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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
Professor Peter Beresford Brunel University participatory processes, patient and public involvement in health and social care research.
Professor
Peter
Beresford
Director of Centre for Citizen Participation - Water Sustainability Research Centre
Brunel University
Mr Martin Best UK Met Office terrestrial water cycle throughout the 20th century; vulnerability of future global water resources; land surface models (JULES);forecasting and climate models
Mr
Martin
Best
UK Met Office
Joint Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Research
Fitzroy Road
Exeter
01392 885219
www.metoffice.gov.uk
Dr Richard Betts UK Met Office large-scale modelling of ecosystem-hydrology-climate interactions; land use change and deforestation; integrate impacts modelling
Dr
Richard
Betts
Head of Climate Impacts
UK Met Office
Climate Impacts
FitzRoy Road
Exeter
0870 900 0100
www.metoffice.gov.uk
Professor Keith Beven Lancaster University hydrological modelling; understanding the prediction uncertainties associated with environmental models
Professor
Keith
Beven
Professor of Hydrology
Lancaster University
The Lancaster Environment Centre
Lancaster
01524 593 892
www.lec.lancs.ac.uk
Professor Mike Bickle University of Cambridge Solid earth-hydrosphere-atmosphere interactions. Controls on long-term climate change through an understanding of river chemistry. Removal of carbon dioxise from the atmosphere through weathering.
Professor
Mike
Bickle
University of Cambridge
Dept of Earth Sciences
Professor Catherine Biggs University of Sheffield microbiological processes in urban water systems; biofilms; environmental proteomics; synthetic biology; cross disciplinary research
Professor
Catherine
Biggs
University of Sheffield
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Mappin Street
Sheffield
0114 222 7510
Dr Robert Bingham University of Aberdeen glaciology, geophysics and GIS
Dr
Robert
Bingham
Lecturer in Geosciences
University of Aberdeen
Dr Graham Bird Bangor University geochemistry; pollution; metal mining; dam failures; fluvial systems
Dr
Graham
Bird
Bangor University
School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor
01248383 222
www.bangor.ac.uk
Dr Graham Bird Aberystwyth University Fluvial geochemistry, specifically the impact of metal mining activity and mine tailings dam failures upon fluvial systems. Contaminant metal speciation using Sequential Extraction Procedures (SEPs), the use of Pb isotopes as tracers of metal contaminant
Dr
Graham
Bird
Temporary Lecturer - River Basin Dynamics and Hydrology Group - Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences
Aberystwyth University
Professor Paul Bishop University of Glasgow bedrock rivers and landscape responses to uplift, kickpoint retreat scales closely to catchment area.
Professor
Paul
Bishop
Professor of Geography
University of Glasgow
Dr Mike Bithell University of Cambridge Numerical modelling of spatially distributed systems, including fluid flow, atmospheric physics, climate and its interaction with ecosystems, changes in land use and socio-economic processes.
