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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
Dr Bill Perkins Aberystwyth University Analytical and environmental geochemistry, isotope geochemistry, biogeochemistry of mine drainage, metal mine remediation, metal mine drainage and bioabsorption, HR-ICP-MS
Dr
Bill
Perkins
Senior Lecturer - Centre for Research in the Environment and Health - Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences
Aberystwyth University
Dr Sam Pimentel Aberystwyth University Ice sheet modelling; subglacial hydrology; glacio-hydrodynamic modelling, Canada, Greenland
Dr
Sam
Pimentel
PDRA - Centre for Glaciology
Aberystwyth University
Miss Julie-Ann Hogbin Anglia Ruskin University natural resources; resource constraints; water scarcity; East of England;
Miss
Julie-Ann
Hogbin
Anglia Ruskin University
Global Sustainability Institute
East Road
Cambridge
0845 196 3176
www.anglia.ac.uk/gsi
Dr Bob Evans Anglia Ruskin University river pollution; pesticides; runoff
Dr
Bob
Evans
Anglia Ruskin University
Animal and Environmental Research Group
Cambridge Campus - 002 David Building
East Road
Cambridge
0845 196 2282
www.anglia.ac.uk
Dr Aled Jones Anglia Ruskin University resource management; water scarcity; politics; business impact; credit ratings
Dr
Aled
Jones
Director of Global Sustainability Institute
Anglia Ruskin University
Global Sustainability Institute
East Road
Cambridge
0845 196 2931
www.anglia.ac.uk/gsi
Abby Stancliffe Anglian Ruskin University Effects of trapping on non-native signal crayfish population structure (River Lark, Suffolk)
Abby
Stancliffe
Postgraduate Researcher - Dept of Life Sciences
Anglian Ruskin University
07824 720405
Dr Paul Elliott Anglian Ruskin University ecology, effects and control of aquatic invasive species (particularly the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha). Use of Zebra mussels in industrial water treatment; Asian clam (Corbicula fluminea) in the River Thames; biofouling of intakes for thermo-elect
Dr
Paul
Elliott
Lecturer in Animal Behaviour and Ecology, Dept of Life Sciences
Anglian Ruskin University
01223 363 271
Dr Francine Hughes Anglian Ruskin University development of conceptual and practical approaches to monitoring and evaluating trajectories of ecological change in large-scale wetland restoration projects; designed a toolkit for measuring Ecosystem Services at the site scale; downstream impacts of d
Dr
Francine
Hughes
Reader in wetalnd ecology and conservation, Animal and Environment Research Group, Dept of Life Sciences
Anglian Ruskin University
01223 363 271
Dr Prysor Williams Bangor University Pathogens and zoonotic agents (e.g. E. coli O157, Salmonella and Campylobacter): their survival and activity in different environments. Waste management and utilisation (e.g. Anaerobic Digestion). Towards a more sustainable system of water supply: Explo
Dr
Prysor
Williams
Lecturer in Environmental Management - School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor University
Dr Julien Williamson Bangor University reclamation of post-industrial landscapes; soil microbial ecology; land treatment of wastes
Dr
Julien
Williamson
Bangor University
School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor
1248382769
www.bangor.ac.uk
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 Tim Pagella Bangor University GIS Mapping of ecosystem services
Dr
Tim
Pagella
Science Information Officer - WERH
Bangor University
Dr Jaco Baas Bangor University Specialisiung in erosion, transport and deposition of fine, cohesive sediment. Flow dynamics of rivers and turbidity currents, sedimentary bedform dynamics, turbulence-modulated mud-rich flows, Late Pleistocene climate, hydraulic engineering, mathematical
Dr
Jaco
Baas
Senior Lecturer in Fine Dynamics - School of Ocean Sciences
Bangor University
Professor George Turner Bangor University Cichlid fishes (such as tiliapias) in African Lakes (Lake Malawi, Tanganyika, Victoria). Behaviour, ecology, evolution and genetics - reasons for explosive evolution.
Professor
George
Turner
Head of School of Biological Sciences
Bangor University
Dr Nathalie Fenner Bangor University Aquatic biogeochemistry; Climate change; Carbon stocks; Drinking water quality; Eutrophication; Lakes; Reservoirs; Wetlands; Isotope ratio mass spectrometry
Dr
Nathalie
Fenner
Research Lecturer - Schoolof Biological Sciences
Bangor University
Dr Morag McDonald Bangor University Buffer zone management; Soil conservation and fertility, impacts of anthropogenic and natural disturbance on forest ecosystems, restoration forestry, participatory and on-farm research, forest nutrient and carbon cycing, tropical dry forest regeneration
Dr
Morag
McDonald
Senior Lecturer in Ecology and Catchment Management - School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor University
Dr James McDonald Bangor University environmental microbiology, molecular microbial ecology and the application of molecular biological, metagenomic and next generation sequencing methods (such as 454 pyrosequencing) to characterise microbial communities in natural environments; the ecolo
Dr
James
McDonald
Research lecturer in Environmental Microbiology - School of Biological Sciences
Bangor University
Professor Christopher Freeman Bangor University wetland ecosystems
Professor
Christopher
Freeman
Bangor University
School of Ocean Sciences
Menai Bridge
Anglesey
01248 382 353
www.bangor.ac.uk
wccl.bangor.ac.uk/
Professor Paul Withers Bangor University Sustainable management of phosphorus; Coupling of C, N and P cycles across the land-water interface; Diffuse pollution and eutrophication control. applied environmental science research, associated consultancy and knowledge transfer related to rural la
Professor
Paul
Withers
Senior Research Fellow - School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor University
Dr David Wright Bangor University Effects of winter waterlogging and summer drought on the growth and development of wheat
Dr
David
Wright
Senior Lecturer in Agriculture - School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor University
Dr Lynda York Bangor University long-term dynamics and chronologies of upland rivers, influence of glacial-uplift on post-glacial river development, Lateglacial / Holocene sediment budgets / flux / storage, response to increased flooding during the histor period, flood hazards and perce
Dr
Lynda
York
Lecturer in Physical Geography - School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor University
Dr Shelagh Malham Bangor University immune function; organism response to stress; aquaculture; sustainable shellfish; climate change; shellfish economics; catchment dynamics; water quality; sediment; human pathogens (including norovirus and E.coli) in rivers, estuaries, coasts and associate
Dr
Shelagh
Malham
Bangor University
School of Ocean Sciences
Centre for Applied Marine Sciences
Menai Bridge
Anglesey
01248 38 3252
www.bangor.ac.uk
www.bangor.ac.uk/oceansciences
Dr Fergus Sinclair Bangor University land use and stakeholder aspects of Flood Risk Management Research Consortium (FRMRC). Integrated Water resource management by the implementation of improved Agro-Forestry concepts in arid and semi-arid areas in Latin America (WAFLA)
Dr
Fergus
Sinclair
Senior Lecturer in Agroforestry - School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor University
Professor Alan Davies Bangor University modelling; hydrodynamic processes; sediment transport; seabed morphological change
Professor
Alan
Davies
Bangor University
School of Ocean Sciences
Menai Bridge
Anglesey
01248 383 933
www.bangor.ac.uk
Professor James Scourse Bangor University mechanisms and feedback responses in the Earth?s climate system; ice-ocean interaction; impact of changes of sea level on the carbon cycle; sediment transport and ocean circulation
Professor
James
Scourse
Member of Climate Change Consortium for Wales
Bangor University
School of Ocean Sciences
Menai Bridge
Anglesey
01248 382 876
www.bangor.ac.uk
www.bangor.ac.uk/oceansciences

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