LEC Seminar: 'Our work in Water Science and Sustainable Catchments'
Wednesday 24 July 2019, 1:00pm to 2:00pm
We have an active Water Science research group and many researchers working to the call of the Sustainable Catchments research challenge. These researchers invite the department to hear about the world-leading achievements so far and planned work for the future in this departmental seminar.
All students, staff and colleagues are encouraged to attend.
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The seminar forms part of the LEC Water Science & Sustainable Catchments Summer Workshop.
This informal workshop aims to showcase a range of LEC research activities in water and catchment science to all interested university staff, CEH staff, research students, visitors and MSc students.Throughout the afternoon’s presentations, we welcome your thoughts for new collaborations between any aspect of these two groups’ activities and specific projects or other research groups in LEC and elsewhere in the university.
All staff, visitors and PGR/PGT students are welcome to join specific presentations or the whole afternoon workshop. Please invite any visitors you have.
Tea, coffee, cake and wine sponsored by NERC national NFM outreach project
13.00 pm. Welcome, Context and Aims (Phil Haygarth)Session 1 - Chair Nick Chappell, LEC Challenge Leader Sustainable Catchments
13:05 Chair’s introduction to activities in ‘LEC Sustainable Catchments’
13:10 Changes in the Global Water and Phosphorus Cycle (Phil Haygarth)
13:30 Water, Sanitation and Health, WASH (Manoj Roy, Roger Pickup and colleagues)
13:50 Value of Systems Analysis in the Environmental Sciences (David Mindham with Wlodek Tych)
14:10 Natural Flood Management (Trev Page and colleagues)
14:30 Refreshments and networking (15 mins)Session 2 - Chair Phil Haygarth, LEC Water Science Group Lead
14:45 Chair’s introduction to activities in ‘LEC Water Science’
14:50 Application of Remote Sensing in Hydrology (Zheng Duan)
15:10 Eyes on the coast (Suzi Ilic)
15:30 Flooding: risk and resilience - A Professor in Practice role and research links across FST and beyond (Rob Lamb)
15:50 Discussion and reflection on opportunities
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