Temporal patterns of diffuse pollution risk: combining monitoring with UAV with modelling approaches.
PhD Opportunity at Lancaster University on using noble gases to determine groundwater quality and flow paths
Supervisors: Dr Greg Holland, Dr Ben Surridge, Dr Phil Barker and Prof Andrew Binley
There is an opportunity to work with the EdenDTC team and others and Lancaster University on a PhD project examining how smart video-capture can be used to gain insight into diffuse pollution source and mobilisation risks over large-scale agricultural areas.
Ecology and biomonitoring of the River Eden Catchment Lead supervisor Dr Philip Barker, Lancaster University, co-supervisor Dr Andrew Large Newcastle University and colleagues drawn from Eden DTC consortium. DEFRA have funded a consortium of universities, led by Prof Phil Haygarth, Lancaster, Prof Paul Quinn, Newcastle and Dr Sim Reaney, Durham to develop the River Eden […]
Eden Rivers Trust is currently looking to recruit a full time Catchment Engagement Officer to work with landowners, farmers and local stakeholders in the Eden catchment to encourage local ‘on the ground’ support for the Demonstration Test Catchment Project, a joint Defra, Environment Agency and Welsh Assembly Government initiative. The job holder will collaborate with […]