nottingham university

  • suzanne mcgowan

     

    My research investigates how the combined effects of pollutants, hydrology and biological structure influence freshwater ecosystem functioning. My experience of floodplain systems spans subarctic-temperate-tropical regions and includes: leading a 13-year monitoring programme of a river-wetland complex in the UK; investigating solutions for water quality improvement in the Red River Delta of Vietnam (PI of Newton-funded project); tracking recent environmental degradation in a lowland UNESCO-listed flood pulse wetlaxnd

    in Peninsular Malaysia; aquatic biodiversity and water quality monitoring of rivers across Peninuslar Malaysia and

    Borneo; assessing the sustainability of aquaculture in freshwater lakes of the Philippines.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Suzanne_Mcgowan@Suz_McG

  • ginnie panizzo

     

    My research focuses on the application of palaeolimnology to reconstruct past lake environments; in particular the response ecology has to anthropogenic and climate forcing factors. This includes using stable isotope geochemistry and algal biomarkers to

    understand lake responses to change. More recently my research has focused in tropical, SE Asia (Malaysia and Vietnam). However, I also have a strong interest in understanding modern biogeochemical cycling in riverine and estuarine (as well as lake) environments, to

    understand drivers of change.

     

     

  • lucy roberts

    Research Fellow

     

     

    My main research interest is understanding recent human-driven aquatic ecosystem change using long-term monitoring and palaeolimnology.

     

    Lucy Roberts@lucyrroberts

  • sarah taylor

     

  • jorge salgado

     

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  • suzanne mcgowan

     

    My research investigates how the combined effects of pollutants, hydrology and biological structure influence freshwater ecosystem functioning. My experience of floodplain systems spans subarctic-temperate-tropical regions and includes: leading a 13-year monitoring programme of a river-wetland complex in the UK; investigating solutions for water quality improvement in the Red River Delta of Vietnam (PI of Newton-funded project); tracking recent environmental degradation in a lowland UNESCO-listed flood pulse wetland in Peninsular Malaysia; aquatic biodiversity and water quality monitoring of rivers across Peninuslar Malaysia and Borneo; assessing the sustainability of aquaculture in freshwater lakes of the Philippines.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Suzanne_Mcgowan@Suz_McG

  • ginnie panizzo

     

    My research focuses on the application of palaeolimnology to reconstruct past lake environments; in particular the response ecology has to anthropogenic and climate forcing factors. This includes using stable isotope geochemistry and algal biomarkers to understand lake responses to change. More recently my research has focused in tropical, SE Asia (Malaysia and Vietnam). However, I also have a strong interest in understanding modern biogeochemical cycling in riverine and estuarine (as well as lake) environments, to understand drivers of change.

     

     

  • lucy roberts

    Research Fellow

    My main research interest is understanding recent human-driven aquatic ecosystem change using long-term monitoring and palaeolimnology.

     

    Lucy Roberts@lucyrroberts

  • sarah taylor

     

  • jorge salgado

     

  • suzanne mcgowan

     

    My research investigates how the combined effects of pollutants, hydrology and biological structure influence freshwater ecosystem functioning. My experience of floodplain systems spans subarctic-temperate-tropical regions and includes: leading a 13-year monitoring programme of a river-wetland complex in the UK; investigating solutions for water quality improvement in the Red River Delta of Vietnam (PI of Newton-funded project); tracking recent environmental degradation in a lowland UNESCO-listed flood pulse wetland in Peninsular Malaysia; aquatic biodiversity and water quality monitoring of rivers across Peninuslar Malaysia and Borneo; assessing the sustainability of aquaculture in freshwater lakes of the Philippines.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Suzanne_Mcgowan@Suz_McG

  • ginnie panizzo

     

    My research focuses on the application of palaeolimnology to reconstruct past lake environments; in particular the response ecology has to anthropogenic and climate forcing factors. This includes using stable isotope geochemistry and algal biomarkers to understand lake responses to change. More recently my research has focused in tropical, SE Asia (Malaysia and Vietnam). However, I also have a strong interest in understanding modern biogeochemical cycling in riverine and estuarine (as well as lake) environments, to understand drivers of change.

     

     

  • lucy roberts

    Research Fellow

     

    My main research interest is understanding recent human-driven aquatic ecosystem change using long-term monitoring and palaeolimnology.

