British Geological Survey, Oxfordshire, England, UK
My research activities encompass biogeochemical cycling, hydrogeology and isotope hydrology and its application to the fate and transport of a range of compounds in the shallow and deep subsurface. In addition I manage the Groundwater Tracer Laboratories in BGS Wallingford which specialises in understanding groundwater residence times using a range of dissolved gases.
Current areas of research: • Stable isotope biogeochemistry of carbon, nitrogen and phosphate in groundwater • Development of groundwater residence time methods and technologies using natural and anthropogenic compounds • Groundwater-surface water interactions • Understanding the impact of agricultural practices on water quality • Natural attenuation and redox formation in peri-urban floodplains • Greenhouse gas emissions from wetlands
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