Lead Research Organisation

  • Haider Ali

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    Jamie Amezagajohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Jamie Amezaga

    Reader in Environmental Sustainability

    I am an engineer and social scientist with a broad interest in understanding and interacting with the social side of complex

    environmental challenges. Although based in the School of Engineering at Newcastle, most of my research is focused on policy and institutional analysis in water, infrastructure and land use management with emphasis on connecting policy design and implementation with its impacts on local institutions.

     

    Jamie Amezaga

  • Helen Berry

    Head of School, School of History, Classics and Archaeology

    Professor of History and Head of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology at Newcastle University. Co-Convenor, Anthropocene Research Group @NU. Co-Editor, Rivers of the Anthropocene (UC Berkeley, 2018 - OpenAccess).

     

    Helen Berrywww.helenberry.netwww.twitter.com/@helenberry14

  • Niki Black

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    Niki Black  

  • Cat Button

    Senior Lecturer

    Cat is interested in how communities and households cope with having too little, or too much, water. Her key research focus is urban responses to environmental issues, particularly in Asian cities. This folds together a diverse range of topics and approaches springing

    from an interdisciplinary background in architecture, environmental studies and human geography.

     

    Cat Button@Cat_Button

  • Susan Chilton

    Professor of Economics

    Sue Chilton is Professor of Economics and is Leader of the Economics of Safety, Health, Environment and Risk Research Community in Newcastle University Business School. Her research interests include environmental economics, health economics and decision making

    under risk and uncertainty.

     

    Susan Chilton

  • Darren Duxbury

    Chair in Finance

    Professor of Finance at Newcastle University Business School. My research expertise lies in behavioural and experimental economics/finance, specifically with respect to financial markets and household financial behaviour.

     

    Darren Duxburywww.researchgate.net/profile/Darren_Duxburywww.newcastle.academia.edu/DarrenDuxbury

  • Hayley Fowler

    Professor of Climate Change Impacts

    Professor Hayley Fowler at Newcastle University is an expert on changing precipitation extremes, flood and drought risk, to provide better projections of impacts for climate adaptation. She has pioneered new downscaling techniques to bridge the gap between climate modellers and users of climate scenarios (e.g. UKCP09 Weather Generator) and to improve UK climate resilience, e.g. recently

    updating urban drainage guidance for UK water companies.

     

    Hayley Fowlerwww.researchgate.net/profile/Hayley_Fowler@HayleyjFowler

  • Iain Garrett

    Living deltas Hub Research Comms Manager

    I am a graphic designer by trade with over 10 years experience of working in academic and commercial publishing as well as being a web and communications specialist for 2 UK NHS trusts.

     

    Iain Garrett@iain_garrettIain Garrett

  • Tamara Gilbert

    GCRF Project Coordinator

    I will be responsible for the project administration of the Living Deltas project providing effective co-ordination and reporting of financial, governance and administrative processes across the Hub. My background has been in economic development, tourism and higher education working with businesses, communities, universities and schools in the North East of England.

     

    Tamara GilbertTamara Gilbert

  • Andrew Henderson

    Reader in Physical Geography

    I am a broadly trained geochemist with over 20 years’ experience in researching lakes, peats and wetlands from a range of environmental settings. My current research focuses on understanding contemporary and past climate change in tropical and monsoon regions using the geochemistry of modern river and lake waters, as well as using lake, peat and ocean sediments to understand past hydrological changes.

     

    Andrew HendersonAndrew Henderson@paleoisotopes

  • Gina Henderson

    PDRA

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    Jamie Amezagajohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Carol Huntley

    Assistant Grants and Contracts Manager

    I have 25 years of research administration experience at Newcastle University. For the last 11 years I have worked on the legal agreements for research awards made to Newcastle. During this time I have negotiated agreements for awards ranging from small value research awards to multi-million pound projects which have multiple collaborators across the globe from a wide range of funders.

     

    Carol HuntleyCarol Huntley@CarolHuntley1

  • Andy Large

    Principal Investigator & Professor in River Science

    I am principal Investigator and Hub Director of the UKRI, GCRF Living Deltas Hub. I have 25 years of experience researching riverine ecosystems, with focus on how extreme events affect catchment vulnerability and resilience. I develop novel approaches to quantifying river geomorphology, social and physical effects of flooding, and assessing how rivers benefit society though ecosystem services or ‘nature’s life-support systems’.

     

    Andy LargeAndy Large@AndyNCL

  • Graham Long

    Senior Lecturer

    Graham Long is a senior lecturer in Politics at Newcastle University. His background is in normative political theory, including issues of global justice and climate ethics. Since 2014, his work has focused on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and how they should be

    understood, reviewed and implemented.

     

    Graham Long@Grahamlong9

  • Maggie Roe

    Reader in Landscape Planning Research & Policy Engagement

    My main research interests lie in the field of large scale landscape planning & design; landscape ecology; sustainable landscapes; coastal landscape planning, human perception of, experience and relationship with the landscape, participatory landscape planning,

    cultural landscapes, landscape change & policy development, assessment and planning.

