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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
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Abby Stancliffe Anglian Ruskin University Effects of trapping on non-native signal crayfish population structure (River Lark, Suffolk)
Abby
Stancliffe
Postgraduate Researcher - Dept of Life Sciences
Anglian Ruskin University
07824 720405
Dr Abdul Chaudhary Brunel University development of clean up technologies - removal of toxic pollutants from textile, leather, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and chemical industries.
Dr
Abdul
Chaudhary
Senior Lecturer in Environmental Chemistry - Water Sustainability Research Centre
Brunel University
Dr Abir Al-Tabbaa University of Cambridge Soil Mechanics, permeability, groundwater, seepage, contaminated groundwater, sensors for groundwater monitoring
Dr
Abir
Al-Tabbaa
Reader in Geotechnical Engineering - Dept of Engineering
University of Cambridge
Dr Achim Paetzold University of Sheffield riparian and freshwater ecology. role of spatial resource flows across ecosystem boundaries and the functional linkages of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. application of stable isotopes in food web studies. understanding the processes that control
Dr
Achim
Paetzold
Research Fellow
University of Sheffield
Dr Adam Jarvis University of Newcastle assessing the extent and severity of post-industrial and metal pollution; design and engineering of novel treatment methods for mining-related pollution; assessing the relative importance of diffuse and point source pollution; catchment-scale water pollut
Dr
Adam
Jarvis
University of Newcastle
School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Devonshire Building
Newcastle upon
0191 246 4871
www.ncl.ac.uk/energy
Adam Broadhead University of Sheffield deculverting for extraneous clean water separation of captured springs and streams from combined sewer systems
Adam
Broadhead
PhD Student
University of Sheffield
Dr Adebayo Adeloye Heriot-Watt University water reservoir storage-yield-performance functions, data-limited generalised water resources planning/assessment tools, climate change impact assessments on water resources, adaptation strategies, evaporation and evapotranspiration modelling, irrigation
Dr
Adebayo
Adeloye
Heriot-Watt University
School of the Built Environment
William Arrol Building
Riccarton
Edinburgh
0131 451 8236
www.hw.ac.uk
www.sbe.hw.ac.uk/index.htm
Adekunle Ibiyemi James Hutton Institute spatial optimum locations for micro-hydro-power in North-east Scotland. Sub-catchment characterisation
Adekunle
Ibiyemi
Research Assistant (GIS) - Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences
James Hutton Institute
Professor Adel Sharif University of Surrey membrane separations; desalinations and water purifications; renewable energy; enhanced oil recovery techniques.
Professor
Adel
Sharif
Director of CORA, Professor of Water Engineering and Processing
University of Surrey
Centre for Osmosis Research & Applications (CORA)
18 BC 02
University of Surrey
Guildford
01483 686 584
Professor Adrian McDonald University of Leeds resource assessment; natural hazards; microbial dynamics; water colour processes and control; catchment planning and risk; decision support systems; and water demand assessment
Professor
Adrian
McDonald
University of Leeds
School of Geography
Leeds
0113 343 3344
www.leeds.ac.uk
www.geog.leeds.ac.uk/
Professor Adrian Saul University of Sheffield quantitative and qualitative aspects of urban drainage; urban flooding; the performance of sewer ancillary structures; the prediction of sewer flow quality; whole life costs in sewerage
Professor
Adrian
Saul
University of Sheffield
Department of Civil and Structural Engineering
Sir Frederick Mappin Building
Mappin Street
Sheffield
0114 222 5068
Dr Adrian Butler Imperial College London groundwater flow, Chalk hydrogeology, contaminant transport, groundwater source protection zones, movement and uptake of radionucleides in vegetated soils, hydrobilogical controls on transport and remediation of organic pollutants for contaminated land.
Dr
Adrian
Butler
Reader in Sub-surface Hydrology
Imperial College London
Dr Adriana Allen University College London water resources, Agenda 21, Environmental planning; peri-urban interface; sustainability; town planning.
Dr
Adriana
Allen
Senior Lecturer - Development Planning Unit - Faculty of the Built Environment
University College London
Dr Agnieszka Dybowska Natural History Museum if/how physico-chemical properties of nanoparticles may affect their reactivity and potential toxicity; geochemistry of metal contaminants in soils and waste materials at mining sites - metal immobilisation on such sites using in situ metal fixation with
Dr
Agnieszka
Dybowska
Researcher - PDRS - ES Economic and Environmental Mineralogy Division
Natural History Museum
Professor Ahmed Al-Shamma'a Liverpool John Moores built environment, sustainable technologies, wastewater treatment
Professor
Ahmed
Al-Shamma'a
Director of Built Environment and Sustainable Technologies
Liverpool John Moores
The School of Built Environment
Peter Jost Enterprise Centre
Byrom Street
0151 231 2823
Dr Aidong Yang University of Surrey multiscale modelling; process synthesis and optimisation; microalgae-based wastewater treatment
Dr
Aidong
Yang
Senior Lecturer
University of Surrey
Chemical Process Engineering
29 BC 02
University of Surrey
Guildford
01483 686 577
Ailsa Richardson University of Glamorgan Digital Storytelling within the field of post- disaster management: 1) as a way of individually and collectively assimilating events; 2) as a way of conveying crucial information about the experiences of disaster communities to disaster planning committ
Ailsa
Richardson
Digital Storytelling Facilitator - George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling -
University of Glamorgan
Dr Akintunde Babatunde Cardiff University Energy efficient water and wastewater treatment engineering; Constructed and engineered wetlands and reedbeds; Energy and resource recovery from water/waste/wastewater processes and infrastructure; Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems; Deployment of comp
Dr
Akintunde
Babatunde
Lecturer - School of Engineering
Cardiff University
Professor Alan Hildrew Queen Mary, University of London freshwater ecosystems; biodiversity and ecosystem processes; decomposition; population genetics of aquatic insects; effects of salmon reintroductions to river food webs; freshwater acidification and recovery
Professor
Alan
Hildrew
Queen Mary, University of London
School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Mile End Road
London
020 7882 5687
Professor Alan Werritty University of Dundee climate change and flooding, societal responses to increased flood risk. Proxy methods for developing long flood records of several hundred years,
Professor
Alan
Werritty
Prof Emeritus
University of Dundee
Dr Alan Dykes Kingston University landslides in peat covered slopes, mapping, groundwater, geomorphological and subsurface drainage controls, and extreme rainfall; forest hydrology
Dr
Alan
Dykes
Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering
Kingston University
Professor Alan Davies Bangor University modelling; hydrodynamic processes; sediment transport; seabed morphological change
Professor
Alan
Davies
Bangor University
School of Ocean Sciences
Menai Bridge
Anglesey
01248 383 933
www.bangor.ac.uk
Alan Cuthbertson Heriot-Watt University environmental fluid mechanics - stratified flows, turbulence and mixing; sediment transport processes - in gravel bed rivers; geophysical fluid mechanics - entrainment and upwelling within stratified lakes due to a maintained an variable surface shear str
Alan
Cuthbertson
Lecturer - School of the Built Environment
Heriot-Watt University
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

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