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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
Dr Chris Taylor Centre for Ecology and Hydrology climate feedbacks
Dr
Chris
Taylor
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
cmt@ceh.ac.uk
Professor Ed Tipping Centre for Ecology and Hydrology acidity; metals and natural organic matter in soils and waters; modelling
Professor
Ed
Tipping
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Lancaster
Library Avenue
Bailrigg
Lancaster
01524 595 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
edt@ceh.ac.uk
Dr Jon Finch Centre for Ecology and Hydrology evaporation at the catchment scale; eco-hydrological impacts modelling; hydrological impacts and yields of energy crops; hydrological processes in the soil and unsaturated zones of chalk; impacts of land-use change on the physical environment of the lands
Dr
Jon
Finch
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
jon@ceh.ac.uk
Dr Muhammad Afzal Centre for Ecology and Hydrology vulnerability of water suppllies to climate change; historic trends in rainfall variability; hydrological modelling, water storage across UK; risk and vulnerability
Dr
Muhammad
Afzal
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
+44 (0)1491 692700
Professor Mike Acreman Centre for Ecology and Hydrology the interface between hydrology and ecology; water needs of aquatic ecosystems, including rivers and wetlands; UK river requirements to meet the European Water Framework Directive; guidelines on environmental flow releases from reservoirs; hydrological fu
Professor
Mike
Acreman
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 692 263
www.ceh.ac.uk
man@ceh.ac.uk
Dr Cecilia Svensson Centre for Ecology and Hydrology spatial and temporal features of heavy rainfall; hydrological extremes; characterisation of rainfall at daily and sub-daily resolutions; assessment of trends and spatial dependence in river flows; seasonal forecasting of river flows
Dr
Cecilia
Svensson
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
Professor Bridget Emmett Centre for Ecology and Hydrology biogeochemistry and ecosystem function; plant-soil interactions; impacts of nitrogen deposition and grazing pressure on upland acid grassland; impacts of climate change in heathlands; soil nitrogen transformations in semi-natural soils; carbon and nitroge
Professor
Bridget
Emmett
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Bangor
Environment Centre Wales
Deiniol Road
Bangor
01248 374500
www.ceh.ac.uk
bae@ceh.ac.uk
Dr David Spurgeon Centre for Ecology and Hydrology molecular mechanism of toxicity and adaptation to chemical exposure; environmental impacts of nanotechnology products; large scale risk; ecological risk assessment; chemical risks for human health
Dr
David
Spurgeon
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
Professor Stephen Maberly Centre for Ecology and Hydrology ecophysiology of aquatic plants - inorganic carbon as an ecological factor; long-term dataset analysis; effects of climate change and nutrient enrichment on lake function; effect of nitrogen as a limiting nutrient in freshwaters; link between catchment pr
Professor
Stephen
Maberly
Head of the Lake Ecosystem Group
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Lancaster
Library Avenue
Bailrigg
Lancaster
01524 595 851
www.ceh.ac.uk
scm@ceh.ac.uk
Dr Steve Lofts Centre for Ecology and Hydrology modelling of chemical speciation in terrestrial and aquatic systems; consideration of metal speciation and bioavailability in toxic effects and environmental risk assessment; understanding and modelling the bioavailability and toxicity of metal and metal
Dr
Steve
Lofts
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Lancaster
Library Avenue
Bailrigg
Lancaster
01524 595 878
www.ceh.ac.uk
Dr Graham Leeks Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Dr
Graham
Leeks
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
Dr Steven Cole Centre for Ecology and Hydrology real-time flood forecasting; hydrological modelling; lumped and distributed rainfall-runoff models; rainfall estimation using weather radar and/or raingauges; probabilistic flood forecasting; post-event anaylsis (storms and floods); support of operational
Dr
Steven
Cole
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
Dr Ian Jones Centre for Ecology and Hydrology interactions between physics and ecology in lakes; impacts of climate change on lakes; automatic lake monitoring buoys; mixing in lakes; heat and momentum fluxes at the lake surface; nutrient transport in lakes
Dr
Ian
Jones
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Lancaster
Library Avenue
Bailrigg
Lancaster
01524 595 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
Dr Andrew Johnson Centre for Ecology and Hydrology assessing the level of threat to the natural environment from chemical and biological hazards; aquatic environment; assessing threat posed by chemicals; nanoparticles and viruses; temporal and spatial assessment of chemical contamination of native fish
Dr
Andrew
Johnson
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
ajo@ceh.ac.uk
Professor Alan Jenkins Centre for Ecology and Hydrology hydrochemical modelling; development of models for predicting the impact of air pollution on soils and surface waters; assessment of the efficacy of international agreements on emission reductions; diffuse pollution and the transport of chemicals from soi
Professor
Alan
Jenkins
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
Mr Gwyn Rees Centre for Ecology and Hydrology river regimes; regional scale hydrology; low flows; glacier hydrology; data management; environmental informatics
Mr
Gwyn
Rees
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
Dr Chris Huntingford Centre for Ecology and Hydrology global carbon cycle and mitigation policy; detection and attribution of climate change; climate-induced changes in runoff and rainfall patterns including extremes; land-atmosphere feedbacks; giocrops and geo-engineering
Dr
Chris
Huntingford
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Wallingford
Maclean Building
Crowmarsh Gifford
Wallingford
01491 838 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
chg@ceh.ac.uk
Dr David Howard Centre for Ecology and Hydrology energy system and ecosystem service interactions; energy generation from natural resources; impact of energy capture and use; environmental monitoring
Dr
David
Howard
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Lancaster
Library Avenue
Bailrigg
Lancaster
01524 595 800
www.ceh.ac.uk
Dr Tim Hess Cranfield University water for food; water footprint; irrigation; flood risk management; agriculture; biodiversity
Dr
Tim
Hess
Cranfield University
Environmental Science and Technology
01234 750 111
www.cranfield.ac.uk
Professor Jim Harris Cranfield University integrated ecosystem modelling; interaction between the microbial community and soil structure; production of simplified ?ecosystem health? indices applied to restoration and land use; feedback mechanisms between soil plants and the atmosphere; Natural C
Professor
Jim
Harris
Chair In Environmental Technology
Cranfield University
Environmental Science and Technology
01234 758 067
www.cranfield.ac.uk
Dr Keith Weatherhead Cranfield University climate change adaption; impacts of socio-economic and climate change on future water demand and resource availability; water resources for irrigation.
Dr
Keith
Weatherhead
Cranfield Water Science Institute
Cranfield University
Environmental Science and Technology
01234 758 368
www.cranfield.ac.uk
Mr Sean Turner Cranfield University hydrology; risk analysis; climate change; modelling; water resources management
Mr
Sean
Turner
Research Engineer on the STREAM EngD programme, sponsored by United Utilities, Severn Trent Water and Anglian Water.
Cranfield University
Water Science Institute
51 Clarke Avenue
Warrington
0786 094 4147
Professor Tom Stephenson Cranfield University wastewater treatment
Professor
Tom
Stephenson
Head of School of Applied Sciences
Cranfield University
School of Applied Sciences
01234 754054
www.cranfield.ac.uk
Dr Francis Hassard Cranfield University drinking water; biofilms; water quality; hazardous pollutants
Dr
Francis
Hassard
Cranfield Water Science Institute
Cranfield University
Vincent Building
Cranfield University
Bedford
https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/centres/water-sciences-institute
Dr Sophie Rocks Cranfield university risk assessment; materials characterisation; free radical toxicology; use and risk of engineered nanomaterials
Dr
Sophie
Rocks
Cranfield university
School of Applied Science
01234 750 111
www.cranfield.ac.uk

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