     

    Maggie RoeMaggie Roe@MaggieLandscape

  • Emily Sear

    Physical Geography Research Technician

    I am an environmental scientist with 12 years’ experience analysing weird and wonderful environmental samples from all around the world at three leading research institutions in the UK.

     

    Emily Searjohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Smriti Sharma

    Lecturer in Economics

    I am a Lecturer in Economics at Newcastle University Business School. Specializing in development economics, behavioural economics and labour economics. I have fieldwork experience in Vietnam and India, and i’ve worked extensively with large-scale datasets.

     

    Smitri Sharmahttps://sites.google.com/site/smritiecon/home@smitri106

  • Donna Slassor

    Finance Manager

    I have over 10 years’ experience in managing the financial management of research awards for Newcastle University. During this time I have dealt with small research awards alongside larger, multi-million pound projects with complex reporting requirements and numerous collaborative partners from around the world and from a wide range of funding bodies.

     

    @DonnaSlassor

  • Graham Smith

    Professor of Oral History

    I am an oral historian who has worked in academic and community settings across Britain as well as in Pakistan and China. My specialist areas are in medical humanities, memory and narrative, and the history of family and food. I also have an interest in public history including popular representations of the past.

     

    Graham Smithhttps://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/oral-history/@GrahamSmith4

  • Liz Todd

    Prof of Educational Inclusion

    Professor Liz Todd is Professor of Educational Inclusion. She is Director of the Institute for Social Renewal at Newcastle University which forges partnerships between the university and external orgnisations to contribute to creative solutions to societal challenges.

     

    Liz Toddwww.newcastle.academia.edu/LizTodd@plizt

  • Richard Walton

    Research Associate

    My main research interests lie in the field of palaeoecology and restoration ecology. I am intensely interested in the history of freshwater systems and the interactions with the surrounding landscape.

     

    Richard WaltonRichard Walton

  • Libby Wood

    GCRF Living Deltas Hub Project Manager

    Libby studied Molecular Biology (BSc) at Manchester University and has been managing research projects at Newcastle University since 2012 gaining experience in the communication, coordination and management of national and international research. Most notably as project manager of RD-Connect, a €12million FP7 project around data sharing in rare disease, and Creative Fuse North East, a regional collaboration funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Arts Council England (ACE) and Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to boost innovation and the creative economy.

     

    Libby WoodLibby Wood@libbywood_87

  • Pamela Woolner

    Senior Lecturer in Education

    My initial degree was psychology, with the first year as a mathematics/psychology joint honours student. After an MA (Philosophical Issues in Psychology), I completed a PGCE in secondary mathematics and taught in various north-east schools.  My PhD (2004) brought together my background in psychology with my experiences of teaching and learning mathematics.

     

    Pamela Woolner

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  • Haider Ali

    PDRA

    Dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vitae fringilla augue. Maecenas in lectus lorem. In et accumsan mi. Aenean vestibulum nisl eu arcu viverra iaculis. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. In vehicula diam et mauris imperdiet aliquet.

     

    Jamie Amezagajohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Jamie Amezaga

    Reader in Environmental Sustainability

    I am an engineer and social scientist with a broad interest in understanding and interacting with the social side of complex

    environmental challenges. Although based in the School of Engineering at Newcastle, most of my research is focused on policy and institutional analysis in water, infrastructure and land use management with emphasis on connecting policy design and implementation with its impacts on local institutions.

     

    Jamie Amezaga

  • Helen Berry

    Head of School, School of History, Classics and Archaeology

    Professor of History and Head of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology at Newcastle University. Co-Convenor, Anthropocene Research Group @NU. Co-Editor, Rivers of the Anthropocene (UC Berkeley, 2018 - OpenAccess).

     

    Helen Berrywww.helenberry.netwww.twitter.com/@helenberry14

  • Niki Black

    PDRA

    Dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vitae fringilla augue. Maecenas in lectus lorem. In et accumsan mi. Aenean vestibulum nisl eu arcu viverra iaculis. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. In vehicula diam et mauris imperdiet aliquet.

     

    Niki Black  

  • Cat Button

    Senior Lecturer

    Cat is interested in how communities and households cope with having too little, or too much, water. Her key research focus is urban responses to environmental issues, particularly in Asian cities. This folds together a diverse range of topics and approaches springing

    from an interdisciplinary background in architecture, environmental studies and human geography.

     

    Cat Button@Cat_Button

  • Susan Chilton

    Professor of Economics

    Sue Chilton is Professor of Economics and is Leader of the Economics of Safety, Health, Environment and Risk Research Community in Newcastle University Business School. Her research interests include environmental economics, health economics and decision making

    under risk and uncertainty.

     

    Susan Chilton

  • Darren Duxbury

    Chair in Finance

    Professor of Finance at Newcastle University Business School. My research expertise lies in behavioural and experimental economics/finance, specifically with respect to financial markets and household financial behaviour.

