Mike is an electronic engineer with research interests relating to the development of new instruments for field data collection particularly in glaciology.
Feng’s research interests lie in the intersection of water, ecosystems, society and technologies, focusing on three main themes: (i) hydro-socio-ecological systems under change, (ii) resilience and environmental hazard, and (iii) innovative data technologies for the environment and development. He also works on low-cost sensor networks and participatory monitoring in a sustainable development context.
Liz’s particular research interest is in biogeochemical processes in the cryosphere, and in the development and testing of new technologies to monitor them. She has worked in Antarctica and Greenland, developing new methods for measuring aquatic biogeochemistry in glacial environments and monitoring the impact of physical processes on microbial communities through geochemical changes in meltwater.
Emma’s research covers marine social sciences, public perceptions of marine and coastal systems, social and cultural values and their role in marine and coastal governance, marine planning, blue growth and coastal communities.
Ian’s climate change; applications of palaeoclimate proxy reconstruction; marine sedimentology and historic oceanic and climate variability.
Mark’s research groundwater recharge; surface water-groundwater interactions; groundwater flow and transport processes; climate-groundwater interactions and paleohydrology.
Michael’s research covers ecohydrology; drought and water scarcity; forest health; stochastic hydrology; climate change; floods; Sediment transport; hydrology and geomorphology.
Rhoda specialises in coastal and estuarine management; marine environmental management and coastal management education
Rupert is a specialist researchers in algal photophysiology and productivity; taste and odour compounds in reservoirs; catchment management; variable chlorophyll floursecence and sediment/water column biogeochemistry.