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Dr Carys Jones

I gained a BSc (Honours) in Microbiology from University College of Wales, Aberystwyth and then an MSc in Pollution and Environmental Control, at the University of Manchester. My PhD was in Biological Sciences at University of Manchester and focused on upland land use and its affect on water quality in the catchment of Stocks Reservoir in the Forest of Bowland. 

Currently Programme Director MA EIA and Management, Programme Director BA Environmental Management, Co-ordinator (Planning) of PGR Students

Keywords: 
Pollution, Environment, Governance, Water, Evaluation, Impact, Planning, Sustainability, Teaching, Education

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Prof Clive Agnew

I am an applied climatologist and hydro-meteorologist working on problems of environmental degradation and environmental status assessment. I have worked extensively in both the drylands and the wetlands of Africa, Europe and the Middle East, developing strategies for the improved management of water shortages at local and regionallevels. I am currently engaged in studies of wetland hydrology in the UK with an emphasis up boundary layer fluxes and assessing the spatial variability of climate change predictions.

Member of University's Sustainability Steering Group

Keywords: 
Climate, Applied research, Climate change, Environment, Weather, Water, Impact, Resources, Planning, Resilience

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Prof Dale Whittington

Keywords: 
Innovation, Management, Policy, Water, Development, Sustainability, Teaching, Education

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Dr Alison Browne

Alison has a number of active and interdisciplinary research projects on everyday practice and sustainable consumption; dirt, cleanliness and freshness; and the governance of water resources, drought, and climate change adaptation. In previous research projects she explored the governance of large scale resource development (e.g., agriculture, NRM, water infrastructure, mining) using 'environmentality', 'risk' and 'mega-project paradox' frameworks. 

Keywords: 
Water, Climate, Climate change, Resilience, Sustainability, Consumption, Social responsibility, Community, Resources, Development, Agriculture, Rural studies, Mining, Economy, Cities, Engagement, Psychology

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Dr Alastair Martin

Alastair teaches subjects relating to the environment and sustainable technology to both undergraduate and postgraduate students including water and waste water treatment technology and waste management and valorisation. 

His research covers a range of subjects within process engineering relevant to the management of environmental impact including non-Newtonian rheology of suspensions, modelling of bio-reactors and reactor networks.

Keywords: 
Environment, Sustainability, Technology, Instrumentation, Water, Waste management, Teaching, Education

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Dr Adam Barker

 

One of the University's growing number of Sustainability Enthusiasts. Find out more about the initiative here.

Research interests: planning for climate change: Green Infrastructure (GI); coastal risk; urban and regional flooding; environmental adaptation.Integrated environmental management (IEM): coastal and marine planning, protected areas, landscape systems.Environmental assessment: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA), Sustainability Appraisal (SA).

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Sustainability enthusiast, Workplace engagement, Engagement, Green infrastructure, Buildings, Sustainability, Coasts, Resilience, Climate change, Cities, Water, Environment, Management, Standards, Teaching, Education

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water@manchester

A network to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration in water-related research across The University of Manchester and with external research, government and industry organisations.

Keywords: 
Water, Climate change, Resources

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Upland Environments Research Unit

The Upland Environments Research unit is a group of five staff and ten research students working in the School of Geography at the University of Manchester. The groups research interests span Geomorphology, Hydrology, Palaeoecology, and Remote Sensing with a thematic focus on Upland Environments. The group has experience of working in North America, South East Asia, and Europe. A particular focus of current work are the threatened and globally distinctive uplands of the southern Pennines where the group maintains a continually monitored research catchment.

Keywords: 
Water, Geography, Environment, Soil

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Environmental Processes Research Group

The Environmental Processes Research Group conducts pure and applied work research on the dynamics of contemporary earth surface processes. The group has expertise in geomorphology, hydrology, freshwater environmental science, remote sensing, terrain analysis and geographical information science.

Keywords: 
Environment, Geography, Geology, Climate, Water, Geographical Information Systems

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Environment, Ecology and Evolution

The Environment, Ecology and Evolution Group focuses on applied research that addresses 21st century environmental challenges. The food we eat, the water we drink and the fuel that powers our industries are all dwindling resources that we harvest from the world around us. As our populations expand and natural areas are converted to farmland and cities we lose the services that nature provided for free. Our expanding cities have become ecosystems in their own right with their own unique urban ecology.

Keywords: 
Food, Water, Environmental biology, Biology, ecosystem services, Climate change, Biodiversity

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