     

    Darren Duxburywww.researchgate.net/profile/Darren_Duxburywww.newcastle.academia.edu/DarrenDuxbury

  • Hayley Fowler

    Professor of Climate Change Impacts

    Professor Hayley Fowler at Newcastle University is an expert on changing precipitation extremes, flood and drought risk, to provide better projections of impacts for climate adaptation. She has pioneered new downscaling techniques to bridge the gap between climate modellers and users of climate scenarios (e.g. UKCP09 Weather Generator) and to improve UK climate resilience, e.g. recently

    updating urban drainage guidance for UK water companies.

     

    Hayley Fowlerwww.researchgate.net/profile/Hayley_Fowler@HayleyjFowler

  • Iain Garrett

    Living deltas Hub Research Comms Manager

    I am a graphic designer by trade with over 10 years experience of working in academic and commercial publishing as well as being a web and communications specialist for 2 UK NHS trusts.

     

    Iain Garrett@iain_garrettIain Garrett

  • Tamara Gilbert

    GCRF Project Coordinator

    I will be responsible for the project administration of the Living Deltas project providing effective co-ordination and reporting of financial, governance and administrative processes across the Hub. My background has been in economic development, tourism and higher education working with businesses, communities, universities and schools in the North East of England.

     

    Tamara GilbertTamara Gilbert

  • Andrew Henderson

    Reader in Physical Geography

    I am a broadly trained geochemist with over 20 years’ experience in researching lakes, peats and wetlands from a range of environmental settings. My current research focuses on understanding contemporary and past climate change in tropical and monsoon regions using the geochemistry of modern river and lake waters, as well as using lake, peat and ocean sediments to understand past hydrological changes.

     

    Andrew HendersonAndrew Henderson@paleoisotopes

  • Gina Henderson

    PDRA

    Dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vitae fringilla augue. Maecenas in lectus lorem. In et accumsan mi. Aenean vestibulum nisl eu arcu viverra iaculis. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. In vehicula diam et mauris imperdiet aliquet.

     

    Jamie Amezagajohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Carol Huntley

    Assistant Grants and Contracts Manager

    I have 25 years of research administration experience at Newcastle University. For the last 11 years I have worked on the legal agreements for research awards made to Newcastle. During this time I have negotiated agreements for awards ranging from small value research awards to multi-million pound projects which have multiple collaborators across the globe from a wide range of funders.

     

    Carol HuntleyCarol Huntley@CarolHuntley1

  • Andy Large

    Principal Investigator & Professor in River Science

    I am principal Investigator and Hub Director of the UKRI, GCRF Living Deltas Hub. I have 25 years of experience researching riverine ecosystems, with focus on how extreme events affect catchment vulnerability and resilience. I develop novel approaches to quantifying river geomorphology, social and physical effects of flooding, and assessing how rivers benefit society though ecosystem services or ‘nature’s life-support systems’.

     

    Andy LargeAndy Large@AndyNCL

  • Graham Long

    Senior Lecturer

    Graham Long is a senior lecturer in Politics at Newcastle University. His background is in normative political theory, including issues of global justice and climate ethics. Since 2014, his work has focused on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and how they should be

    understood, reviewed and implemented.

     

    Graham Long@Grahamlong9

  • Maggie Roe

    Reader in Landscape Planning Research & Policy Engagement

    My main research interests lie in the field of large scale landscape planning & design; landscape ecology; sustainable landscapes; coastal landscape planning, human perception of, experience and relationship with the landscape, participatory landscape planning,

    cultural landscapes, landscape change & policy development, assessment and planning.

     

    Maggie RoeMaggie Roe@MaggieLandscape

  • Emily Sear

    Physical Geography Research Technician

    I am an environmental scientist with 12 years’ experience analysing weird and wonderful environmental samples from all around the world at three leading research institutions in the UK.

     

    Emily Searjohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Smriti Sharma

    Lecturer in Economics

    I am a Lecturer in Economics at Newcastle University Business School. Specializing in development economics, behavioural economics and labour economics. I have fieldwork experience in Vietnam and India, and i’ve worked extensively with large-scale datasets.

     

    Smitri Sharmahttps://sites.google.com/site/smritiecon/home@smitri106

  • Donna Slassor

    Finance Manager

    I have over 10 years’ experience in managing the financial management of research awards for Newcastle University. During this time I have dealt with small research awards alongside larger, multi-million pound projects with complex reporting requirements and numerous collaborative partners from around the world and from a wide range of funding bodies.

     

    @DonnaSlassor

  • Graham Smith

    Professor of Oral History

    I am an oral historian who has worked in academic and community settings across Britain as well as in Pakistan and China. My specialist areas are in medical humanities, memory and narrative, and the history of family and food. I also have an interest in public history including popular representations of the past.

     

    Graham Smithhttps://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/oral-history/@GrahamSmith4

  • Liz Todd

    Prof of Educational Inclusion

    Professor Liz Todd is Professor of Educational Inclusion. She is Director of the Institute for Social Renewal at Newcastle University which forges partnerships between the university and external orgnisations to contribute to creative solutions to societal challenges.

     

    Liz Toddwww.newcastle.academia.edu/LizTodd@plizt

  • Richard Walton

    Research Associate

    My main research interests lie in the field of palaeoecology and restoration ecology. I am intensely interested in the history of freshwater systems and the interactions with the surrounding landscape.

