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About Dr. Clare Deasy, Lancaster University

Who are you?

I am a Researcher at the Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University. I work on the Defra-funded MOPS2 (Mitigation of Phosphorus and Sediment 2) project, managing research into the use of constructed wetlands to control diffuse pollution from agricultural land.

What is your role in the project?

I am involved mainly in an advisory role, because of my knowledge of catchment processes and my research into diffuse pollution mitigation.

What is your background?

I studied for a BSc in Geography at Durham University and an MSc in Catchment Dynamics and Management at the University of Leeds, before going on to gain a PhD in phosphorus transfer at the University of Sheffield. Since 2007 I have worked as a researcher on diffuse pollution mitigation projects.

Where can I find more information about you?

You can access my Lancaster University profile http://www.lec.lancs.ac.uk/contacts/staff/Clare_Deasy and view the MOPS website: www.lec.lancs.ac.uk/mops.

How do I contact you?

Please send me an email: c.deasy at lancs.ac.uk

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About the Author: Dr. Clare Deasy currently works as a researcher on diffuse pollution mitigation projects based at both the Lancaster Environment Centre and Durham University. Clare is involved in the EdenDTC project both in an advisory capacity due to her knowledge of catchment processes and research into diffuse pollution mitigation, and also in the monitoring of the mitigation activities. Clare is also currently helping to analyse the water quality data and disseminate some of the initial results.

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