Our consultancy staff are all experienced freshwater scientists, most holding PhDs in a relevant discipline. They have high level generic skills in project design, field sampling, laboratory methods, data analysis and report writing as well as their own specialised skills in chemical and biological analysis.

Simon Patrick

Managing Director, contracts, finance

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Rick Battarbee

Limnology, diatoms, palaeoecology

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Ben Goldsmith

Freshwater ecology, diatoms, aquatic plants

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Helen Bennion

Palaeolimnology, freshwater ecology, diatoms

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Carl Sayer

Aquatic ecology, diatoms, aquatic plants

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Ewan Shilland

Freshwater ecology, aquatic plants, amphibians

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Simon Turner

Sedimentology, palaeolimnology, Geographical Information Systems

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Neil Rose

Geochemistry, toxic substances, fly-ash

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Handong Yang

Geochemistry, trace metals, 210Pb dating

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Gina Clarke

Freshwater ecology, phytoplankton, diatoms, plant macrofossils

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Shaun Dowman

Freshwater ecology, aquatic plants, macroinvertebrates

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Roger Flower

Freshwater ecology, diatoms

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Viv Jones

Palaeolimnology, diatoms

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Amy Burgess

Freshwater ecology

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Niall Grieve

Freshwater ecology

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James Shilland

Engineer, field support

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Stefanie Goodrich

Freshwater ecology

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Murray Thompson

River Restoration, Freshwater ecology

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John Boyle

Environmental geochemistry, Nutrient fluxes, lake sediment records

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Jorge Salgado

Plant and macroinvertebrate macrofossil taxonomy,lake sediment records

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Ambroise Baker

Freshwater biodiversity and landscape conservation

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Dave Emson

Freshwater ecology, palaeoecology, diatoms

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Geoff Phillips

Freshwater ecology, limnology, Water Framework Directive

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Alan Hildrew

Freshwater Ecologist, Community ecology, benthic invertebrates

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