     

    Richard WaltonRichard Walton

  • Libby Wood

    GCRF Living Deltas Hub Project Manager

    Libby studied Molecular Biology (BSc) at Manchester University and has been managing research projects at Newcastle University since 2012 gaining experience in the communication, coordination and management of national and international research. Most notably as project manager of RD-Connect, a €12million FP7 project around data sharing in rare disease, and Creative Fuse North East, a regional collaboration funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Arts Council England (ACE) and Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to boost innovation and the creative economy.

     

    Libby WoodLibby Wood@libbywood_87

  • Pamela Woolner

    Senior Lecturer in Education

    My initial degree was psychology, with the first year as a mathematics/psychology joint honours student. After an MA (Philosophical Issues in Psychology), I completed a PGCE in secondary mathematics and taught in various north-east schools.  My PhD (2004) brought together my background in psychology with my experiences of teaching and learning mathematics.

     

    Pamela Woolner

  • Haider Ali

    PDRA

    Dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vitae fringilla augue. Maecenas in lectus lorem. In et accumsan mi. Aenean vestibulum nisl eu arcu viverra iaculis. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. In vehicula diam et mauris imperdiet aliquet.

     

    Jamie Amezagajohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Jamie Amezaga

    Reader in Environmental Sustainability

    I am an engineer and social scientist with a broad interest in understanding and interacting with the social side of complex

    environmental challenges. Although based in the School of Engineering at Newcastle, most of my research is focused on policy and institutional analysis in water, infrastructure and land use management with emphasis on connecting policy design and implementation with its impacts on local institutions.

     

    Jamie Amezaga

  • Helen Berry

    Head of School, School of History, Classics and Archaeology

    Professor of History and Head of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology at Newcastle University. Co-Convenor, Anthropocene Research Group @NU. Co-Editor, Rivers of the Anthropocene (UC Berkeley, 2018 - OpenAccess).

     

    Helen Berrywww.helenberry.netwww.twitter.com/@helenberry14

  • Niki Black

    PDRA

    Dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vitae fringilla augue. Maecenas in lectus lorem. In et accumsan mi. Aenean vestibulum nisl eu arcu viverra iaculis. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. In vehicula diam et mauris imperdiet aliquet.

     

    Niki Black  

  • Cat Button

    Senior Lecturer

    Cat is interested in how communities and households cope with having too little, or too much, water. Her key research focus is urban responses to environmental issues, particularly in Asian cities. This folds together a diverse range of topics and approaches springing

    from an interdisciplinary background in architecture, environmental studies and human geography.

     

    Cat Button@Cat_Button

  • Susan Chilton

    Professor of Economics

    Sue Chilton is Professor of Economics and is Leader of the Economics of Safety, Health, Environment and Risk Research Community in Newcastle University Business School. Her research interests include environmental economics, health economics and decision making

    under risk and uncertainty.

     

    Susan Chilton

  • Darren Duxbury

    Chair in Finance

    Professor of Finance at Newcastle University Business School. My research expertise lies in behavioural and experimental economics/finance, specifically with respect to financial markets and household financial behaviour.

     

    Darren Duxburywww.researchgate.net/profile/Darren_Duxburywww.newcastle.academia.edu/DarrenDuxbury

  • Hayley Fowler

    Professor of Climate Change Impacts

    Professor Hayley Fowler at Newcastle University is an expert on changing precipitation extremes, flood and drought risk, to provide better projections of impacts for climate adaptation. She has pioneered new downscaling techniques to bridge the gap between climate modellers and users of climate scenarios (e.g. UKCP09 Weather Generator) and to improve UK climate resilience, e.g. recently

    updating urban drainage guidance for UK water companies.

     

    Hayley Fowlerwww.researchgate.net/profile/Hayley_Fowler@HayleyjFowler

  • Iain Garrett

    Living deltas Hub Research Comms Manager

    I am a graphic designer by trade with over 10 years experience of working in academic and commercial publishing as well as being a web and communications specialist for 2 UK NHS trusts.

     

    Iain Garrett@iain_garrettIain Garrett

  • Tamara Gilbert

    GCRF Project Coordinator

    I will be responsible for the project administration of the Living Deltas project providing effective co-ordination and reporting of financial, governance and administrative processes across the Hub. My background has been in economic development, tourism and higher education working with businesses, communities, universities and schools in the North East of England.

     

    Tamara GilbertTamara Gilbert

  • Andrew Henderson

    Reader in Physical Geography

    I am a broadly trained geochemist with over 20 years’ experience in researching lakes, peats and wetlands from a range of environmental settings. My current research focuses on understanding contemporary and past climate change in tropical and monsoon regions using the geochemistry of modern river and lake waters, as well as using lake, peat and ocean sediments to understand past hydrological changes.

     

    Andrew HendersonAndrew Henderson@paleoisotopes

  • Gina Henderson

    PDRA

    Dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vitae fringilla augue. Maecenas in lectus lorem. In et accumsan mi. Aenean vestibulum nisl eu arcu viverra iaculis. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. In vehicula diam et mauris imperdiet aliquet.

