The ESHH lab studies the demands and pressures on water resources, and how these can be managed. Our research portfolio covers:
- Managing trade-offs between water users
- Building water supply resilience to climate change
- Understanding and protecting against pollution of water bodies
The aim of our water security research is to promote sustainable environmental management of natural resources.
Professor Richard Quilliam
Professor of Environment and Health
Dr David Oliver
Dr Vanessa Moresco
Fletcher J, Willby NJ, Oliver DM, Quilliam RS (2019). “Phytoremediation using Aquatic Plants” in Shmaefsky, BR. (Ed), Phytoremediation – In-Situ Applications (Advanced Concepts & Strategies in Plant Sciences), Springer Nature. ISBN978-3-030-00099-8. In press.
Zheng Y, Naylor LA, Waldron S & Oliver DM (2019). Knowledge management across the environment-policy interface in China: what knowledge is exchanged, why, and how is this undertaken? Environmental Science & Policy, 92, 66-75. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2018.09.021
Stosch KC, Quilliam RS, Bunnefeld N & Oliver DM (2019). Quantifying stakeholder understanding of an ecosystem service trade-off, Science of the Total Environment, 651, 2524-2534. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.10.090
Buckerfield SJ, Waldron S, Quilliam RS, Naylor LA, Li S & Oliver DM (2019). How can we improve understanding of faecal indicator dynamics in
karst systems under changing climatic, population, and land use
stressors? – Research opportunities in SW China. Science of the Total Environment 646, 438-447. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.07.292
Stosch KC, Quilliam RS, Bunnefeld N & Oliver DM (2017). Managing multiple catchment demands for sustainable water use and ecosystem service provision, WATER, 9, 677. Available here