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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
Dr Simon Creer Bangor University Environmental genomics of aquatic organisms and molecular barcoding/identification projects on nematodes, European spiders and fish.
Dr
Simon
Creer
Senior Research Fellow - School of Biological Sciences
Bangor University
Dr Julia Jones Bangor University Invasive crayfish in Madagascar - pathenogenetic (asexual reproduction) Procambarus 'Marmorkrebs' - - rate of spread, level of risk to biodiversity and agriculture; and possible ways of controlling invasion.
Dr
Julia
Jones
Senior Lecturer in Conservation - School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor University
Professor Davy Jones Bangor University Plant-soil-microbe interactions, Environmental Pollution, Human Pathogens, Dissolved Organic Nitrogen, Soil Quality, Freshwater pollution. understanding below-ground processes with specific focus on nutrients and human pathogen behavior in soil-plant-mi
Professor
Davy
Jones
Professor of Soil & Environmental Science - School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor University
Professor Gary Carvalho Bangor University the molecular genetic analysis of population and species biodiversity of aquatic animals, with studies aimed at understanding the evolutionary and ecological forces that shape genetic structure in the wild, and how such structure may influence adaptation,
Professor
Gary
Carvalho
Professor - School of Biological Sciences
Bangor University
Professor Colin Jago Bangor University sedimentary processes; estuaries;
Professor
Colin
Jago
Bangor University
School of Ocean Sciences
Menai Bridge
Anglesey
01248 382 866
www.bangor.ac.uk
www.bangor.ac.uk/oceansciences
Professor Andrew Pullin Bangor University reclamation of post-industrial landscapes; soil microbial ecology; land treatment of wastes
Professor
Andrew
Pullin
Established a Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation at Bangor
Bangor University
School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor
01248382 444
www.bangor.ac.uk
www.cebc.bangor.ac.uk
Dr Rob Brook Bangor University sustainable land use, particularly in the tropics. This encompasses agronomy, crop physiology, agroforestry, rural development and effects of urbanization on peri-urban land use. Linking urban waste management and farmers? needs for soil organic matter i
Dr
Rob
Brook
Senior Lecturer in Agriculture & Rural Development - School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
Bangor University
Dr Mark Brewer Biomathematics and Statistics Scotland end member mixing analysis; statistical analysis of hydrological data; Bayesian analysis
Dr
Mark
Brewer
Biomathematics and Statistics Scotland
Environmental Modelling Unit
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen
01224 395 125
www.bioss.ac.uk
Frank Trentman Birkbeck College historical formulation of the water consumer.
Frank
Trentman
Birkbeck College
Susan Brooks Birkbeck College hydrological modelling; Holocene climate change; Soil erosion; Slope stability; Hydrology; Geomorphological processes; Soil development; use of erosion, landslides to assist recontructions of paleoclimates
Susan
Brooks
Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography
Birkbeck College
Dr Karen Hudson-Edwards Birkbeck College environmental geochemistry and mineralogy
Dr
Karen
Hudson-Edwards
Birkbeck College
Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences
alet St
Bloomsbury
London
0203 073 8030
www.bbk.ac.uk
www.bbk.ac.uk/geology/
Becky Briant Birkbeck College climate change and river behaviour; fluvial responses to rapid cliamte change in Eastern England during the last glacial period
Becky
Briant
Lecturer in Physical Geography
Birkbeck College
Professor Rudy Gozlan Bournemouth University fish, invasion,freshwater, ecology,disease,foodweb,Idividual based models
Professor
Rudy
Gozlan
Head of Academic group Conservation Ecology & Environmental Science
Bournemouth University
School of Applied Science
Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow
Poole, Dorset
01202 966 780
Dr Denis Peach British Geological Survey chalk hydrogeology and groundwater modelling; karst hydrogeology; arid zone hydrogeology; integrated environmental modelling
Dr
Denis
Peach
British Geological Survey
Kingsley Dunham Centre
Keyworth
Keyworth
0115 936 3469
www.bgs.ac.uk
dwp@bgs.ac.uk
Dr Paul Wilkinson British Geological Survey development of 2D/3D/4D geoelectrical data-processing and inversion algorithms; tomographic image optimisation; time-lapse automated survey design; application of automated geoelectrical monitoring to landslide processes; contaminated land remediation; em
Dr
Paul
Wilkinson
British Geological Survey
Kingsley Dunham Centre
Keyworth
Keyworth
0115 936 3086
www.bgs.ac.uk
pbw@bgs.ac.uk
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 Daren Gooddy British Geological Survey tracing and dating groundwater; biogeochemical processes; groundwater recharge mechanisms; impact of agrochemicals and agricultural wastes on groundwater quality
Dr
Daren
Gooddy
British Geological Survey
Hydrogeology Group
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 692 328
www.bgs.ac.uk
dcg@bgs.ac.uk
Mr David Macdonald British Geological Survey groundwater policy and management; groundwater resource assessment; groundwater flooding; aising awareness of groundwater issues
Mr
David
Macdonald
British Geological Survey
Groundwater Science
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 692 306
www.bgs.ac.uk
Dr Rachel Dearden British Geological Survey Sustainable drainage; groundwater quality; infiltration SuDS field monitoring; information products; 3D geological modelling
Dr
Rachel
Dearden
British Geological Survey
Groundwater Science
British Geological Survey
Keyworth
Nottingham
0115 9363 591
www.bgs.ac.uk/suds
Dr Andrew Hughes British Geological Survey object oriented groundwater model development; groundwater recharge modelling; stakeholder uptake of modelling results; simulation of groundwater flooding; gas movement through the unsaturated zone; integrated environmental modelling
Dr
Andrew
Hughes
British Geological Survey
Kingsley Dunham Centre
Keyworth
Keyworth
0115 936 3464
www.bgs.ac.uk
Dr Ian Littlewood British Hydrological Society hydrology; modelling and characterisation of catchment-scale rainfall-streamflow (and streamflow-pH) dynamics; river mass load estimation; Editor (BHS) of Hydrology Research: an International Journal
Dr
Ian
Littlewood
Editor (BHS) Hydrology Research: an International Journal
British Hydrological Society
Editor (BHS) Hydrology Research: an International Journal
19 Rawthey Avenue
Didcot
01235 815 077
www.iwaponline.com/nh/
Dr Parneet Paul Brunel University water and wastewater engineering, drainage design and development, wastewater treatment design, natural wastewater reuse, sanitary microbiology, water engineering in developing countries, membranes in wastewater.
Dr
Parneet
Paul
Lecturer in Hydraulic / Environmental Fluid Mechanics. Civil Engineering
Brunel University
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
Dr Rebecca Bates Brunel University international environmental law, water law. Human right to water, access to water, integrating an ecosystem approach with water supply and access arrangements.
Dr
Rebecca
Bates
Law Lecturer - Water Sustainability Research Centre
Brunel University
Professor John Sumpter Brunel University chemicals in the aquatic environment and their effects in fish. Estrogenic chemicals , other human pharmaceuticals present in rivers (beta-blockers and anti-cancer drugs.
Professor
John
Sumpter
Professor of Ecotoxicology, Institute for the Environment
Brunel University

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