     

    Jamie Amezagajohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Carol Huntley

    Assistant Grants and Contracts Manager

    I have 25 years of research administration experience at Newcastle University. For the last 11 years I have worked on the legal agreements for research awards made to Newcastle. During this time I have negotiated agreements for awards ranging from small value research awards to multi-million pound projects which have multiple collaborators across the globe from a wide range of funders.

     

    Carol HuntleyCarol Huntley@CarolHuntley1

  • Andy Large

    Principal Investigator & Professor in River Science

    I am principal Investigator and Hub Director of the UKRI, GCRF Living Deltas Hub. I have 25 years of experience researching riverine ecosystems, with focus on how extreme events affect catchment vulnerability and resilience. I develop novel approaches to quantifying river geomorphology, social and physical effects of flooding, and assessing how rivers benefit society though ecosystem services or ‘nature’s life-support systems’.

     

    Andy LargeAndy Large@AndyNCL

  • Graham Long

    Senior Lecturer

    Graham Long is a senior lecturer in Politics at Newcastle University. His background is in normative political theory, including issues of global justice and climate ethics. Since 2014, his work has focused on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and how they should be

    understood, reviewed and implemented.

     

    Graham Long@Grahamlong9

  • Maggie Roe

    Reader in Landscape Planning Research & Policy Engagement

    My main research interests lie in the field of large scale landscape planning & design; landscape ecology; sustainable landscapes; coastal landscape planning, human perception of, experience and relationship with the landscape, participatory landscape planning,

    cultural landscapes, landscape change & policy development, assessment and planning.

     

    Maggie RoeMaggie Roe@MaggieLandscape

  • Emily Sear

    Physical Geography Research Technician

    I am an environmental scientist with 12 years’ experience analysing weird and wonderful environmental samples from all around the world at three leading research institutions in the UK.

     

    Emily Searjohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Smriti Sharma

    Lecturer in Economics

    I am a Lecturer in Economics at Newcastle University Business School. Specializing in development economics, behavioural economics and labour economics. I have fieldwork experience in Vietnam and India, and i’ve worked extensively with large-scale datasets.

     

    Smitri Sharmahttps://sites.google.com/site/smritiecon/home@smitri106

  • Donna Slassor

    Finance Manager

    I have over 10 years’ experience in managing the financial management of research awards for Newcastle University. During this time I have dealt with small research awards alongside larger, multi-million pound projects with complex reporting requirements and numerous collaborative partners from around the world and from a wide range of funding bodies.

     

    @DonnaSlassor

  • Graham Smith

    Professor of Oral History

    I am an oral historian who has worked in academic and community settings across Britain as well as in Pakistan and China. My specialist areas are in medical humanities, memory and narrative, and the history of family and food. I also have an interest in public history including popular representations of the past.

     

    Graham Smithhttps://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/oral-history/@GrahamSmith4

  • Liz Todd

    Prof of Educational Inclusion

    Professor Liz Todd is Professor of Educational Inclusion. She is Director of the Institute for Social Renewal at Newcastle University which forges partnerships between the university and external orgnisations to contribute to creative solutions to societal challenges.

     

    Liz Toddwww.newcastle.academia.edu/LizTodd@plizt

  • Richard Walton

    Research Associate

    My main research interests lie in the field of palaeoecology and restoration ecology. I am intensely interested in the history of freshwater systems and the interactions with the surrounding landscape.

     

    Richard WaltonRichard Walton

  • Libby Wood

    GCRF Living Deltas Hub Project Manager

    Libby studied Molecular Biology (BSc) at Manchester University and has been managing research projects at Newcastle University since 2012 gaining experience in the communication, coordination and management of national and international research. Most notably as project manager of RD-Connect, a €12million FP7 project around data sharing in rare disease, and Creative Fuse North East, a regional collaboration funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Arts Council England (ACE) and Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to boost innovation and the creative economy.

     

    Libby WoodLibby Wood@libbywood_87

  • Pamela Woolner

    Senior Lecturer in Education

    My initial degree was psychology, with the first year as a mathematics/psychology joint honours student. After an MA (Philosophical Issues in Psychology), I completed a PGCE in secondary mathematics and taught in various north-east schools.  My PhD (2004) brought together my background in psychology with my experiences of teaching and learning mathematics.

     

    Pamela Woolner

  • Haider Ali

    PDRA

    Dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vitae fringilla augue. Maecenas in lectus lorem. In et accumsan mi. Aenean vestibulum nisl eu arcu viverra iaculis. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. In vehicula diam et mauris imperdiet aliquet.

     

    Jamie Amezagajohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Jamie Amezaga

    Reader in Environmental Sustainability

    I am an engineer and social scientist with a broad interest in understanding and interacting with the social side of complex

    environmental challenges. Although based in the School of Engineering at Newcastle, most of my research is focused on policy and institutional analysis in water, infrastructure and land use management with emphasis on connecting policy design and implementation with its impacts on local institutions.

     

    Jamie Amezaga

  • Helen Berry

    Head of School, School of History, Classics and Archaeology

    Professor of History and Head of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology at Newcastle University. Co-Convenor, Anthropocene Research Group @NU. Co-Editor, Rivers of the Anthropocene (UC Berkeley, 2018 - OpenAccess).

