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PhD. Joseph Holden
Professor of Physical Geography and Research Dean for the Faculty of Environment
His research interests are catchment hydrology, soil processes and flowpaths, and land management and climate change impacts.
PhD. Pippa Chapman
Professor of Biogeochemistry in the School of Geography.
Her research interests are in the impact of land management, atmospheric deposition and climate change on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in peatlands, organo-mineral soils and agricultural soils
PhD. Guy Ziv
Professor in Ecosystem Services at the School of Geography.
His research interests are combining ecosystem modelling and social sciences to analyse impacts of policy and climate change on water-food-energy systems and the environment.
PhD. Julia Martín-Ortega
Professor of Ecological Economics at the School of Earth and Environment, and Associate Director of water@leeds.
Her research specializes in the socio-economic implications of catchment management. She applies the principles and tools of environmental economics in combination with participatory social sciences approaches to inform environmental decision-making.
PhD. Michael Cardwell
Professor of Agricultural Law in the School of Law
His research interests are regulatory frameworks for agriculture, with particular reference to food security, climate change and world trade.
PhD. Emmanouil Tyllianakis
Research Fellow at the School of Earth and Environment
His research interests focus on how human behaviour impacts water ecosystems and welfare, as well as the economic impact of natural resource use and how this can be linked to human perceptions.
Yorkshire Integrated Catchment Solutions Programme (iCASP) Programme Manage
Seconded from the Environment Agency with a background in River Basin Planning and Catchment Partnership working.