Dr Danny Croghan

Danny was a PhD student specialising in urban hydrology, who graduated in 2020. He researched the effects of extreme events on water quality in cities. His research was focused on furthering understanding of water quality dynamics during extreme events within urban systems, for which he specifically looked at the effects of floods and droughts on…

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Dr Sally Rangecroft – now at University of Plymouth

Sally was a post-doc researcher working with Anne Van Loon on the NWO funded project ‘Adding the human dimension to hydrological drought’ (2015-2018). The project was looking to quantify the human influence on hydrological droughts. The focus was to improve our understanding of how human activities can aggravate or alleviate drought characteristics, using observation data…

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Dr Benedikt Heudorfer

Benedikt was a postdoc working in the Groundwater Drought Initiative (GDI) project. He started his academic path in Munich, Germany, doing a Bachelor in Environmental Engineering, followed by a Masters degree in Hydrology at the University of Freiburg, Germany. Recently, he finished his self-funded PhD project on groundwater dynamics during drought in Freiburg, before joining…

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Ruben Foquet – now at WeForest

Ruben was the mangrove expert of the research group in 2018-19. He studied mangrove restoration, looking at the complex process from a financial, socio-economical and environmental point of view. His project was related to the Forest Edge doctoral scholarship, funded by the Leverhulme Trust. After his MSc at the KU Leuven (Belgium), Ruben worked for…

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