     

    Helen Berrywww.helenberry.netwww.twitter.com/@helenberry14

  • Niki Black

    PDRA

    Dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vitae fringilla augue. Maecenas in lectus lorem. In et accumsan mi. Aenean vestibulum nisl eu arcu viverra iaculis. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. In vehicula diam et mauris imperdiet aliquet.

     

    Niki Black  

  • Cat Button

    Senior Lecturer

    Cat is interested in how communities and households cope with having too little, or too much, water. Her key research focus is urban responses to environmental issues, particularly in Asian cities. This folds together a diverse range of topics and approaches springing

    from an interdisciplinary background in architecture, environmental studies and human geography.

     

    Cat Button@Cat_Button

  • Susan Chilton

    Professor of Economics

    Sue Chilton is Professor of Economics and is Leader of the Economics of Safety, Health, Environment and Risk Research Community in Newcastle University Business School. Her research interests include environmental economics, health economics and decision making

    under risk and uncertainty.

     

    Susan Chilton

  • Darren Duxbury

    Chair in Finance

    Professor of Finance at Newcastle University Business School. My research expertise lies in behavioural and experimental economics/finance, specifically with respect to financial markets and household financial behaviour.

     

    Darren Duxburywww.researchgate.net/profile/Darren_Duxburywww.newcastle.academia.edu/DarrenDuxbury

  • Hayley Fowler

    Professor of Climate Change Impacts

    Professor Hayley Fowler at Newcastle University is an expert on changing precipitation extremes, flood and drought risk, to provide better projections of impacts for climate adaptation. She has pioneered new downscaling techniques to bridge the gap between climate modellers and users of climate scenarios (e.g. UKCP09 Weather Generator) and to improve UK climate resilience, e.g. recently

    updating urban drainage guidance for UK water companies.

     

    Hayley Fowlerwww.researchgate.net/profile/Hayley_Fowler@HayleyjFowler

  • Iain Garrett

    Living deltas Hub Research Comms Manager

    I am a graphic designer by trade with over 10 years experience of working in academic and commercial publishing as well as being a web and communications specialist for 2 UK NHS trusts.

     

    Iain Garrett@iain_garrettIain Garrett

  • Tamara Gilbert

    GCRF Project Coordinator

    I will be responsible for the project administration of the Living Deltas project providing effective co-ordination and reporting of financial, governance and administrative processes across the Hub. My background has been in economic development, tourism and higher education working with businesses, communities, universities and schools in the North East of England.

     

    Tamara GilbertTamara Gilbert

  • Andrew Henderson

    Reader in Physical Geography

    I am a broadly trained geochemist with over 20 years’ experience in researching lakes, peats and wetlands from a range of environmental settings. My current research focuses on understanding contemporary and past climate change in tropical and monsoon regions using the geochemistry of modern river and lake waters, as well as using lake, peat and ocean sediments to understand past hydrological changes.

     

    Andrew HendersonAndrew Henderson@paleoisotopes

  • Gina Henderson

    PDRA

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    Jamie Amezagajohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Carol Huntley

    Assistant Grants and Contracts Manager

    I have 25 years of research administration experience at Newcastle University. For the last 11 years I have worked on the legal agreements for research awards made to Newcastle. During this time I have negotiated agreements for awards ranging from small value research awards to multi-million pound projects which have multiple collaborators across the globe from a wide range of funders.

     

    Carol HuntleyCarol Huntley@CarolHuntley1

  • Andy Large

    Principal Investigator AND Professor in River Science

    I am principal Investigator and Hub Director of the UKRI, GCRF Living Deltas Hub. I have 25 years of experience researching riverine ecosystems, with focus on how extreme events affect catchment vulnerability and resilience. I develop novel approaches to quantifying river geomorphology, social and physical effects of flooding, and assessing how rivers benefit society though ecosystem services or ‘nature’s life-support systems’.

     

    Andy LargeAndy Large@AndyNCL

  • Graham Long

    Senior Lecturer

    Graham Long is a senior lecturer in Politics at Newcastle University. His background is in normative political theory, including issues of global justice and climate ethics. Since 2014, his work has focused on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and how they should be

    understood, reviewed and implemented.

     

    Graham Long@Grahamlong9

  • Maggie Roe

    Reader in Landscape Planning Research & Policy Engagement

    My main research interests lie in the field of large scale landscape planning & design; landscape ecology; sustainable landscapes; coastal landscape planning, human perception of, experience and relationship with the landscape, participatory landscape planning,

    cultural landscapes, landscape change & policy development, assessment and planning.

     

    Maggie RoeMaggie Roe@MaggieLandscape

  • Emily Sear

    Physical Geography Research Technician

    I am an environmental scientist with 12 years’ experience analysing weird and wonderful environmental samples from all around the world at three leading research institutions in the UK.

     

    Emily Searhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-sear/

  • Smriti Sharma

    Lecturer in Economics

    I am a Lecturer in Economics at Newcastle University Business School. Specializing in development economics, behavioural economics and labour economics. I have fieldwork experience in Vietnam and India, and i’ve worked extensively with large-scale datasets.