Dr
Mike
Bithell
Assistant Director of Research in Computing - Dept of Geography
University of Cambridge
Dr Andrew Black University of Dundee variations in flood risk in response to changing climatic drivers; historic sources for assessment of flood risks; water resources hydrology; hydrometry and hydrological databases
Dr
Andrew
Black
University of Dundee
School of the Environment
Perth Rd
Dundee
01382 384 433
www.dundee.ac.uk
www.dundee.ac.uk/geography/
Dr Mike Blackburn University of Reading using global atmospheric models to understand aspects of large-scale atmospheric variability and the systematic comparison of such models to understand differences in their behaviour
Dr
Mike
Blackburn
University of Reading
National Centre for Atmospheric Science
Earley Gate
PO Box 243
Reading
0118 378 8327
climate.ncas.ac.uk/
www.met.reading.ac.uk/~mike/
Kirsty Blackstock James Hutton Institute stakeholder and public participation; concepts of sustainability and interdisciplinary approaches to environmental planning and management. Current research includes evaluating stakeholder involvement in the Sccottish River Basin Planning Process, uptake
Kirsty
Blackstock
Sociologist -
James Hutton Institute
Dr David Blackwood University of Abertay Dundee integration of decision process mapping, decision analysis and stakeholder engagement and communications in sustainability decision making. Urban development, SUDS, sewer exfiltration, investiment decision making for wastewater systems that include susta
Dr
David
Blackwood
Divisional Leader _ Environment and Forensic Science
University of Abertay Dundee
Mr John Blanksby University of Sheffield asset management, combined sewer overflows, flow measurement, network management, network maintenance, network modelling, network operation, network performance, performance measures, performance measurement, post project appraisal, CSO and inlet screens,
Mr
John
Blanksby
Senior Research Fellow
University of Sheffield
Pennine Water Group
Sir Frederick Mappin Build
Mappin Street
Sheffield
0114 222 5750
Dr John Bloomfield British Geological Survey groundwater ecology; groundwater flooding; aquifer physical properties characterisation; geological controls on catchment hydrology; groundwater drought; groundwater level prediction; groundwater; climate change and extreme events
Dr
John
Bloomfield
eam Leader of Groundwater Survey and Managemen
British Geological Survey
Hydrogeology Group
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 69 2310
www.bgs.ac.uk
jpb@bgs.ac.uk
Dr Eleanor Blyth Centre for Ecology and Hydrology arctic and sub-arctic processes; soil freezing and the hydrological functioning of organic soils; land surface models; feedbacks in the climate system that affect water resources
Dr
Eleanor
Blyth
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
emb@ceh.ac.uk
Professor John Boardman University of Oxford soil erosion; land degradation
Professor
John
Boardman
University of Oxford
Oxford University Centre for the Environment
South Parks Road
Oxford
01865 285 183
www.eci.ox.ac.uk
Francois Bochereau Forest Research analysis of aquatic samples - chemical analysis on the ICP-OES instrument (Inductively Coupled Plasma-Optical Emission Spectrophotometer) and the Carbon and Nitrogen analyser, and for the Laboratory Information Management System
Francois
Bochereau
Laboratory Manager - Centre for Foresty and Climate Change
Forest Research
01420 526 206
Dr Bettina Bockelmann-Evans Cardiff University sources, pathways and fate of diffuse pollution in the inter-connected surface and subsurface water bodies of a catchment. construct predictive water quality and ecology models which may be used to simulate the short and long-term impacts of nutrient inpu
Dr
Bettina
Bockelmann-Evans
Senior Lecturer - Hydroenvironmental Engineering - School of Engineering
Cardiff University
Professor Michael Bonell University of Dundee interfacing water policy and water law
Professor
Michael
Bonell
University of Dundee
Dr David Boorman Centre for Ecology and Hydrology modelling river systems to represent the transport and processes within the river network; the linkage between hydrological models and other areas of research e.g. estuaries, lakes, aquatic ecology, agriculture, economics, the Water Framework Directive
Dr
David
Boorman
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
dbb@ceh.ac.uk
Dr Lee Bosher Loughborough University disaster risk reduction; flood risk management; resilient design; multi-hazard mitigation; climate change impacts
Dr
Lee
Bosher
Lecturer in Disaster Risk Reduction Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society Joint coordinator of CIB TG63 - Disasters and the Built Environment Member of the Earthquake Engineering Field Investigation Team (EEFIT)
Loughborough University
WEDC, School of Civil and Building Engineering
Loughborough University
Ashby Road
Loughborough
01509 222 397
Professor Joby Boxall University of Sheffield potable water distribition systems; leakage; water quality; network modelling; asset management
Professor
Joby
Boxall
Chair of Water Infrastructure Engineering
University of Sheffield
Dept. Civil and Structural Engineering
Sir Frederick Mappin Build
Mappin Street
Sheffield
01442 225 760

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