     

    Lucy Roberts@lucyrroberts

  • sarah taylor

     

  • jorge salgado

     

  • suzanne mcgowan

     

    My research investigates how the combined effects of pollutants, hydrology and biological structure influence freshwater ecosystem functioning. My experience of floodplain systems spans subarctic-temperate-tropical regions and includes: leading a 13-year monitoring programme of a river-wetland complex in the UK; investigating solutions for water quality improvement in the Red River Delta of Vietnam (PI of Newton-funded project); tracking recent environmental degradation in a lowland UNESCO-listed flood pulse wetland in Peninsular Malaysia; aquatic biodiversity and water quality monitoring of rivers across Peninuslar Malaysia and

    Borneo; assessing the sustainability of aquaculture in freshwater lakes of the Philippines.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Suzanne_Mcgowan@Suz_McG

  • ginnie panizzo

     

    My research focuses on the application of palaeolimnology to reconstruct past lake environments; in particular the response ecology has to anthropogenic and climate forcing factors. This includes using stable isotope geochemistry and algal biomarkers to understand lake responses to change. More recently my research has focused in tropical, SE Asia (Malaysia and Vietnam). However, I also have a strong interest in understanding modern biogeochemical cycling in riverine and estuarine (as well as lake) environments, to understand drivers of change.

     

     

  • lucy roberts

    Research Fellow

    My main research interest is understanding recent human-driven aquatic ecosystem change using long-term monitoring and palaeolimnology.

     

    Lucy Roberts@lucyrroberts

  • sarah taylor

     

  • jorge salgado

     

  • suzanne mcgowan

     

    My research investigates how the combined effects of pollutants, hydrology and biological structure influence freshwater ecosystem functioning. My experience of floodplain systems spans subarctic-temperate-tropical regions and includes: leading a 13-year monitoring programme of a river-wetland complex in the UK; investigating solutions for water quality improvement in the Red River Delta of Vietnam (PI of Newton-funded project); tracking recent environmental degradation in a lowland UNESCO-listed flood pulse wetlaxnd

    in Peninsular Malaysia; aquatic biodiversity and water quality monitoring of rivers across Peninuslar Malaysia and

    Borneo; assessing the sustainability of aquaculture in freshwater lakes of the Philippines.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Suzanne_Mcgowan@Suz_McG

  • ginnie panizzo

     

    My research focuses on the application of palaeolimnology to reconstruct past lake environments; in particular the response ecology has to anthropogenic and climate forcing factors. This includes using stable isotope geochemistry and algal biomarkers to understand lake responses to change. More recently my research has focused in tropical, SE Asia (Malaysia and Vietnam). However, I also have a strong interest in understanding modern biogeochemical cycling in riverine and estuarine (as well as lake) environments, to understand drivers of change.

     

     

  • lucy roberts

    Research Fellow

     

    My main research interest is understanding recent human-driven aquatic ecosystem change using long-term monitoring and palaeolimnology.

     

    Lucy Roberts@lucyrroberts

  • sarah taylor

     

  • jorge salgado

     

  • suzanne mcgowan

     

    My research investigates how the combined effects of pollutants, hydrology and biological structure influence freshwater ecosystem functioning. My experience of floodplain systems spans subarctic-temperate-tropical regions and includes: leading a 13-year monitoring programme of a river-wetland complex in the UK; investigating solutions for water quality improvement in the Red River Delta of Vietnam (PI of Newton-funded project); tracking recent environmental degradation in a lowland UNESCO-listed flood pulse wetlaxnd in Peninsular Malaysia; aquatic biodiversity and water quality monitoring of rivers across Peninuslar Malaysia and Borneo; assessing the sustainability of aquaculture in freshwater lakes of the Philippines.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Suzanne_Mcgowan@Suz_McG

  • ginnie panizzo

     

    My research focuses on the application of palaeolimnology to reconstruct past lake environments; in particular the response ecology has to anthropogenic and climate forcing factors. This includes using stable isotope geochemistry and algal biomarkers to understand lake responses to change. More recently my research has focused in tropical, SE Asia (Malaysia and Vietnam). However, I also have a strong interest in understanding modern biogeochemical cycling in riverine and estuarine (as well as lake) environments, to understand drivers of change.

     

     

  • lucy roberts

    Research Fellow

     

    My main research interest is understanding recent human-driven aquatic ecosystem change using long-term monitoring and palaeolimnology.

     

    Lucy Roberts@lucyrroberts

  • sarah taylor

     

  • jorge salgado