     

    Smitri Sharmahttps://sites.google.com/site/smritiecon/home@smitri106

  • Donna Slassor

    Finance Manager

    I have over 10 years’ experience in managing the financial management of research awards for Newcastle University. During this time I have dealt with small research awards alongside larger, multi-million pound projects with complex reporting requirements and numerous collaborative partners from around the world and from a wide range of funding bodies.

     

    @DonnaSlassor

  • Graham Smith

    Professor of Oral History

    I am an oral historian who has worked in academic and community settings across Britain as well as in Pakistan and China. My specialist areas are in medical humanities, memory and narrative, and the history of family and food. I also have an interest in public history including popular representations of the past.

     

    Graham Smithhttps://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/oral-history/@GrahamSmith4

  • Liz Todd

    Prof of Educational Inclusion

    Professor Liz Todd is Professor of Educational Inclusion. She is Director of the Institute for Social Renewal at Newcastle University which forges partnerships between the university and external orgnisations to contribute to creative solutions to societal challenges.

     

    Liz Toddwww.newcastle.academia.edu/LizTodd@plizt

  • Richard Walton

    Research Associate

    My main research interests lie in the field of palaeoecology and restoration ecology. I am intensely interested in the history of freshwater systems and the interactions with the surrounding landscape.

     

    Richard WaltonRichard Walton

  • Libby Wood

    GCRF Living Deltas Hub Project Manager

    Libby studied Molecular Biology (BSc) at Manchester University and has been managing research projects at Newcastle University since 2012 gaining experience in the communication, coordination and management of national and international research. Most notably as project manager of RD-Connect, a €12million FP7 project around data sharing in rare disease, and Creative Fuse North East, a regional collaboration funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Arts Council England (ACE) and Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to boost innovation and the creative economy.

     

    Libby WoodLibby Wood@libbywood_87

  • Pamela Woolner

    Senior Lecturer in Education

    My initial degree was psychology, with the first year as a mathematics/psychology joint honours student. After an MA (Philosophical Issues in Psychology), I completed a PGCE in secondary mathematics and taught in various north-east schools.  My PhD (2004) brought together my background in psychology with my experiences of teaching and learning mathematics.

     

    Pamela Woolner

  • Haider Ali

    PDRA

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    Jamie Amezagajohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Jamie Amezaga

    Reader in Environmental Sustainability

    I am an engineer and social scientist with a broad interest in understanding and interacting with the social side of complex

    environmental challenges. Although based in the School of Engineering at Newcastle, most of my research is focused on policy and institutional analysis in water, infrastructure and land use management with emphasis on connecting policy design and implementation with its impacts on local institutions.

     

    Jamie Amezaga

  • Helen Berry

    Head of School, School of History, Classics and Archaeology

    Professor of History and Head of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology at Newcastle University. Co-Convenor, Anthropocene Research Group @NU. Co-Editor, Rivers of the Anthropocene (UC Berkeley, 2018 - OpenAccess).

     

    Helen Berrywww.helenberry.netwww.twitter.com/@helenberry14

  • Niki Black

    PDRA

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    Niki Black  

  • Cat Button

    Senior Lecturer

    Cat is interested in how communities and households cope with having too little, or too much, water. Her key research focus is urban responses to environmental issues, particularly in Asian cities. This folds together a diverse range of topics and approaches springing

    from an interdisciplinary background in architecture, environmental studies and human geography.

     

    Cat Button@Cat_Button

  • Susan Chilton

    Professor of Economics

    Sue Chilton is Professor of Economics and is Leader of the Economics of Safety, Health, Environment and Risk Research Community in Newcastle University Business School. Her research interests include environmental economics, health economics and decision making

    under risk and uncertainty.

     

    Susan Chilton

  • Darren Duxbury

    Chair in Finance

    Professor of Finance at Newcastle University Business School. My research expertise lies in behavioural and experimental economics/finance, specifically with respect to financial markets and household financial behaviour.

     

    Darren Duxburywww.researchgate.net/profile/Darren_Duxburywww.newcastle.academia.edu/DarrenDuxbury

  • Hayley Fowler

    Professor of Climate Change Impacts

    Professor Hayley Fowler at Newcastle University is an expert on changing precipitation extremes, flood and drought risk, to provide better projections of impacts for climate adaptation. She has pioneered new downscaling techniques to bridge the gap between climate modellers and users of climate scenarios (e.g. UKCP09 Weather Generator) and to improve UK climate resilience, e.g. recently

    updating urban drainage guidance for UK water companies.

     

    Hayley Fowlerwww.researchgate.net/profile/Hayley_Fowler@HayleyjFowler

  • Iain Garrett

    Living deltas Hub Research Comms Manager

    I am a graphic designer by trade with over 10 years experience of working in academic and commercial publishing as well as being a web and communications specialist for 2 UK NHS trusts.

     

    Iain Garrett@iain_garrettIain Garrett

  • Tamara Gilbert

    GCRF Project Coordinator

    I will be responsible for the project administration of the Living Deltas project providing effective co-ordination and reporting of financial, governance and administrative processes across the Hub. My background has been in economic development, tourism and higher education working with businesses, communities, universities and schools in the North East of England.

