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Email

s.j.halliday@dundee.ac.uk

Locations

Tower Building

Biography

Academic background

2009 – 2012 – PhD Geography and Environmental Sciences, University of Reading

2006 – 2007 – MSc (Distinction) Environmental Monitoring Modelling and Management, King's College London

2002 – 2006 – BSc (First Class) Geography and Mathematics, University of St Andrews

Appointments

2017: Lecturer in Spatial Analysis and Modelling, Department of Geography and Environmental Science, University of Dundee

2016 – 2017: Postdoctoral researcher, Mathematical modelling team, Syngenta Jealott's Hill International Research Centre, Bracknell

2012 – 2016: Postdoctoral research fellow, Department of Geography and Environmental Science, University of Reading

2007 – 2009: Environmental Scientist, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Godalming

Research

Research Interests

My research interests lie in the field of hydrochemical monitoring and modelling with a particular interest in the application of novel technologies and analysis approaches.

My PhD focused on the newly emerging field of in situ high-frequency hydrochemical monitoring and I have continued to develop this research. I am interested in using the new datasets, attainable through this type of monitoring, to advance the understanding of catchment biogeochemical processing, and how instream processes are linked to wider catchment processing in the soil and hyporheic zone. The combination of these datasets together with novel numerical analysis approaches and experimental data, are revealing new insights into the controls on instream biogeochemical processing and the role these processes play in nutrient cycling.

I am also interested in how these processes will be affected by future environmental change and what implications this will have for the achievement of legislative standards. In particular I am interested in how we can use the new understanding attained from these datasets to inform and improve the development and implementation of the Water Framework Directive. 

Research Projects

2017: Scottish Government Funded - River Health Project, Ramganga, India

2012 – 2016: NERC Macronutrients project Turf2Surf 

2014 – 2016: DEFRA Developing more effective models for managing water from the local to the national scale from a risk and pollution perspective (LM0308)

2014: DEFRA Understanding the implications of climate change on the quality condition of water environment in the UK (WT1540)

2010 – 2014: EU FP7 project REFRESH

2009 – 2012: EPSRC Novel technologies for in situ environmental monitoring: linking sensor development to improved pollutant transport models  

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Teaching

Module leader / Co-leader: 

  • EV21001 - Management and Monitoring
  • EV22002 - Mechanisms and Measurements 
  • GE32021 - Data Handling and Statistics
  • GE31004 - Hydrology and Water Resources
  • GE41007 - Advance Hydrology and Water Resources

Module contributor: 

  • ED21007 - Science and the Environment

Environmental Science tutor

  • Second Year

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