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Alison Wood

Alison Wilson has a BSc Honours in Geography from the University of Aberdeen. Through her degree, she gained a fundamental understanding of important management and conservation issues relating to the physical environment, with particular focus on Scottish landscapes and riverine environments. During her studies, she was awarded ‘Best in Department’ for her dissertation investigating the influence of substrate on macro invertebrates on the River Feugh … Continue reading Alison Wilson »

Martin Kernan cbec

Dr Martin Kernan is an environmental scientist with over 20 years’ research and consultancy experience of freshwater environments. He was scientific co-ordinator of the EU FP6 project, Euro-limpacs and the FP7 Project REFRESH, concerned with adaptive strategies needed by managers to mitigate the impacts of climate change. Martin has 15 years experience of co-ordinating international and national projects on freshwaters and freshwater ecosystems. He has … Continue reading Dr Martin Kernan »

Eric Gillies

Dr Eric Gillies has over 20 years’ experience in modelling and measurement of a diverse range of fluid flows, and for the past 6 years has specialised in modelling river flows and sediment transport. He has consulted on several safety critical topics with industry, and has signed off several engineering assessments as a Chartered Engineer. Eric has published and presented widely in the field of … Continue reading Dr Eric Gillies »

Hamish is cbec’s UK Managing Director and has extensive training in the fields of fluvial geomorphology-instream ecology interactions and river engineering, both in research and consultancy capacities.

Chris is a Chartered Civil Engineer and Chartered Environmentalist with over 18 years of experience in water resources and ecological engineering. He obtained his doctorate in physical and computational modelling of intake structures for run-of-the river hydropower plants. Since moving to the States, Dr. Bowles has been leading cbec’s efforts in the US and Central America, specialising on assessing the physical and ecological response of … Continue reading Chris Bowles »