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Lynsey is a geoscientist specialising in fluvial geomorphology and has over fifteen years’ experience across the environmental, engineering and mining sectors. Her PhD focused on untangling the effects of climate and vegetation on sediment transport and landscape properties, based on topographic analysis, the derivation of erosion rates using cosmogenic nuclides and the use of GIS and remote sensing datasets. Lynsey previously worked at JBA Consulting, … Continue reading Dr Lynsey MacLeary »

Michael is an advocate for nature-based solutions which deliver multiple benefits for people and the environment – and believes that the two are not mutually exclusive. He previously worked for cbec in 2016, as lead author of the Natural Flood Management Toolbox, a seven-step guide to scoping and implementing NFM schemes, and is excited at joining cbec again. Michael holds an MSc (Distinction) in Integrated … Continue reading Michael Green »

Stephanie has 25 years’ combined experience of consultancy and university research and teaching (Aberdeen and Norwich). Stephanie’s research interests focus on fluvial geomorphology and sedimentology, particularly natural channel design approaches to river restoration and engineering, erosion mitigation, flood management and reconstructing palaeogeography from preserved river deposits in the rock record. Stephanie has accrued considerable experience in environmental and geological consultancy where her role is key … Continue reading Dr Stephanie Davidson »

Chrystiann Lavarini is a geomorphologist who has investigated rivers and landscapes since his B.Sc. and M.Sc. (in Brazil), through to his Ph.D. at the University of Edinburgh. His research has coupled field, lab, and modelling techniques to answer questions on sediment transport, river dynamics, landscape evolution and soil geomorphology in France, Brazil, and UK. After his Ph.D., Chrystiann was employed as an environmental consultant by … Continue reading Chrystiann Lavarini »

Peter has over 30 years’ experience in the fields of fluvial geomorphology, sustainable river management and restoration, and science and policy in river basin management.  His career has combined university lecturing (Nottingham and Plymouth) with a decade in consulting where he has directed, managed and provided technical input to catchment-scale projects in a variety of river habitats across the UK and western USA.  Management objectives for these … Continue reading Dr Peter Downs »

Grace studied BSc Physical Geography at the University of Southampton, developing knowledge of fluvial geomorphology and river basin management. Through fieldwork, she has applied this knowledge to a number of contrasting river systems, using a variety of hydrology and sedimentology sampling techniques. Grace has also gained knowledge of surveying techniques through the use of RTK GPS and dumpy levels to explore topographic change across river … Continue reading Grace Prouse »

Sam is a spatial scientist with a specialisation in fluvial geomorphology. Sam studied fluvial geomorphology at the University of Auckland (New Zealand) under Professor Gary Brierley and Dr Jon Tunnicliffe. His studies focused on utilising high-resolution photogrammetric techniques to analyse channel stability from a catchment management perspective, and involved the use of an unmanned aerial vehicle to capture high resolution data across a large alpine … Continue reading Sam McArthur »

Leonardo Camelo

Leonardo has over five years’ experience in the environmental consultancy sector after graduating with Distinction from the Environmental Monitoring, Modelling and Management MSc at King’s College London.   The core of his work focuses on the river restoration and catchment management sectors for both public and private clients. He specialises in river geomorphology, having worked in the options appraisal stage of several river restoration and … Continue reading Leonardo Camelo »

Ashley has an MSc in Geographical Information Technology and Cartography from the University of Glasgow where during his thesis he looked at the use of UAV photogrammetry to assess river restoration. Ashley’s time at Glasgow University has allowed him to become competent in multiple GIS programs and different river surveying methodologies. During the summer of 2018, Ashley undertook an internship at cbec whilst working on … Continue reading Ashley Bird »

Kate has over 20 years’ experience in environmental management, specialising in river and water resource management. She has a sound technical knowledge of river restoration techniques and processes and extensive project management skills with experience of working for Government Agencies (Environment Agency and Scottish Environment Protection Agency) and the private sector (Tweed Forum, Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland and The River Forth Fisheries Trust). … Continue reading Kate Comins »