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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
Dr Isabelle Durance Cardiff University landscape ecology and biodiversity conservation; climate change and river ecosystem; land use change; climate change; water quality
Dr
Isabelle
Durance
Organisms and Environment Team
Cardiff University
Cardiff School of Biosciences
Biomedical Sciences Building
Museum Avenue
Cardiff
078 0077 4484
www.cardiff.ac.uk
Dr Yuesuo Yang Cardiff University environmental hydrogeologist with research strengths in environmental engineering and numerical modelling of fluid dynamics, coupled inverse groundwater flow and solute transport modelling, characterisation of contaminated sites, GIS applications and spat
Dr
Yuesuo
Yang
Senior Lecturer - School of Earth & Ocean Sciences
Cardiff University
Dr Thorsten Stoesser Cardiff University Turbulence statistics of open-channel flow over a rough bed; Transport and deposition of fine sediment in open channels; Turbulence statistics of flow in compound open channels; Turbulent flow through idealized emergent vegetation;
Dr
Thorsten
Stoesser
Professor - School of Engineering
Cardiff University
Dr Sergio Lourenco Cardiff University the hydraulic and mechanical behaviour of soils (natural, engineered and contaminated) in relation to environmental factors, soil wettability, slope stability; landslides
Dr
Sergio
Lourenco
Lecturer in Engineering Geoscience - School of Earth and Ocean Sciences
Cardiff University
Dr Fred Slater Cardiff University amphibian, otter and crayfish ecology and the ecology of ephemeral upland pools; the impact of roads on wildlife, to environmental impact assessment, from river habitat restoration to Indus River Dolphins and from ecotourism to bio-filtration.
Dr
Fred
Slater
Honorary Senior Research Fellow - School of Biosciences
Cardiff University
Professor Binliang Lin Cardiff University modelling of open channel flows; flood routing in the lower Yellow River, China; modelling sediment-bacteria interaction in surface waters; motor vehicles in floodwaters; flash floods in urban areas. Severn tidal barrage.
Professor
Binliang
Lin
Arup Professor of Hydro-environmental Engineering - School of Engineering
Cardiff University
Dr Devin Sapsford Cardiff University Treatment of minewaters, wetland bioremediation; phosphorus removal using cement bound ochre pellets;
Dr
Devin
Sapsford
Lecturer - School of Engineering
Cardiff University
Dr Jose Constantine Cardiff University Fluvial and coastal geomorphology; development of riparian habitat along meandering rivers across a range of geographic settings; mitigate flood risk along managed rivers by restoring the natural dynamics; dynamics that enhance topographic complexity im
Dr
Jose
Constantine
Lecturer - School of Earth & Ocean Sciences
Cardiff University
Dr Hefin Jones Cardiff University Population and community ecology, climate change and biodiversity. The effect of climate change on wetland ecosystems ; Climate change and dynamic sediment controls on stream organisms: a case study in the Severn Catchment
Dr
Hefin
Jones
Senior Lecturer - School of Biosciences
Cardiff University
Dr Elizabeth Chadwick Cardiff University freshwater aquatic systems, particularly the Eurasian otter and British amphibians.
Dr
Elizabeth
Chadwick
Project Manager - Cardiff University Otter Project
Cardiff University
Dr Peter Randerson Cardiff University Biofiltration of effluents in constructed wetland systems - for farms; role of willow roots in oxygenating the sub-surface environment of CWs, and its importance in pollutant removal
Dr
Peter
Randerson
Senior Lecturer - School of Biosciences
Cardiff University
Dr Steve Rees Cardiff University Soil moisture, ttrees and slope stability; seasonal uptake of water by roots, swelling pressure in an expansive soil, soil moisture variations and effects on heat losses from earth-contact structures.
