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Title   First Name   Last Name   Organisation   Research    
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
Rachel Peltz London School of Health and Tropical Medicine cyrptosporidium in drinking water, household water treatment, developing world
Rachel
Peltz
London School of Health and Tropical Medicine
Mark Wilkinson James Hutton Institute catchment hydrology, specialising in flood risk management at source, flood attenuation using catchment (soft) engineering techniques; multi-purpose benefits eg water quality.
Mark
Wilkinson
Catchment Hydrologist - Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
James Hutton Institute
Kirsty Blackstock James Hutton Institute stakeholder and public participation; concepts of sustainability and interdisciplinary approaches to environmental planning and management. Current research includes evaluating stakeholder involvement in the Sccottish River Basin Planning Process, uptake
Kirsty
Blackstock
Sociologist -
James Hutton Institute
Steve Owen University of Gloucestershire flooding, planning, flood plain development, communities
Steve
Owen
University of Gloucestershire
Bob Harris University of Sheffield groundwater quality policy and guidance, remediation of contaminated land, EC Water Framework Directive, integrated catchment management
Bob
Harris
Strategy Director, Catchment Science Centre
University of Sheffield
Stuart Oliver St Mary's University College cultural geography, managed retreat at the coast; role played by people in changing natural features such as rivers and marshes. The Thames and the Blackwater provide examples of much altered rivers. He is now researching the reasons why areas of marshlan
Stuart
Oliver
Programme Director - Geography; Geography & Tourism
St Mary's University College
Ben Watson University of Westminster water-saving behaviours and products to the general public
Ben
Watson
Research Fellow -Policy Studies institute
University of Westminster
David Haley Manchester Metropolitan University Art, landscape, ecology, land management, water, futures, whole systems, well-being, embodied, global warming, climate change, extinction of species, sea level rise, restoration, population explosion, poetry, performance, installation, systems collapse, w
David
Haley
Senior Research Fellow - Director - Ecology in Practice, Manchester School of Art
Manchester Metropolitan University
Stephen Wallis Heriot-Watt University computational hydraulics - in rivers, coastal waters and draainage systems; river disperson using tracer experiments to improve modelling of solutes transport and understand physical disperson mechanisms, developing advanced numberical methods to simulate
Stephen
Wallis
Senior Lecturer - School of the Built Environment
Heriot-Watt 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
Sarah Moore University of Sheffield use of retrofit SUDS to unblock new developments
Sarah
Moore
Research Associate, Pennine Water Group
University of Sheffield
Sue Morris James Hutton Institute human health and wellbeing and engagement with natural outdoors environments, with special interest in water, and in public parks; research methods to investigate socio-cultural aspects of people's political and economic environments;
Sue
Morris
Social Scientist - Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences
James Hutton Institute
Tom Ball University of Dundee hydrological science and societal responses to environmental hazards - esp flooding. Optimal ways to plan for future increased risks, Use of planning to reduce flood risk.
Tom
Ball
Lecturer - Geography
University of Dundee
Nikki Baggaley James Hutton Institute soil hydrology and terrain analysis, linkages to water quality, quantity and GHG emissions; modelling soil erosion at national and regional scales, cost effectiveness of buffer strips placement;
Nikki
Baggaley
Soil hydrology, ersion and terrain analyst
James Hutton Institute
Alistair Geddes University of Dundee GIS mapping vulnerabilities to flooding
Alistair
Geddes
Lecturer - Geography
University of Dundee
Joanne Garde-Hansen University of Gloucestershire flooding and social media incl Facebook
Joanne
Garde-Hansen
University of Gloucestershire
Steve Trudgill University of Cambridge social engagement with nature, ecological thought and values, application of ecosystem science to environmental management.
Steve
Trudgill
University of Cambridge
Frank Trentman Birkbeck College historical formulation of the water consumer.
Frank
Trentman
Birkbeck College
Superb Misra Natural History Museum bioaccumulation of silver nanoparticles in an estuarine invertebrate; complexity of nanoparticle dissolution and importance to nanotoxicological studies.
Superb
Misra
Natural History Museum
David Milan University of Gloucestershire Geomorphology, erosion and sediment transport, ecohydrology, EO Lidar
David
Milan
University of Gloucestershire
Stephen Addy James Hutton Institute fluvial geomorphology of upland catchments; links betweeen channel morphology, fluvial processes, lndscapes, salmon habitats and freshwater pearl mussle habitat. Impacts of dams and flow regulation upon the geomorphology of upland rivers in Scotland. Greo
Stephen
Addy
Hydromorphologist - Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
James Hutton Institute
Claire Abel James Hutton Institute field sample anddata collection and a wide range of laboratory techniques, diatom identifications to genus/species level, and also DNA analysis.
Claire
Abel
Microbiologist - Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
James Hutton Institute
Fiona Sturgeon James Hutton Institute laboratory analysis of water samples using ICP-MS instruments, the Konelab Discrete Analyser, the Dionex DX600 and the Shimadzu TOC.
Fiona
Sturgeon
Research Assistant
James Hutton Institute
Julia Martin-Ortega James Hutton Institute understanding relations of society and individuals with water ecosystem services - a) social drivers that affect provisioning of water ecosystem services, b) benefits from water resources and how changes impact upon human health, c) the use of economic to
Julia
Martin-Ortega
Environmental economics - Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences
James Hutton Institute

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