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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
Professor Karl Ritz Cranfield University characterisation and quantification of the soil biota; factors which govern the structure and function of soil microbial communities; functional consequences of soil microbial diversity; quantification of the spatial organisation of soil communities and p
Professor
Karl
Ritz
Cranfield University
Environmental Science and Technology
01234 758 064
www.cranfield.ac.uk
Professor R Jane Rickson Cranfield University soil erosion; sediment; water quality; land degradation; land compaction; land and water management
Professor
R Jane
Rickson
Cranfield University
Department of Environmental Science and Technology
National Soil Resources Institute
Cranfield University
Bedford
01234 750 111
www.cranfield.ac.uk
Dr Elise Cartmell Cranfield University micropollutants; anaerobic digestion; sludge characterisation
Dr
Elise
Cartmell
Cranfield University
Cranfield Water Science Institute
College Road
01234 750 111
www.cranfield.ac.uk
Professor Paul Jeffrey Cranfield University water reuse; water conservation; water management; human dimensions of water use; resilience
Professor
Paul
Jeffrey
Paul is Professor of Water Management at Cranfield University and Director of the STREAM Industrial Doctorate Centre
Cranfield University
Cranfield Water Science Institute
Building 39
Cranfield University
Cranfield
01234 754 814
Professor Bruce Jefferson Cranfield University natural organic matter and algae treatment; membranes processes coupled to biological or chemical reactors; water recycling for urban (grey and black water); industrial and aquifer recharge applications
Professor
Bruce
Jefferson
Cranfield University
Environmental Science and Technology
01234 754 813
www.cranfield.ac.uk
Mr Martin Janes Cranfield University River restoration and management, European Centre for River Restoration ECRR
Mr
Martin
Janes
River Restoration Centre Manager, Environmental Science and Technology
Cranfield University
01234 752 979
Dr Ian Holman Cranfield University impacts of land use and management on catchment hydrology; groundwater recharge; flood risk management; climate change
Dr
Ian
Holman
Cranfield University
Environmental Science and Technology
01234 750 111
www.cranfield.ac.uk
Dr Daniel McGonigle Defra land management, catchment management, sustainable farming, water quality, water use in agriculture
Dr
Daniel
McGonigle
Defra research programme manager
Defra
Sustainable Land and Soils
Area 8B LMB
17 Smith Square,
London
0207 238 1521
randd.defra.gov.uk/
Dr Jeff Warburton Durham University peat erosion; flood geomorphology; shallow landslides; geocryology; geomorphology of upland rivers and mountain streams; mountain sediment systems
Dr
Jeff
Warburton
Durham University
Department of Geography
South Road
Durham
0192 334 1952
www.dur.ac.uk
www.dur.ac.uk/geography/
Dr Robert Baxter Durham University arctic plant ecology; carbon partitioning in plants; climate change and plant ecophysiology; land-atmosphere interactions; montane plant ecology; pollution ecology; snow-vegetation-atmosphere interactions; stress physiology in plants
Dr
Robert
Baxter
Durham University
School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
South Road
Durham
0191 334 1261
www.durham.ac.uk
www.dur.ac.uk/biosciences/
Professor John Wainwright Durham University modelling of human-environment interactions; geomorphology and geoarchaeology of arid, semi-arid and Mediterranean regions; overland flow and soil erosion; links between hydrological, geomorphological and ecological processes; modelling of hydrological an
Professor
John
Wainwright
Durham University
Department of Geography
South Road
Durham
0191 33 43499
www.dur.ac.uk/geography/
Dr Martyn Lucas Durham University introduced and invasive aquatic animals; conservation biology of aquatic animals; behaviour and respiratory physiology of fish; effects of pollution on fish and macro invertebrates; fisheries management; telemetry and radiotracking
Dr
Martyn
Lucas
Durham University
