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TitleFirst NameLast NameDeptHEISummary of Research InterestsWebpageEmail
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DrKatyAppletonSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAGIS-based landscape visualisation, particularly for communication and participation purposes relating to environmental management and decision-making; perceptions of different visualisation content and presentation methods; multifunctional landscapes and assessing the landscape services they provide, particularly via GIS methods.https://people.uea.ac.uk/k_appleton/k.appleton@uea.ac.uk
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DrTomasBaduraSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAEnvironmental economist with focus on applied and conceptual issues surrounding the efforts to incorporate the value of nature in policy processes and decision making. https://people.uea.ac.uk/t_badurat.badura@uea.ac.uk
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ProfAlastairBaileySchool of EconomicsKentMicroeconomics and production theory as it relates to agriculture and agriculture's impact on the environment.https://www.kent.ac.uk/economics/people/433/bailey-alastaira.bailey@kent.ac.uk
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DrRosalindBarkSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAUses environmental economics and social science methods to understand better policy-relevant questions related primarily to water resources management and the integration of ecosystem services in decision-making.https://people.uea.ac.uk/r_barkr.bark@uea.ac.uk
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DrJakeBicknellSchool of Anthropology and ConservationKentInterests primarily in tropical areas. Includes conservation planning, implementation and protected area development.
Land-use planning to mitigate the impacts of habitat change on biodiversity.
https://www.kent.ac.uk/anthropology-conservation/people/982/bicknell-jakej.e.bicknell@kent.ac.uk
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DrSimonBlackSchool of Anthropology and ConservationKentConservation science and management, with a particular interest in how to manage conservation effectively and how to improve the impact of conservation interventions. One aspect of his work includes the interfaces between science, field research, conservation interventions, psychology and change. A second area examines how conservation management can be improved and sustained. https://www.kent.ac.uk/anthropology-conservation/people/471/black-simons.black@kent.ac.uk
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DrAlanBondSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAThe effectiveness of decision-making tools, including Environmental Impact Assessment, Strategic Environmental Assessment and Sustainability Assessment. This long standing interest has been reflected in research contracts and publications over the last 20 years, and encompasses research on discourses associated with the goals of impact assessment techniques.https://people.uea.ac.uk/alan_bondalan.bond@uea.ac.uk
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DrJoseph WilliamBullSchool of Anthropology and ConservationKentMoving ecological targets and dynamic conservation interventions; Biodiversity offsets and their role in achieving ‘no net loss’ of biodiversity alongside development; Evaluating the effectiveness of conservation interventions under change scenarios, including development of useful baselines or counterfactuals (‘frames of reference’); Business and corporate biodiversity strategy; Restoration and rewilding; Quantum biology and ecologyhttps://www.kent.ac.uk/anthropology-conservation/people/474/bull-joseph-william#researchj.w.bull@kent.ac.uk
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DrRichardCooperSchool of environmental SciencesUEACurrently working to evaluate the extent to which on-farm mitigation measures can cost-effectively reduce the impacts of diffuse water pollution on river ecology while still maintaining food production capacity.https://people.uea.ac.uk/richard_j_cooperrichard.j.cooper@uea.ac.uk
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ProfZoeDaviesSchool of Anthropology and ConservationKentInterests include: Conservation planning, implementation and protected area development; Assessing the effectiveness of conservation interventions, policies and initiatives; Patterns of conservation finance and investment; Relationships between biodiversity and the provision of ecosystem goods/serviceshttps://www.kent.ac.uk/anthropology-conservation/people/475/davies-zoez.g.davies@kent.ac.uk
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DrSophieDayTyndall CentreUEAResearch focusses on advancing the practice of adaptive coastal governance: how do we go about collectively, and adaptively managing the interplay of environmental, technical, policy, social, and economic challenges for a resilient future? Her practitioner and policy network is a valuable outcome of a shared interest in the environmental and socio-economic challenges facing the East coast of England, and elsewhere in the UK and abroad.https://people.uea.ac.uk/sophie_daysophie.day@uea.ac.uk
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ProfCorradoDi MariaSchool of EconomicsUEABroad research interests that span the economics of growth and development, environmental and natural resource economics, energy economics and the economics of technological change. The key feature of his work is an emphasis on both theoretical and empirical aspects, as well as its policy relevance.https://people.uea.ac.uk/c_di-mariaC.Di-Maria@uea.ac.uk