Dr
Steve
Rees
Lecturer - School of Engineering
Cardiff University
Dr Joanne Cable Cardiff University Parasites in fish ; Life history traits (transmission dynamics, host specificity, virulence and reproduction) of gyrodactylids and their impact on host fitness. Host genetic diversity and parasite resistance; Parasite molecular taxonomy and epidemiology
Dr
Joanne
Cable
Reader - School of Biosciences
Cardiff University
Dr Dimitris Potoglou Cardiff University Use of stated preference data to model the willingness to pay for improvements in water services.
Dr
Dimitris
Potoglou
Lecturer in Transport and Applied Choice Analysis - School of Planning and Geography
Cardiff University
Dr Sarah Perkins Cardiff University Using the invasive bank vole in the Republic of Ireland as a model system I am carrying out a multi-disciplinary investigation of the role of parasites in the population dynamics of invasive species, using molecular ecology, immunology, and social network
Dr
Sarah
Perkins
Marie Curie Fellow - School of Biosciences
Cardiff University
Dr Michaela Bray Cardiff University weather radars, rain gauges and numerical weather prediction models for hydrological purposes; Sensitivity of the Weather Research & Forecasting (WRF) model to downscaling ratios and storm types in rainfall simulation; uncertainty for extreme events in
Dr
Michaela
Bray
Lecturer - School of Engineering
Cardiff University
Dr Carlos Campos Cefas environmental microbiology and human health; sanitary profiling of shellfish waters; wastewater treatment
Dr
Carlos
Campos
Water Quality
Cefas
Barrack Road
The Nothe
Weymouth
7748154486
https://www.cefas.co.uk/
Mr Carlos Campos Cefas Effects of sewage discharges, diffuse pollution and meteorological factors on the microbiological quality of coastal waters; Microbiological water quality issues affecting commercial shellfisheries; Catchment-level pollution assessments; Environmental con
Mr
Carlos
Campos
Aquatic Health & Hygiene; Food Safety Group
Cefas
Barrack Road
The Nothe
Weymouth
http://www.cefas.defra.gov.uk/our-science/animal-health-and-food-safety/food-safety/shellfisheries-water-quality.aspx
http://www.met.reading.ac.uk/users/users/1127
Mr Stephen Turner Centre for Ecology & Hydrology hydrology; flooding; drought; hydrometry
Mr
Stephen
Turner
Water Resources
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Maclean Building
Benson Lane
Crowmarsh Gifford, Wallingford
01491 692555
https://www.ceh.ac.uk/staff/stephen-turner
Dr Harry Dixon Centre for Ecology & Hydrology hydrometry; hydrometric data analysis and interpretation; environmental / hydrological data management; quantification and attribution of hydrological variability; Hydrological software development
Dr
Harry
Dixon
UK National River Flow Archive; Secretary, UK Committee for National and International Hydrology (UK National Committee for the UNESCO International Hydrological Programme and WMO Hydrology and Water Resources Programme); Member, British Standards Committ
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Benson Lane, Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 692 254
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 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
Dr Nick Ostle Centre for Ecology and Hydrology global change effects of land use; climate change and atmospheric deposition on biodiversity and other ecosystem services; plant-soil interactions and their influence on carbon and nitrogen cycles in peatlands and grasslands
Dr
Nick
Ostle
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Lancaster
Library Avenue
Bailrigg
Lancaster
01524 595 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
no@ceh.ac.uk
Mr Jamie Hannaford Centre for Ecology and Hydrology hydrological data; Monitoring; Trends; Climate Change; Droughts; Floods.
Mr
Jamie
Hannaford
I manage the UK National River Flow Archive held at CEH in Wallingford - the NRFA is the UK's main focal point for hydrological data. www.ceh.ac.uk/data/nrfa/
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
National River Flow Archive
Maclean Building
Benson Lane
Crowmarsh Gifford
01491 692 234
Dr Matthew O'Hare Centre for Ecology and Hydrology factors influencing the ecology of aquatic plants; herbivory and eutrophication; interaction between water flow and plants; river restoration; freshwater invertebrate ecology
Dr
Matthew
O'Hare
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Edinburgh
Bush Estate
Penicuik
0131 445 8516
www.ceh.ac.uk

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