Using science to protect fresh water

I am a researcher working to understand the quality of freshwater ecosystems across the globe, engaging with citizens and policymakers to bring about change and to protect water resources worldwide.


Trained in geography, I am deeply motivated by a drive to understand complex interactions between environmental and social systems. My research interests lie at the interface between ecology, limnology/hydrology, paleoecology, historical ecology, and environmental management. I enjoy using an ecosystem approach to promote and encourage evidence-based conservation practice.

Lately, I have started to explore citizen science as a method for promoting inclusivity in freshwater research. I am currently working on Earthwatch Europe’s FreshWater Watch.



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