glasgow university

  • thorsten balke

     

    I am a lecturer in physical geography and landscape ecology at the University of Glasgow with a research focus on mangrove and salt marsh dynamics. I have extensive work experience in South East Asian mangroves (especially Vietnam, Indonesia and Singpapore)

    and focus mainly on the bio-physical interactions of vegetation with their abioitic environment (especially sediment dynamics and hydrodynamics).

     

    @Balke_T

  • adrian bass

     

    I am a biogeochemist who focuses primarily on aquatic carbon cycling, especially the controls and fluxes of carbon movement at terrestrial-aquatic boundaries. My research includes modelling carbon flow pathways in tropical systems, deliniating hydrological vs. biological controls on aquatic carbon pools, and quantifying lateral carbon flux in terrestrial systems in the context of ecosystem scale carbon dynamics. While I have worked in temperate and polar environments, the bulk of my research focuses on fast-response

    tropical systems.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Adrian_Bass@AquaticCarbon

  • emilie cremin

     

    My research focuse on rivers social-ecological systems (SES) and governance issues. Therefore, I have a particular interest in the social and cultural dimensions of river management, which relates to the broader topic of relationships between Nature and Culture. I began working on this topic in India during the first year of my master’s degree, when I studied perceptions of a large dam in construction along the sacred Narmada River (India, Madhya Pradesh). During my PhD, I studied the Brahmaputras’ social-ecological systems by crossing approaches of social sciences and environmental sciences though research on river’s hydrogeomorphology, using remote sensing and GIS. This led to a

     

     

  • cai ladd

     

    His research focus is on mangrove resilience. He’s particularly interested in how localised interactions between plants, sediment and water shape the entire coastal landscape. He hopes to understand how changes in climate and land usage impact socio-ecological systems in deltas, and to use that knowledge to identify positive management interventions that will help both people and nature.

     

     

  • fabrice renaud

     

    I am Professor of Environmental Risk and Community Resilience in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Glasgow, which I joined in 2018. I was previously with the United Nations University’s Institute for Environmental and Human Security (2004-2017), where I headed the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services Section. My research focuses on the environmental component of vulnerability, risk and resilience of social-ecological systems exposed to environmental hazards, notably in coastal and deltaic regions.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Fabrice_Renaudwww.linkedin.com/in/fabrice-renaud-b7560a2a/

  • ying zheng

     

    I am an early career researcher specialised in biogeochemical carbon cycling in aquatic systems. My interests include understanding the characteristics and cycles of carbon in waters and the influential factors.

     

    https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/ges/staff/yingzheng/@jenny0925zheng

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  • thorsten balke

     

    I am a lecturer in physical geography and landscape ecology at the University of Glasgow with a research focus on mangrove and salt marsh dynamics. I have extensive work experience in South East Asian mangroves (especially Vietnam, Indonesia and Singpapore)

    and focus mainly on the bio-physical interactions of vegetation with their abioitic environment (especially sediment dynamics and hydrodynamics).

     

    @Balke_T

  • adrian bass

     

    I am a biogeochemist who focuses primarily on aquatic carbon cycling, especially the controls and fluxes of carbon movement at terrestrial-aquatic boundaries. My research includes modelling carbon flow pathways in tropical systems, deliniating hydrological vs. biological controls on aquatic carbon pools, and quantifying lateral carbon flux in terrestrial systems in the context of ecosystem scale carbon dynamics. While I have worked in temperate and polar environments, the bulk of my research focuses on fast-response

    tropical systems.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Adrian_Bass@AquaticCarbon

  • emilie cremin

     

    My research focuse on rivers social-ecological systems (SES) and governance issues. Therefore, I have a particular interest in the social and cultural dimensions of river management, which relates to the broader topic of relationships between Nature and Culture. I began working on this topic in India during the first year of my master’s degree, when I studied perceptions of a large dam in construction along the sacred Narmada River (India, Madhya Pradesh). During my PhD, I studied the Brahmaputras’ social-ecological systems by crossing approaches of social sciences and environmental sciences though research on river’s hydrogeomorphology, using remote sensing and GIS. This led to a

     

     

  • cai ladd

     

    His research focus is on mangrove resilience. He’s particularly interested in how localised interactions between plants, sediment and water shape the entire coastal landscape. He hopes to understand how changes in climate and land usage impact socio-ecological systems in deltas, and to use that knowledge to identify positive management interventions that will help both people and nature.

