My presentation at the AGU Fall meeting this year is on SCIMAP Multi Pressures (SCIMAP-MP). The aim of SCIMAP-MP is to integrate simple risk based models for fine sediment, flood risk, FIOs and stream temperature into a framework whereby mitigation locations with multiple benefits can be found. The poster and the abstract are below:
Part Funded Master by Research project on the development of effective approaches to flood risk reduction using natural techniques on Tutta Beck, County Durham.
The aim of this one year Master by Research project will be to investigate the use of natural flood risk management techniques for reducing the flood hazard on Tutta Beck, County […]Continue Reading →
These are the slides from my presentation at the Rivers Trust Spring Seminar on flood risk.Continue Reading →
The aim of this one year Masters by Research project will be to investigate the potential to reduce flood risk via catchment-based land management techniques and interventions.Continue Reading →
M. A. Snell, P. A. Barker, B. W. J. Surridge, A. R. G. Large, J. Jonczyk, C. McW. H. Benskin, S. Reaney, M. T. Perks, G. J. Owen, W. Cleasby, C. Deasy, S. Burke and P. M. Haygarth 2014: High frequency variability of environmental drivers determining benthic community dynamics in headwater streams; Journal Article Environ. Sci.: […]Continue Reading →
There are two PhD projects that I am a co-supervisor on as part of the NERC IAPETUS Doctoral Training Program. The first is with David Oliver and Richard Quilliam at Stirling and is focused on building FIO risk maps at the landscape scale. Details: IAP_13_86-STI-Oliver
The second project is with Paul Quinn from Newcastle, Andy Vinten from Hutton […]Continue Reading →