     

    Tamara GilbertTamara Gilbert

  • Andrew Henderson

    Reader in Physical Geography

    I am a broadly trained geochemist with over 20 years’ experience in researching lakes, peats and wetlands from a range of environmental settings. My current research focuses on understanding contemporary and past climate change in tropical and monsoon regions using the geochemistry of modern river and lake waters, as well as using lake, peat and ocean sediments to understand past hydrological changes.

     

    Andrew HendersonAndrew Henderson@paleoisotopes

  • Gina Henderson

    PDRA

    Dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam vitae fringilla augue. Maecenas in lectus lorem. In et accumsan mi. Aenean vestibulum nisl eu arcu viverra iaculis. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. In vehicula diam et mauris imperdiet aliquet.

     

    Jamie Amezagajohn.smithjohn.smith@johnsmith

  • Carol Huntley

    Assistant Grants and Contracts Manager

    I have 25 years of research administration experience at Newcastle University. For the last 11 years I have worked on the legal agreements for research awards made to Newcastle. During this time I have negotiated agreements for awards ranging from small value research awards to multi-million pound projects which have multiple collaborators across the globe from a wide range of funders.

     

    Carol HuntleyCarol Huntley@CarolHuntley1

  • Andy Large

    Principal Investigator & Professor in River Science

    I am principal Investigator and Hub Director of the UKRI, GCRF Living Deltas Hub. I have 25 years of experience researching riverine ecosystems, with focus on how extreme events affect catchment vulnerability and resilience. I develop novel approaches to quantifying river geomorphology, social and physical effects of flooding, and assessing how rivers benefit society though ecosystem services or ‘nature’s life-support systems’.

     

    Andy LargeAndy Large@AndyNCL

  • Graham Long

    Senior Lecturer

    Graham Long is a senior lecturer in Politics at Newcastle University. His background is in normative political theory, including issues of global justice and climate ethics. Since 2014, his work has focused on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and how they should be

    understood, reviewed and implemented.

     

    Graham Long@Grahamlong9

  • Maggie Roe

    Reader in Landscape Planning Research & Policy Engagement

    My main research interests lie in the field of large scale landscape planning & design; landscape ecology; sustainable landscapes; coastal landscape planning, human perception of, experience and relationship with the landscape, participatory landscape planning, cultural landscapes, landscape change & policy development, assessment and planning.

     

    Maggie RoeMaggie Roe@MaggieLandscape

  • Emily Sear

    Technician

    I am an environmental scientist with 12 years’ experience analysing weird and wonderful environmental samples from all around the world at three leading research institutions in the UK.

     

    Emily Searhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-sear/

  • Smriti Sharma

    Lecturer in Economics

    I am a Lecturer in Economics at Newcastle University Business School. Specializing in development economics, behavioural economics and labour economics. I have fieldwork experience in Vietnam and India, and i’ve worked extensively with large-scale datasets.

     

    Smitri Sharmahttps://sites.google.com/site/smritiecon/home@smitri106

  • Donna Slassor

    Finance Manager

    I have over 10 years’ experience in managing the financial management of research awards for Newcastle University. During this time I have dealt with small research awards alongside larger, multi-million pound projects with complex reporting requirements and numerous collaborative partners from around the world and from a wide range of funding bodies.

     

    @DonnaSlassor

  • Graham Smith

    Professor of Oral History

    I am an oral historian who has worked in academic and community settings across Britain as well as in Pakistan and China. My specialist areas are in medical humanities, memory and narrative, and the history of family and food. I also have an interest in public history including popular representations of the past.

     

    Graham Smithhttps://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/oral-history/@GrahamSmith4

  • Liz Todd

    Prof of Educational Inclusion

    Professor Liz Todd is Professor of Educational Inclusion. She is Director of the Institute for Social Renewal at Newcastle University which forges partnerships between the university and external orgnisations to contribute to creative solutions to societal challenges.

     

    Liz Toddwww.newcastle.academia.edu/LizTodd@plizt

  • Richard Walton

    PDRA

    My main research interests lie in the field of palaeoecology and restoration ecology. I am intensely interested in the history of freshwater systems and the interactions with the surrounding landscape.

     

    Richard WaltonRichard Walton

  • Libby Wood

    GCRF Living Deltas Hub Project Manager

    Libby studied Molecular Biology (BSc) at Manchester University and has been managing research projects at Newcastle University since 2012 gaining experience in the communication, coordination and management of national and international research. Most notably as project manager of RD-Connect, a €12million FP7 project around data sharing in rare disease, and Creative Fuse North East, a regional collaboration funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Arts Council England (ACE) and Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to boost innovation and the creative economy.

     

    Libby WoodLibby Wood@libbywood_87

  • Pamela Woolner

    Senior Lecturer in Education

    My initial degree was psychology, with the first year as a mathematics/psychology joint honours student. After an MA (Philosophical Issues in Psychology), I completed a PGCE in secondary mathematics and taught in various north-east schools.  My PhD (2004) brought together my background in psychology with my experiences of teaching and learning mathematics.

     

    Pamela Woolner