     

     

  • fabrice renaud

     

    I am Professor of Environmental Risk and Community Resilience in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Glasgow, which I joined in 2018. I was previously with the United Nations University’s Institute for Environmental and Human Security (2004-2017), where I headed the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services Section. My research focuses on the environmental component of vulnerability, risk and resilience of social-ecological systems exposed to environmental hazards, notably in coastal and deltaic regions.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Fabrice_Renaudwww.linkedin.com/in/fabrice-renaud-b7560a2a/

  • ying zheng

     

    I am an early career researcher specialised in biogeochemical carbon cycling in aquatic systems. My interests include understanding the characteristics and cycles of carbon in waters and the influential factors.

     

    https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/ges/staff/yingzheng/@jenny0925zheng

  • thorsten balke

     

    I am a lecturer in physical geography and landscape ecology at the University of Glasgow with a research focus on mangrove and salt marsh dynamics. I have extensive work experience in South East Asian mangroves (especially Vietnam, Indonesia and Singpapore) and focus mainly on the bio-physical interactions of vegetation with their abioitic environment (especially sediment dynamics and hydrodynamics).

     

    @Balke_T

  • adrian bass

     

    I am a biogeochemist who focuses primarily on aquatic carbon cycling, especially the controls and fluxes of carbon movement at terrestrial-aquatic boundaries. My research includes modelling carbon flow pathways in tropical systems, deliniating hydrological vs. biological controls on aquatic carbon pools, and quantifying lateral carbon flux in terrestrial systems in the context of ecosystem scale carbon dynamics. While I have worked in temperate and polar environments, the bulk of my research focuses on fast-response

    tropical systems.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Adrian_Bass@AquaticCarbon

  • emilie cremin

     

    My research focuse on rivers social-ecological systems (SES) and governance issues. Therefore, I have a particular interest in the social and cultural dimensions of river management, which relates to the broader topic of relationships between Nature and Culture. I began working on this topic in India during the first year of my master’s degree, when I studied perceptions of a large dam in construction along the sacred Narmada River (India, Madhya Pradesh). During my PhD, I studied the Brahmaputras’ social-ecological systems by crossing approaches of social sciences and environmental sciences though research on river’s hydrogeomorphology, using remote sensing and GIS. This led to a

     

     

  • cai ladd

     

    His research focus is on mangrove resilience. He’s particularly interested in how localised interactions between plants, sediment and water shape the entire coastal landscape. He hopes to understand how changes in climate and land usage impact socio-ecological systems in deltas, and to use that knowledge to identify positive management interventions that will help both people and nature.

     

     

  • fabrice renaud

     

    I am Professor of Environmental Risk and Community Resilience in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Glasgow, which I joined in 2018. I was previously with the United Nations University’s Institute for Environmental and Human Security (2004-2017), where I headed the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services Section. My research focuses on the environmental component of vulnerability, risk and resilience of social-ecological systems exposed to environmental hazards, notably in coastal and deltaic regions.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Fabrice_Renaudwww.linkedin.com/in/fabrice-renaud-b7560a2a/

  • ying zheng

     

    I am an early career researcher specialised in biogeochemical carbon cycling in aquatic systems. My interests include understanding the characteristics and cycles of carbon in waters and the influential factors.

     

    https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/ges/staff/yingzheng/@jenny0925zheng

  • thorsten balke

     

    I am a lecturer in physical geography and landscape ecology at the University of Glasgow with a research focus on mangrove and salt marsh dynamics. I have extensive work experience in South East Asian mangroves (especially Vietnam, Indonesia and Singpapore) and focus mainly on the bio-physical interactions of vegetation with their abioitic environment (especially sediment dynamics and hydrodynamics).