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DrTrudieDockertySchool of Environmental SciencesUEACurrently working with colleagues on an Interreg Europe project on renewable energy and ecosystem services ‘IRENES’ and has recently concluded work for Norfolk and Suffolk County Councils providing a Natural Capital Evidence Compendium on the status of natural assets in the two counties that will feed into a local 25 year Environment Plan. She has also worked on a UKERC project developing an approach for assessing ecosystem service impacts arising from the fuel-cycle cycles of UK energy sources, and its follow-on project (ADVENT) which is examining how to better assess interactions between energy systems and natural capital.https://people.uea.ac.uk/t_dockertyt.dockerty@uea.ac.uk
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ProfPaulDolmanSchool of Environmental SciencesUEABiodiversity conservation research in human-modified landscapes to inform conservation strategies with evidence. Research design and dissemination are collaborative, working with conservation agencies, ngo's, and land managers. Our innovative Biodiversity Audit Approach quantifies regional biodiversity across multiple taxa (plants, invertebrates, vertebrates) to objectively define priorities, and crucially then analyses their ecological requirements to generate cross-taxa 'management guilds', supporting integrated conservation delivery at landscape scales. https://people.uea.ac.uk/p_dolmanp.dolman@uea.ac.uk
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ProfAlexDumbrellSchool of Life SciencesEssexInterests include Biodiversity-Ecosystem service/function relationshipshttps://www.essex.ac.uk/people/dumbr85003/alex-dumbrelladumb@essex.ac.uk
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DrSilviaFerriniSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAApplied economics, non-market evaluation methods, discrete choice models and experimental design techniques.https://people.uea.ac.uk/s_ferrinis.ferrini@uea.ac.uk
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DrRobFishSchool of Anthropology and ConservationKentIncludes research interests in the social and cultural dimensions of natural resource management. He has a particular specialism in the study of rural and agricultural systems. https://www.kent.ac.uk/anthropology-conservation/people/479/fish-robertr.fish@kent.ac.uk
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ProfIain FraserSchool of EconomicsKentAgricultural, environmental and resource economics. Examples, include agri-environmental economics (the use of contracts, implications of climate change, farmer coordination), non-market valuation (Choice Experiments), the role of information in food consumption and applied econometrics. He has also conducted research on various aspects of biodiversity conservation, natural resource accounting, household waste management and the use of contracts in the Australian wine sector.https://www.kent.ac.uk/economics/people/441/fraser-iainimf@kent.ac.uk
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DrGaetano GrilliSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAApplied economist interested in quantitative methods for environmental and social research. His research focuses on environmental valuation, applied microeconomics, well-being and quality-of-life.https://people.uea.ac.uk/g_grillig.grilli@uea.ac.uk
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DrAmiiHarwoodSchool of Environmental SciencesUEASpatial and temporal variation in the biophysical factors underpinning the provision of ecosystem services and goods; defining land use for the purposes of ecosystem assessment; representation and communication of spatial data; quality and fitness in spatial data.https://people.uea.ac.uk/amii_harwoodamii.harwood@uea.ac.uk
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ProfKevinHiscockSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAA special interest has been the evaluation of the production and consumption of nitrous oxide in groundwater and the contribution by aquifers of this greenhouse gas to the atmosphere. Allied to these studies, I am currently researching the impacts of land management practices and climate change on groundwater resources through the application of groundwater models https://people.uea.ac.uk/k_hiscockk.hiscock@uea.ac.uk
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ProfKelum JayasingheEssex Business SchoolEssexDirector of Centre for Environment and Society (CES). Interests include Carbon Credit as Risk Mitigation of Deforestationhttps://www.essex.ac.uk/people/jayas67405/kelum-jayasingheknjay@essex.ac.uk
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ProfAndyJordanSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAEnvironmental politics and policy making; public policy; climate change; governance; policy coordination; policy appraisal; sustainable development .https://people.uea.ac.uk/a_jordana.jordan@uea.ac.uk
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ProfNeil KellardEssex Business SchoolEssexInterests include Environment and Sustainability (cap and trade, carbon allowances, corporate governance)https://www.essex.ac.uk/people/kella53302/neil-kellardnkellard@essex.ac.uk
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DrDanson KimaniEssex Business SchoolEssexInterests include accounting for the environmenthttps://www.essex.ac.uk/people/kiman16803/danson-kimanidanson.kimani@essex.ac.uk
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ProfTracyLawsonSchool of Life SciencesEssexPhotosynthesis, stomatal behaviour, and water use efficiency at the leaf and whole plant level. We are particularly interested in the impact the dynamic environment has on these processes. https://www.essex.ac.uk/people/lawso15101/tracy-lawsontlawson@essex.ac.uk
