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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
Dr Shaun Russell Wales Environment Research Hub environmental assessment; natural resources management
Dr
Shaun
Russell
Wales Environment Research Hub
Environment Centre Wales
Deiniol Road
Bangor
Gwynedd
01248 382 234
Dr Jennie Barron University of York systems approach to water and land management in field to meso-scale watersheds for food production, ivelihood improvement and ecosystem services, developing countries
Dr
Jennie
Barron
Research Fellow in Water Management
University of York
Professor Mike Ashmore University of York atmospheric pollution, critical loads for metals
Professor
Mike
Ashmore
Prof of Environmental Science, Stockholm Environment Institute
University of York
Annemarieke de Bruin University of York agricuultural water management, monitoring and evaluation and participatory GIS, both in developing countries and in UK
Annemarieke
de Bruin
Research Associate
University of York
Steve Cinderby University of York use of participatory GIS in developing countries assessing issues around agricultural water management. Rural economies and Land Use in the UK and Land cover mapping.
Steve
Cinderby
Deputy Director of SEI York
University of York
Dr Cecile Brugere University of York sustainability and socio-economic impacts of acquatic resources use and development. aquaculture, shrimp farming, Thailand
Dr
Cecile
Brugere
Research Fellow.
University of York
Dr Ian Maddock University of Worcester river science, fluvial geomorphology, hydroecology, ecohydraulics and aquatic habitat modelling
Dr
Ian
Maddock
University of Worcester
Institute of Science & the Environment
Henwick Grove
Worcester
01905 855 180
Ben Watson University of Westminster water-saving behaviours and products to the general public
Ben
Watson
Research Fellow -Policy Studies institute
University of Westminster
Dr Brenda McHardy University of Westminster uptake of metals from road runoff by aquatic macrophytes. Biological monitoring of freshwater ecosystems. Heavy metals in freshwater systems.
Dr
Brenda
McHardy
Senior Lecturer - School of Life Sciences
University of Westminster
Dr Stuart Thompson University of Westminster relationships between plant cell wall biochemistry, plant cell wall mechanical behaviour and plant physiology; what wall components are involved in regulating cell wall spacing and water content,
Dr
Stuart
Thompson
Senior Lecturer in Plant Biochemistry
University of Westminster
www.westminster.ac.uk/?a=14969
Dr Sharron McEldowney University of Westminster environmental microbiology; the interaction between science and environmental policy-making and regulation; Environmental standard setting specifically linked to water systems and chemicals; The impact of scientific uncertainty and the precautionary p
Dr
Sharron
McEldowney
Principle Lecturer - School of Life Sciences :
University of Westminster
Dr Simon Dresner University of Westminster design of an environmentally and socially conscious water metering tariff in the UK, green taxation,
Dr
Simon
Dresner
Research Fellow -Policy Studies institute
University of Westminster
Professor Jane Lewis University of Westminster harmful algal blooms (particularly in coastal/marine environment), application of molecular genomic techniques to different between toxic and non-toxic species.
Professor
Jane
Lewis
Dean of School of Life Sciences
University of Westminster
Mr Nicholas Moore University of West London the role of participation in the maintenance of sustainable small scale infrastructure projects in developing countries - focussing upon water projects - Central America
Mr
Nicholas
Moore
Filed Leader - School of Computing and Technology
University of West London
Dr John Walsh University of Warwick plant - virus interactions; identifying, characterising, mapping and understanding the mechanism of plant resistance genes and identifying their viral determinants with a view to developing durable resistance to potyviruses; understanding virus - virus in
Dr
John
Walsh
University of Warwick
School of Life Sciences
Wellesbourne
Warwick
024 7657 5028
Dr Jeremy Hamilton University of Ulster photocatalytic technologies for removal of persistant pollutants in water purification
Dr
Jeremy
Hamilton
Research Associate - Nanotechnology and Integrated Bioengineering Centre
University of Ulster
Dr David Griffith University of Ulster assemblage size structures, fish biogeography at local regional and global scales. Structure and functioning of aquatic communities. Pollan and Opossum Scrimp
Dr
David
Griffith
Reader Emeritus - Environmental Sciences Research Institute ESRI
University of Ulster
Dr Katrina McIntosh University of Ulster ecological modelling tools for lake management
Dr
Katrina
McIntosh
Research Associate - Environmental Sciences Research Institute ESRI
University of Ulster
Dr Joerg Arnscheidt University of Ulster water, quality, source tracking, sediment water interface, surface sub-surface water exchanges, transfers, pathways and dynamics of bacteria, groundwater ecology, limnology and hydrobilogy.
Dr
Joerg
Arnscheidt
Lecturer in Earth System Science - Environmental Sciences Research Institute ESRI
University of Ulster
Dr Patrick Dunlop University of Ulster synthesis, characterisation and application of nanostructured materials for the disinfection of microorganisms in water and wastewater. mechanism of degradation of microcystins in water using visible light active photocatalytic materials. development of
Dr
Patrick
Dunlop
Lecturer - Nanotechnology and Integrated Bioengineering Centre
University of Ulster
Dr Richard Douglas University of Ulster biogeochemical cycling and sedimentation in lakes, trace metals and phytoplankton; lake morphology and trophic state; climate change impacts on shallow lakes.
Dr
Richard
Douglas
Senior Lecturer in Freshwater Sciences - Environmental Sciences Research Institute ESRI
University of Ulster
Professor Brian Rippey University of Ulster aquatic chemistry; the fate and effects of oxygen, heavy metals and phosphorus in lakes, particularly the sedimentary record of environmental change and processes; ecological assessment and environmental toxicology
Professor
Brian
Rippey
University of Ulster
School of Environmental Sciences
Cromore Road
Coleraine
028 7012 4864
Professor Phil Jordan University of Ulster eutrophication of freshwaters, palaeoliminogy with regard to chemical dynamics, hydrochemistry and hydrochemical modelling, especially with regard to chemical mobilisation and runoff
Professor
Phil
Jordan
Professor of Catchment Science - Environmental Sciences Research Institute ESRI
University of Ulster
Professor John Bryne University of Ulster fabrication, characterisation and application of photocatalytic materials, photocatalytic treatment of water using solar energy
Professor
John
Bryne
Professor - Nanotechnology and Integrated Bioengineering Centre
University of Ulster
Dr Alex Gagnon University of the West of Scotland vulnerability and adaptation to climate change; Climate variability and predictability; Climatic and environmental influences on health issues.
Dr
Alex
Gagnon
Lecturer in Environmental Science and Decision Support
University of the West of Scotland

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