School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
South Road
Durham
0191 334 1345
www.dur.ac.uk
www.dur.ac.uk/biosciences/
Professor Danny Donoghue Durham University remote sensing; environmental modelling;forestry; coastal change
Professor
Danny
Donoghue
Durham University
Department of Geography
South Road
Durham
0191 334 1867
www.dur.ac.uk
www.dur.ac.uk/geography/
Dr Douglas Henderson Edinburgh Napier University technical expertise in hydro-electric scheme development
Dr
Douglas
Henderson
Lecturer in Power Engineering - Scottish Energy Centre
Edinburgh Napier University
Dr Paul McLean Edinburgh Napier University consequences of silviculture and the natural environment on tree growth and wood properties
Dr
Paul
McLean
Senior Research Fellow - Forest Products Research institute
Edinburgh Napier University
Francois Bochereau Forest Research analysis of aquatic samples - chemical analysis on the ICP-OES instrument (Inductively Coupled Plasma-Optical Emission Spectrophotometer) and the Carbon and Nitrogen analyser, and for the Laboratory Information Management System
Francois
Bochereau
Laboratory Manager - Centre for Foresty and Climate Change
Forest Research
01420 526 206
Dr Tom Nisbert Forest Research forest hydrology; effects of forests on water quantity and quality; impacts on flooding and baseflows, forestry effects on surface water acidification; effects of shade on stream water temperature, Woodland for water - WFD
Dr
Tom
Nisbert
Programme Manager, Centre for Forestry and Climate Change
Forest Research
0142 022 255
Dr Sarah Green Forest Research impact of drought stress and fungal diseases of trees; drought and disease impacts on forestry in Scotland
Dr
Sarah
Green
Project Manager, Centre for Forestry and Climate Change
Forest Research
Dr James Morison Forest Research Trees, woodlands and forests and climate change; Plant environmental physiology, including plant response to stress, particularly water and temperature; Measurement and modelling of carbon uptake and water use by trees and plant control of water loss and
Dr
James
Morison
Programme Group Manager - Centre for Forestry and Climate Change
Forest Research
01420 526 175
Mr Huw Thomas Forest Research Floodplain forestry and hydrology; sustainable flood management; Hydraulic and hydrological impact of woodland restoration on floodplains; Restoration of large woody debris dams into watercourses
Mr
Huw
Thomas
Project Manager, Centre for Forestry and Climate Change
Forest Research
07810 863 799
Mr Carl Foster Forest Research Drought resilience of urban trees, sustainable urban greenspace and GI
Mr
Carl
Foster
Project Manager, Centre for Forestry and Climate Change
Forest Research
01420 526 185
Dr Nadeem Shah Forest Research Effects of forestry on water quantity and quality and the role of woodland in protecting and enhancing the water environment; Woodland for water - WFD; geochemistry, hydrology and subsurface microbiology
Dr
Nadeem
Shah
Project Manager, Centre for Forestry and Climate Change
Forest Research
0131 445 2176
Dr Eric Casella Forest Research Process-based modelling of water and carbon dioxide fluxes and energy and carbon balances of temperate forest ecosystems
Dr
Eric
Casella
Project Manager, Centre for Forestry and Climate Change
Forest Research
01420 526 284
Dr Duncan Ray Forest Research strategies to increase adaptive capacity for forest policy and planners; drought and disease impacts on forestry in Scotland; how forests and forestedd landscapes provide ecosystem services; rainfall interception in forests
Dr
Duncan
Ray
Programme Group Manager - Land Use and Ecosystem Services.
Forest Research
0131 445 2176
Ms Samantha Broadmeadow Forest Research Forestry hydrology; GIS and data management; benefits of riparian woodlands to freshwater ecosystems; climate change and forestry in Wales; riparian shade and control of water temperature in Salmonid rivers; woodland creation to reduce diffuse polluition,
Ms
Samantha
Broadmeadow
Ecohydrologist, Centre for Forestry and Climate Change
Forest Research
01420 526 208

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