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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
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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 Philip Warren University of Sheffield the structure and function of ecological communities, and the threats to their integrity; ecology of urban ecosystems; application of community ecology to managing environmental impacts in freshwater habitats
Dr
Philip
Warren
University of Sheffield
Department of Animal and Plant Sciences
Alfred Denny Building
Western Bank
Sheffield
0114 222 0031
Dr Alejandro Dussaillant-Jones U Greenwich - Vadose zone; sustainable drainage systems; infiltration and groundwater recharge
Dr
Alejandro
Dussaillant-Jones
Civil Engineering
U Greenwich
Medway campus
Pembroke south
Chatham
http://www2.gre.ac.uk/about/faculty/engsci/study/civeng/staff/Alejandro-Dussaillant-Jones
Professor Lynne Crowe Sheffield Hallam University access and countryside recreation, national parks, human health and wellbeing
Professor
Lynne
Crowe
Sheffield Hallam University
Ms Linda Lewis University of Sheffield accounting for sustainable development from the perspective of social and environmental accounting, environmental management and environmental management accounting
Ms
Linda
Lewis
Senior Lecturer in Accounting - Sheffield Management School
University of Sheffield
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 Pattanathu Rahman Teeside University activated absorbents for removal of toxic substances from water. Microbial-mediated anerobic digestion of waste.
Dr
Pattanathu
Rahman
Senior Lecturer in Chemical Processes
Teeside University
Alessandro Battaglia University of Leicester Active and passive remote sensing of clouds and precipitation from ground-based and space-borne platforms is the central theme of
Alessandro
Battaglia
University of Leicester
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Leicester
Leicester
0116 2523521
Dr Terry McGenity University of Essex activities of and interactions between microbes and their effects on past and present environments; carbon cycling in marine and estuarine environments; cycling of extracellular polymeric substances; pollution microbiology; extremophiles; biotechnological
Dr
Terry
McGenity
University of Essex
School of Biological sciences
Wivenhoe Par
Colchester
01206 872 535
Dr Nebil Achour Loughborough University Adaptability and Resilience of Healthcare Infrastructure to Extreme Weather Events Associated with Climate Change
Dr
Nebil
Achour
Research Associate - Civil and Building Engineering
Loughborough University
01509 223 641
Ms Joanne Parker Loughborough University Adaption and resilience of water resource systems to climate change; use of micro-component flow meter dataset of household water use, sensitivity of metered water components to climate change variability and change, review of long term demand projection
Ms
Joanne
Parker
Postgraduate Research Student - Dept of Geography
Loughborough University
01509 222 751
Professor Andrew Lovett University of East Anglia agri-environmental schemes, economic analysis of measures, catchment management, GIS, landscape planning
Professor
Andrew
Lovett
Co-Leader of the Wensum Demonstration Test catchment project for Defra, see www.wensumalliance.org.uk
University of East Anglia
School of Environmental Management
School of Environmental Sciences
University of East Anglia
Norwich
01603 593 126
www.wensumalliance.org.uk
Dr Helena Posthumous University of Greenwich agricultural economics and policy; environmental policy; rural land use; flood-risk management; soil and water conservation; market-value chains; stakeholder analysis; ecosystems approaches; impact assessment; statistical analysis; and technology adoption
Dr
Helena
Posthumous
Socio-economist - Livelihoods and Institutions Group - Natural Resources Institute
University of Greenwich
Dr Paul Wilson University of Nottingham Agriculture and food economics, understanding behavioural change in farm business management, adaptation to agri-environmental signals.
Dr
Paul
Wilson
Associate Professor of Management & Director, Rural Business Research Unit
University of Nottingham
Faculty of Science
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
Professor Mike Revitt Middlesex University air and water pollution; assessment and control of pollutants; environmental chemistry; environmental technology; analytical chemistry; water quality control and management
Professor
Mike
Revitt
Professor of Environmental Chemistry
Middlesex University
School of Science and Technology
The Burroughs
Hendon
London
0208 411 6374
www.mdx.ac.uk
Dr Michael Gormley Heriot-Watt University air pressure transients in building drainage systems, modelling, analysis and suppresion; solid transport in building drainage systems; water conservation-lowflush WC performance testing; water and sanitation in developing countries and emergency relief.
Dr
Michael
Gormley
Senior Lecturer - School of the Built Environment
Heriot-Watt University
Dr Jonathan Grey Queen Mary, University of London alternative resources fuelling aquatic food webs; effects of invasive species; hind-casting; cross ecosystem boundary linkages
Dr
Jonathan
Grey
Queen Mary, University of London
School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Mile End Road
London
020 7882 5688
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
Dr Gavin Collins University of Glasgow anaerobic biofilms, sand filters, treatment of mine waters
Dr
Gavin
Collins
Lecturer in Environmental Engineering
University of Glasgow
Professor Giuliano Premier University of Glamorgan anaerobic digestion, biohydrogen production, energy from renewables and the hydrogen economy in Wales. systems knowledge associated with anaerobic processes; biological fuel cells -microbial (whole cell) fuel cells, which are able to convert organic subst
Professor
Giuliano
Premier
Professor - Sustainable Environment Research Centre - Faculty of Health, Sport & Science
University of Glamorgan
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 Stephen Wise University of Sheffield analysis of errors in Digital Elevation Models, potential which global DEMs offer us to address some fundamental questions in geomorphology, using geomorphometric techniques, methodological developments in GIS in a number of areas, including data captur
Dr
Stephen
Wise
Lecturer
University of Sheffield
Dr Annie Ockelford Loughborough University Analysis of river bed stability and structure using high resolution, high accuracy data capture methods. Fluid flow regime and upstream sediment supply; effects of porosity on vertical momentum exchange in gravel river beds as it affects sediment ingress,
Dr
Annie
Ockelford
Research Associate - Dept of Geography
Loughborough University
01509 222798

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