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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
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
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
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
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
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
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)
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