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DrIreneLorenzoniSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAIndividual, social and institutional understandings of, and responses to energy issues, and climate change; participation in decision-making and engagement; sustainability; environmental policy and politics.https://people.uea.ac.uk/i_lorenzonii.lorenzoni@uea.ac.uk
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ProfAndrewLovettSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAHuman geographer. Since moving to UEA in 1990, he has been involved in a range of projects concerned with applications of GIS and statistical techniques. In recent years this has included a particular focus on issues of rural land-use change, natural capital and ecosystem services, future energy pathways and catchment management.https://people.uea.ac.uk/a_lovetta.lovett@uea.ac.uk
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DrTizianaLuisettiSchool of Environmental SciencesUEA(Honorary - works at Cefas) An environmental and ecological economist specialised in coastal and marine ecosystem services valuation and management. Takes an interdisciplinary approach that combines natural and social sciences and economics.https://people.uea.ac.uk/tiziana_luisettitiziana.luisetti@uea.ac.uk
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DrKarenMcCullaghSchool of LawUEASpecialises in freedom of information law, with knowledge and experience of consent, capacity etc. legal issues pertaining to 'ageing' individualshttps://people.uea.ac.uk/k_mccullaghk.mccullagh@uea.ac.uk
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DrJeffPriceTyndall CentreUEALeader of the Humboldt Initiative for Sustainable Ecosystems and Livelihoods and the coordinator of the Wallace Initiative (http://wallaceinitiative.org) a multi-institutional partnership examining the projected impacts of climate change on terrestrial biodiversity.https://tyndall.ac.uk/people/jeff-pricejeff.price@uea.ac.uk
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DrBrianReidSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAHas developed a portfolio of paradigm shifting research that has used fundamental principles of soil science and environmental chemistry to develop new approaches to soil/pollutant management. https://people.uea.ac.uk/b_reid?_ga=2.92421085.1737490906.1619441532-422142803.1604490904b.reid@uea.ac.uk
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ProfTeerooven SoobaroyenEssex Business SchoolEssexInterests include social and environmental reportinghttps://www.essex.ac.uk/people/sooba04307/teerooven-soobaroyentsooba@essex.ac.uk
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DrMatthewStruebigSchool of Anthropology and ConservationKentWorks in the tropics: the valuation, design and management of modified landscapeshttps://www.kent.ac.uk/anthropology-conservation/people/558/struebig-matthewm.j.struebig@kent.ac.uk
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MsGillaSunnenbergSchool of Environmental SciencesUEASenior Research Associate and GIS analyst, working with Andrew Lovett on issues such as assessing the social, economic and environmental implications of perennial biomass cropsg.sunnenberg@uea.ac.uk
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ProfKerryTurnerSchool of Environmental SciencesUEADirector of CSERGE. Environmental economics, coastal zone and wetland management, conservation economics and waste management researchhttps://people.uea.ac.uk/r_k_turnerr.k.turner@uea.ac.uk
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DrJosephTzanopoulosSchool of Anthropology and ConservationKentLandscape ecologist working on biodiversity conservation, using a landscape approach that integrates ecological, geographic and socio-economic aspects in order to monitor and assess the impacts of policy scenarios on biodiversity and networks of protected areas. https://www.kent.ac.uk/anthropology-conservation/people/976/tzanopoulos-josephj.tzanopoulos@kent.ac.uk
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ProfShahzad UddinEssex Business SchoolEssexInterests include Corporate Governance, CSR and Sustainabilityhttps://www.essex.ac.uk/people/uddin11804/shahzad-uddinsnuddin@essex.ac.uk
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ProfGrahamUnderwoodSchool of Life SciencesEssexInterests include management measures to enhance biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in coastal habitats.https://www.essex.ac.uk/people/under13404/graham-underwoodgjcu@essex.ac.uk
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DrBedanand UpadhayaEssex Business SchoolEssexCorporate social responsibility/Sustainability practices in emerging/developing countrieshttps://www.essex.ac.uk/people/upadh62400/bedanand-upadhayab.upadhaya@essex.ac.uk
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DrRebeccaWarrenEssex Business SchoolEssexTransdisciplinary research, looking at links to accounting in various other disciplines including public policy, regulation, geography, politics, philosophy and discourse theory through strong empirical, theoretical and methodological research. https://www.essex.ac.uk/people/warre27107/rebecca-warrenrw17735@essex.ac.uk
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ProfRachelWarrenSchool of Environmental SciencesUEAInterests include linkages between land use change policy and climate change policy; exploring the land-water-energy nexus in relation to climate change, agriculture and ecosystem conservationhttps://people.uea.ac.uk/r_warrenr.warren@uea.ac.uk
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DrChaminda WijethilakeEssex Business SchoolEssexSocial and environmental accountinghttps://www.essex.ac.uk/people/ubhay40115/chaminda-wijethilakec.wijethilake@essex.ac.uk
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