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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
Dr Mark Scrimshaw Brunel University sustainability related to recovery of phosphorus from wastewaters. Emerging contaminants; the evaluation of their environmental impact; sources, fate and behaviour of organic micro-pollutants in sediment and water; the fate of contaminants in wastewater t
Dr
Mark
Scrimshaw
Reader in Environmental Chemistry
Brunel University
Professor Andreas Kortenkamp Brunel University Understanding combination effects of mixtures of chemicals upon human health. Regulatory strategies for dealing with mixtures; Hormones and hormonal carinogenesis (DG Environment report on State of the Art in Mixture Toxicology - 2009)
Professor
Andreas
Kortenkamp
Professor of Human Toxicology
Brunel University
01895 266 525
Dr Stephen Kershaw Brunel University geohazard research associated with climate change, in Greece and Mexico, including changes in aquifers, flood risk and landslides.
Dr
Stephen
Kershaw
Senior Lecturer in Environmental Geosciences - Intitute for the Environment
Brunel University
Dr Phil Collins Brunel University deformation and failure of ground and engineered materials; freeze-thaw and karst. Palaeoenvironmental change - Patterns and rates of change in river, montane and coastal settings.
Dr
Phil
Collins
Deputy Head, Civil Engineering / Senior Lecturer in Geology and Geotechnical Engineering - WSRC Water Sustainability Research Centre
Brunel University
Dr Edwin Routledge Brunel University reproductive effects of endocrine active chemicals on aquatic wildlife, particularly freshwater fish and gastropod mulluscs. the health effects of consuming direct potable reuse water, validation of the efficacy of a novel device to kill pathogenic bacter
Dr
Edwin
Routledge
Senior Lecturer in Aquatic Ecotoxicology - Intitute for the Environment
Brunel University
Professor Tassos Karayiannis Brunel University heat transfer, heat exchangers, thermal systems, renewables.
Professor
Tassos
Karayiannis
Deputy Head of School - Mechanical Engineering - Water Sustainability Research Centre
Brunel University
Mr Fintan Clear Brunel University ICT adoption issues, data security and management responses, eGovernment and web accessibility.
Mr
Fintan
Clear
Water Sustainability Research Centre
Brunel University
Dr Abdul Chaudhary Brunel University development of clean up technologies - removal of toxic pollutants from textile, leather, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and chemical industries.
Dr
Abdul
Chaudhary
Senior Lecturer in Environmental Chemistry - Water Sustainability Research Centre
Brunel University
Professor Susan Jobling Brunel University which mixtures of chemicals including estrogenic compounds, produce feminisation in fish, and which also affect human health. Effects of neonatal exposure and later susceptibility to disease. Models and test systems with which to predict the dafety of ch
Professor
Susan
Jobling
Head of the Institute for the Environment,Professor of Ecotoxicology
Brunel University
Professor Roger Powell Brunel University optimal pump schedules for water distribution with maximum demand charges; LFT/SDP approach to the uncertainty analysis for state estimation of water distribution systems, IEE Proceedings
Professor
Roger
Powell
Senior Lecturer - Electronic and Computer Engineering - Water Sustainability Research Centre
Brunel University
Dr Jayne Brian Brunel University effects of mixtures of estrogenic chemicals in fish, whether additional stressors (eg temperature, dissolved oxygen, presence of additional chemicals, etc) influence the way fish respond estrogenic mixtures, implications of climate change for freshwater f
Dr
Jayne
Brian
Research Fellow - Intitute for the Environment
Brunel University
Dr Nuhu Braimah Brunel University fluid mechanics and hydraulics, water engineering, design and construction in developing world (Ghana)
Dr
Nuhu
Braimah
Lecturer in Construction/Infrastructure Management
Brunel University
Dr Daniel Pickford Brunel University ecotoxicology of endocrine disruption, effects on amphibians, methods to detect thyroid-mimicking chemicals
Dr
Daniel
Pickford
Lecturer in Freshwater Ecotoxicologist - Institute for the Environment
Brunel University
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 Steve Ormerod Cardiff University ecosystem quality; aquatic organisms; surface water acidification; ecology of river and wetland birds; climatic effects on upland rivers; ecosystem services
Professor
Steve
Ormerod
Leader of Individuals, Ecosystems and Global Change Group
Cardiff University
Cardiff School of Biosciences
Biomedical Sciences Building
Museum Avenue
Cardiff
029 2087 5871
www.cardiff.ac.uk
Dr Christopher Bear Cardiff University Relationships between humans, anmals and technologies - focusing upon the aquatic environment; recreational and commercial fisheries;
Dr
Christopher
Bear
Lecturer in Human Geography - School of Planning and Geography
Cardiff University
Dr Sian Griffith Cardiff University Aquatic ecology - interactions between individual behaviour and population processes that are essential for understanding and conserving natural biodiversity; consequences of climate change for salmonid ecology; ability of salmonid fish to recognise kin
Dr
Sian
Griffith
Senior Lecturer - School of Biosciences
Cardiff University
Dr Ian Vaughan Cardiff University use of diverse statistical methods to answer ecological questions; focus is upon river systems, both in their own right and as model systems for the development of ecological theory and methods; the relationships between physical habitat, ecological pro
Dr
Ian
Vaughan
Lecturer - School of Biosciences
Cardiff University
Dr Akintunde Babatunde Cardiff University Energy efficient water and wastewater treatment engineering; Constructed and engineered wetlands and reedbeds; Energy and resource recovery from water/waste/wastewater processes and infrastructure; Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems; Deployment of comp
Dr
Akintunde
Babatunde
Lecturer - School of Engineering
Cardiff University
Dr Carsten Muller Cardiff University Biologically active chemicals in ecology and the environment; endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) are passed on through the food chain and affect bird song and immune response at levels present in the environment and indicated a potential of synergism b
Dr
Carsten
Muller
Lecturer - School of Biosciences
Cardiff University
Dr Gabrielle Archard Cardiff University Parasites in fish - Gyrodactylus salaris; causes of variability in susceptibility and transmission increases our understanding of how parasite populations spread within and between host populations.
Dr
Gabrielle
Archard
Marie Curie Fellow
Cardiff University
Dr Snehasis Tripathy Cardiff University Saturated and unsaturated soils; expansive soil behaviour, swelling pressures, nuclear waste disposal, soil mechanics; geotechnical engineering;
Dr
Snehasis
Tripathy
Senior Lecturer - School of Engineering
Cardiff University
Professor Hywel Thomas Cardiff University Soil moisture; matrix suction measurement; urban pollution; chemo-osmotic consolidation of clays; thermo-hydro-mechanical modelling; Non-isothermal multi-component reactive transport model for unsaturated soil; Evaluating remediation options for contami
Professor
Hywel
Thomas
Director - Geoenvironmental Research Centre - School of Engineering
Cardiff University
Professor Roger Falconer Cardiff University modelling; flow; water quality; sediment and contaminant transport
Professor
Roger
Falconer
Cardiff University
School of Engineering, Hydro-environmental Research Centre
Queen's Buildings
The Parade
Cardiff
029 2087 4280
www.cardiff.ac.uk
Dr Catherine Wilson Cardiff University vegetation hydrodynamics and the the interaction of vegetation and flow in river and estuarine systems, 3-D Computational Fluid Dynamics modelling of environmental hydraulics, (c) the impact of climate change on ecosystems and the linkage between hydrodyn
Dr
Catherine
Wilson
Senior Lecturer - School of Engineering
Cardiff University

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