
Adams
Professor of Freshwater Ecology - Director of SCENE 9Scottish Centre for Ecology & Natural Environment)
University of Glasgow
Stephen Addy James Hutton Institute fluvial geomorphology of upland catchments; links betweeen channel morphology, fluvial processes, lndscapes, salmon habitats and freshwater pearl mussle habitat. Impacts of dams and flow regulation upon the geomorphology of upland rivers in Scotland. Greo
Stephen
Addy
Hydromorphologist - Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
James Hutton Institute
Dr Adebayo Adeloye Heriot-Watt University water reservoir storage-yield-performance functions, data-limited generalised water resources planning/assessment tools, climate change impact assessments on water resources, adaptation strategies, evaporation and evapotranspiration modelling, irrigation
Dr
Adebayo
Adeloye
Heriot-Watt University
School of the Built Environment
William Arrol Building
Riccarton
Edinburgh
0131 451 8236
www.hw.ac.uk
www.sbe.hw.ac.uk/index.htm
Dr Muhammad Afzal Centre for Ecology and Hydrology vulnerability of water suppllies to climate change; historic trends in rainfall variability; hydrological modelling, water storage across UK; risk and vulnerability
Dr
Muhammad
Afzal
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
+44 (0)1491 692700
Professor Clive Agnew University of Manchester hydro-meteorological investigation of boundary layer fluxes; climatological analysis of the impacts of climate change; hydrological responses to restoration of degraded peatlands
Professor
Clive
Agnew
University of Manchester
School of Environment and Development
John Owens Building
Oxford Road
Manchester
0161 275 0969
www.sed.manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ashraf Ahmed Queen's University Belfast groundwater flow and mass transport, multiphase flow, contaminated aquifers, seepage through dams and under hydraulic structures, slope stability
Dr
Ashraf
Ahmed
Lecturer
Queen's University Belfast
Dr Joseph Akunna University of Abertay Dundee identification, characterisation, manipulation and modelling of microbial interactions associated with the biodegradation of organic carbon and nitrous compounds - for pollution abatement and bioenergy production.
Dr
Joseph
Akunna
Director of Postgraduate Environment Programme
University of Abertay Dundee
Dr Bushra Al-Duri University of Birmingham Hydrothermal Processing Research in Supercritical Water for Environmental and Waste Minimisation studies. Catalytic wet air oxidation (CWAO) for removal of N-containing hydrocarbons from wastewaters; Supercritical water oxidation of waste aqueous pharmace
Dr
Bushra
Al-Duri
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University of Birmingham
Professor Ahmed Al-Shamma'a Liverpool John Moores built environment, sustainable technologies, wastewater treatment
Professor
Ahmed
Al-Shamma'a
Director of Built Environment and Sustainable Technologies
Liverpool John Moores
The School of Built Environment
Peter Jost Enterprise Centre
Byrom Street
0151 231 2823
Dr Abir Al-Tabbaa University of Cambridge Soil Mechanics, permeability, groundwater, seepage, contaminated groundwater, sensors for groundwater monitoring
Dr
Abir
Al-Tabbaa
Reader in Geotechnical Engineering - Dept of Engineering
University of Cambridge
Dr David Aldridge University of Cambridge aquatic ecology; effects of river dredging on mussel populations; conservation of the depressed river mussel; zebra Mussel eradication
Dr
David
Aldridge
University of Cambridge
Deaprtment of Zoology
Downing Street
Cambridge
01223 336 617
www.zoo.cam.ac.uk
Professor David Alexander University College London disasters (natural and technological); risks, hazards and vulnerability; emergency planning, disaster management, crisis management. Floods, hurricanes, Tsunami's.
Professor
David
Alexander
Professor of Risk and Disaster Reduction - Institute for Risk and Disaster reduction - Faculty of Maths & Physical Sciences
University College London
Professor Rafid Alkhaddar Liverpool John Moores wastewater and sludge treatment technologies; biological nutrient removal of phosphorus from wastewater; removal of fats, oils and greases from wastewater; inlet screens; vortex seperators; water efficient power showers;
Professor
Rafid
Alkhaddar
Prof of Water and Environmental Engineering
Liverpool John Moores
0151 231 2809
Professor Tony Allan Kings College London understanding and communication of water issues, how water issues link to agriculture, climate-change, economics and politics, social and political contexts which influence and determine water use and water policy, global water resource.
Professor
Tony
Allan
Emeritus Professor of Geography
Kings College London
Mr Andrew Allan University of Dundee effectiveness of national legal regimes; effectiveness of EU groundwater Directive.
Mr
Andrew
Allan
Lecturer - UNESCO-IHP Centre for Water Law, Policy and Sciences
University of Dundee
Professor Myles Allen University of Oxford human and natural influences on climate contributing to observed climate change and extreme weather risk
Professor
Myles
Allen
University of Oxford
Oxford University Centre for the Environment
South Parks Road
Oxford
01865 272 901
www.eci.ox.ac.uk
Dr Adriana Allen University College London water resources, Agenda 21, Environmental planning; peri-urban interface; sustainability; town planning.
Dr
Adriana
Allen
Senior Lecturer - Development Planning Unit - Faculty of the Built Environment
University College London
Dr Mohammad Amir University of Aberdeen sediment erosion and near bed transport
Dr
Mohammad
Amir
Research Fellow - Engineering
University of Aberdeen
Dr Anna Amtmann University of Glasgow molecular mechanisms for salt drought resistant plants
Dr
Anna
Amtmann
Senior Lecturer - Institute of Molecular Cell and Systems Biology
University of Glasgow
Professor Jim Anderson University of Aberdeen preparation and characterisation of catalytic and photocatalytic materials, water purification,
Professor
Jim
Anderson
Prof of Chemical Engineering
University of Aberdeen
Dr Blanca Antizar-Ladislao University of Edinburgh bioechnology, nanotechnology, geoengineering in water and wastewater treatment, bioremediation, developed and developing countries.
Dr
Blanca
Antizar-Ladislao
Senior Lecturer in Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of Edinburgh

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