     

    @Balke_T

  • adrian bass

     

    I am a biogeochemist who focuses primarily on aquatic carbon cycling, especially the controls and fluxes of carbon movement at terrestrial-aquatic boundaries. My research includes modelling carbon flow pathways in tropical systems, deliniating hydrological vs. biological controls on aquatic carbon pools, and quantifying lateral carbon flux in terrestrial systems in the context of ecosystem scale carbon dynamics. While I have worked in temperate and polar environments, the bulk of my research focuses on fast-response

    tropical systems.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Adrian_Bass@AquaticCarbon

  • emilie cremin

     

    My research focuse on rivers social-ecological systems (SES) and governance issues. Therefore, I have a particular interest in the social and cultural dimensions of river management, which relates to the broader topic of relationships between Nature and Culture. I began working on this topic in India during the first year of my master’s degree, when I studied perceptions of a large dam in construction along the sacred Narmada River (India, Madhya Pradesh). During my PhD, I studied the Brahmaputras’ social-ecological systems by crossing approaches of social sciences and environmental sciences though research on river’s hydrogeomorphology, using remote sensing and GIS. This led to a

     

     

  • cai ladd

     

    His research focus is on mangrove resilience. He’s particularly interested in how localised interactions between plants, sediment and water shape the entire coastal landscape. He hopes to understand how changes in climate and land usage impact socio-ecological systems in deltas, and to use that knowledge to identify positive management interventions that will help both people and nature.

     

     

  • fabrice renaud

     

    I am Professor of Environmental Risk and Community Resilience in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Glasgow, which I joined in 2018. I was previously with the United Nations University’s Institute for Environmental and Human Security (2004-2017), where I headed the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services Section. My research focuses on the environmental component of vulnerability, risk and resilience of social-ecological systems exposed to environmental hazards, notably in coastal and deltaic regions.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Fabrice_Renaudwww.linkedin.com/in/fabrice-renaud-b7560a2a/

  • ying zheng

     

    I am an early career researcher specialised in biogeochemical carbon cycling in aquatic systems. My interests include understanding the characteristics and cycles of carbon in waters and the influential factors.

     

    https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/ges/staff/yingzheng/@jenny0925zheng

  • thorsten balke

     

    I am a lecturer in physical geography and landscape ecology at the University of Glasgow with a research focus on mangrove and salt marsh dynamics. I have extensive work experience in South East Asian mangroves (especially Vietnam, Indonesia and Singpapore)

    and focus mainly on the bio-physical interactions of vegetation with their abioitic environment (especially sediment dynamics and hydrodynamics).

     

    @Balke_T

  • adrian bass

     

    I am a biogeochemist who focuses primarily on aquatic carbon cycling, especially the controls and fluxes of carbon movement at terrestrial-aquatic boundaries. My research includes modelling carbon flow pathways in tropical systems, deliniating hydrological vs. biological controls on aquatic carbon pools, and quantifying lateral carbon flux in terrestrial systems in the context of ecosystem scale carbon dynamics. While I have worked in temperate and polar environments, the bulk of my research focuses on fast-response

    tropical systems.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Adrian_Bass@AquaticCarbon

  • emilie cremin

     

    My research focuse on rivers social-ecological systems (SES) and governance issues. Therefore, I have a particular interest in the social and cultural dimensions of river management, which relates to the broader topic of relationships between Nature and Culture. I began working on this topic in India during the first year of my master’s degree, when I studied perceptions of a large dam in construction along the sacred Narmada River (India, Madhya Pradesh). During my PhD, I studied the Brahmaputras’ social-ecological systems by crossing approaches of social sciences and environmental sciences though research on river’s hydrogeomorphology, using remote sensing and GIS. This led to a

     

     

  • cai ladd

     

    His research focus is on mangrove resilience. He’s particularly interested in how localised interactions between plants, sediment and water shape the entire coastal landscape. He hopes to understand how changes in climate and land usage impact socio-ecological systems in deltas, and to use that knowledge to identify positive management interventions that will help both people and nature.

     

     

  • fabrice renaud

     

    I am Professor of Environmental Risk and Community Resilience in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Glasgow, which I joined in 2018. I was previously with the United Nations University’s Institute for Environmental and Human Security (2004-2017), where I headed the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services Section. My research focuses on the environmental component of vulnerability, risk and resilience of social-ecological systems exposed to environmental hazards, notably in coastal and deltaic regions.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Fabrice_Renaudwww.linkedin.com/in/fabrice-renaud-b7560a2a/

  • ying zheng

     

    I am an early career researcher specialised in biogeochemical carbon cycling in aquatic systems. My interests include understanding the characteristics and cycles of carbon in waters and the influential factors.

     

    https://www.gla.ac.uk/@jenny0925zheng