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  • philp barker

     

    Thirty years experience of working on lakes and rivers and how they are changing as a result of anthropogenic and climate pressures. Particular expertise in aquatic ecology and biogeochemical cycling. Current projects are funded by the UK Government (Defra) on water

    quality mitigation and two NERC grants on climate change in Kenya and ecohydrology in the UK. Director of Lancaster Environment Centre, one of the largest interdisciplinary groups of environmental researchers in the world and focused on solutions to global challenges. International advisor to the Chinese Research Academy for Environmental Sciences.

     

    @jPhil_B_diatom

  • Ehsan Kabir

     

  • heather moorhouse

     

    Senior Postdoctoral Research Associate – UKRI GCRF Living Deltas Hub: Changing Water Quality in Deltas, Lancaster University. Early Career Network Representative – International Palaeolimnology Association.

    Brief background (30 words): My research is predominantly focused on understanding long-term and contemporary water quality changes using primary producers as ecological indicators.

     

    https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lec/about-us/people/heather-moorhouse@ipa_ecn

  • manoj roy

     

    Manoj Roy is Lecturer in Sustainability at Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, UK. He was born in Bangladesh, spent his childhood in rural Bangladesh. He studied Architecture at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). He worked in Dhaka as an architect before moving to Germany and ultimately to UK for higher education and academic work.

     

     

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  • philp barker

     

    Thirty years experience of working on lakes and rivers and how they are changing as a result of anthropogenic and climate pressures. Particular expertise in aquatic ecology and biogeochemical cycling. Current projects are funded by the UK Government (Defra) on water quality mitigation and two NERC grants on climate change in Kenya and ecohydrology in the UK. Director of Lancaster Environment Centre, one of the largest interdisciplinary groups of environmental researchers in the world and focused on solutions to global challenges. International advisor to the Chinese Research Academy for Environmental Sciences.

     

    @jPhil_B_diatom

  • Ehsan Kabir

     

  • heather moorhouse

     

    Senior Postdoctoral Research Associate – UKRI GCRF Living Deltas Hub: Changing Water Quality in Deltas, Lancaster University. Early Career Network Representative – International Palaeolimnology Association. Brief background (30 words): My research is predominantly focused on understanding long-term and contemporary water quality changes using primary producers as ecological indicators.

     

    https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lec/about-us/people/heather-moorhouse@ipa_ecn

  • manoj roy

     

    Manoj Roy is Lecturer in Sustainability at Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, UK. He was born in Bangladesh, spent his childhood in rural Bangladesh. He studied Architecture at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). He worked in Dhaka as an architect before moving to Germany and ultimately to UK for higher education and academic work.

     

     

  • philp barker

     

    Thirty years experience of working on lakes and rivers and how they are changing as a result of anthropogenic and climate pressures. Particular expertise in aquatic ecology and biogeochemical cycling. Current projects are funded by the UK Government (Defra) on water quality mitigation and two NERC grants on climate change in Kenya and ecohydrology in the UK. Director of Lancaster Environment Centre, one of the largest interdisciplinary groups of environmental researchers in the world and focused on solutions to global challenges. International advisor to the Chinese Research Academy for Environmental Sciences.

     

    @jPhil_B_diatom

  • Ehsan Kabir

     

  • heather moorhouse

     

    Senior Postdoctoral Research Associate – UKRI GCRF Living Deltas Hub: Changing Water Quality in Deltas, Lancaster University. Early Career Network Representative – International Palaeolimnology Association.

    Brief background (30 words): My research is predominantly focused on understanding long-term and contemporary water quality changes using primary producers as ecological indicators.

     

    https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lec/about-us/people/heather-moorhouse@ipa_ecn

  • manoj roy

     

    Manoj Roy is Lecturer in Sustainability at Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, UK. He was born in Bangladesh, spent his childhood in rural Bangladesh. He studied Architecture at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). He worked in Dhaka as an architect before moving to Germany and ultimately to UK for higher education and academic work.

     

     

  • philp barker

     

    Thirty years experience of working on lakes and rivers and how they are changing as a result of anthropogenic and climate pressures. Particular expertise in aquatic ecology and biogeochemical cycling. Current projects are funded by the UK Government (Defra) on water quality mitigation and two NERC grants on climate change in Kenya and ecohydrology in the UK. Director of Lancaster Environment Centre, one of the largest interdisciplinary groups of environmental researchers in the world and focused on solutions to global challenges. International advisor to the Chinese Research Academy for Environmental Sciences.

     

    @jPhil_B_diatom

  • Ehsan Kabir

     

  • heather moorhouse

     

    Senior Postdoctoral Research Associate – UKRI GCRF Living Deltas Hub: Changing Water Quality in Deltas, Lancaster University. Early Career Network Representative – International Palaeolimnology Association. Brief background (30 words): My research is predominantly focused on understanding long-term and contemporary water quality changes using primary producers as ecological indicators.

     

    https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/@ipa_ecn

  • manoj roy

     

    Manoj Roy is Lecturer in Sustainability at Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, UK. He was born in Bangladesh, spent his childhood in rural Bangladesh. He studied Architecture at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). He worked in Dhaka as an architect before moving to Germany and ultimately to UK for higher education and academic work.

     

     

  • philp barker

     

    Thirty years experience of working on lakes and rivers and how they are changing as a result of anthropogenic and climate pressures. Particular expertise in aquatic ecology and biogeochemical cycling. Current projects are funded by the UK Government (Defra) on water

    quality mitigation and two NERC grants on climate change in Kenya and ecohydrology in the UK. Director of Lancaster Environment Centre, one of the largest interdisciplinary groups of environmental researchers in the world and focused on solutions to global challenges. International advisor to the Chinese Research Academy for Environmental Sciences.

     

    @jPhil_B_diatom

  • Ehsan Kabir

     

  • heather moorhouse

     

    Senior Postdoctoral Research Associate – UKRI GCRF Living Deltas Hub: Changing Water Quality in Deltas, Lancaster University. Early Career Network Representative – International Palaeolimnology Association. Brief background (30 words): My research is predominantly focused on understanding long-term and contemporary water quality changes using primary producers as ecological indicators.

     

    https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/@ipa_ecn

  • manoj roy

     

    Manoj Roy is Lecturer in Sustainability at Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, UK. He was born in Bangladesh, spent his childhood in rural Bangladesh. He studied Architecture at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). He worked in Dhaka as an architect before moving to Germany and ultimately to UK for higher education and academic work.