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SUFONAMA academic staff at Bangor University

Andrew Pullin

Andrew PullinMy name is Andrew Pullin and I am Professor in Evidence-based Conservation.


At SUFONAMA I teach the module Evidence Based Conservation.


My research seeks to improve effectiveness of conservation and environmental management interventions by providing objective scientific evidence for the development of both policy and practice.

Through collaboration and funding from UK Government Agencies I established a Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation (CEBC, www.cebc.bangor.ac.uk) in 2003 with the goal of supporting decision making in conservation and environmental management through the production and dissemination of systematic reviews on the effectiveness of management and policy interventions. With support from a wide range of organizations in the environmental and academic sectors the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (www.environmentalevidence.org), which is coordinated through the CEBC, now acts as both a source of evidence and coordinator of a fast-growing collaborative network undertaking systematic reviews.


My e-mail is: a.s.pullin@bangor.ac.uk
I am located in Thoday Building, room G1
Link to my website


Arne Pommerening

Arne PommereningMy name is Arne Pommerening. I am Lecturer in Experimental Silviculture & Biometrics.


At SUFONAMA I teach the module Environmental Silviculture and Management


My research interests are spatial structure of ecosystems especially forests, spatial statistics, forest biometrics, and continuous cover forestry.


My e-mail is: arne.pommerening@bangor.ac.uk
I am located in Thoday Building, room F2
Link to my website


Christine Cahalan

Christine CahalanMy name is Dr Christine Cahalan. I am Senior Lecturer in Silviculture and Genetics and Course Director for BSc Forestry and BSc Conservation & Forest Ecosystems.


At SUFONAMA I teach the modules Reserach Planning and Environmental Field Study Tour.


My research interests are: population genetics of tree species, genetic control of commercially-important traits of tree species, particularly wood properties.


My e-mail is: c.m.cahalan@bangor.ac.uk
Link to my website


Colin Price

Colin PriceMy name is Colin Price. I am Professor of Environmental & Forestry Economics at Bangor University, with a broad range of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.


For SUFONAMA I organise and teach the module Natural Resource Economics. I also make a few contributions to the module Countryside Management, and sometimes to the module on Research Planning.


My research interests are very broad within the field of natural resource, environmental and forestry economics, as well as in landscape design and recreation management. I have a particularly strong representation in research on landscape economics, the economics of carbon fluxes and silvicultural economics.


My e-mail is: c.price@bangor.ac.uk
I am located in Thoday Building, room G6.
Link to my website


Davey Jones

Davey JonesMy name is Davey Jones and I am Professor of Soil & Environmental Science.


At SUFONAMA I teach the module Environmental Soil Sciences.


My research interests are Plant-soil-microbe interactions, Environmental Pollution, Human Pathogens, Dissolved Organic Nitrogen, Soil Quality, Freshwater pollution.


My e-mail is: d.jones@bangor.ac.uk
I am located at the Environment Centre Wales (2nd floor)
Link to my website


David Wright

David WrightMy name is David Wright. I am Head of School and Senior Lecturer in Agriculture.


At SUFONAMA I teach the module Agriculture and the Environment.

Much of my research has focussed on cereal production although I am interested in other crops and soil management. Projects that I have recently been involved in include:

- An investigation into the potential to grow and use hemp and flax as novel fibre crops for industrial use - view project website 

- A study of the effects of winter waterlogging on the growth and development of wheat Development of naked barley as a functional food for human use


My e-mail is: d.wright@bangor.ac.uk

I am located in Thoday Building, room G19

Link to my website


Douglas Godbold

Doug GodboldMy name is Douglas Godbold. I am Professor of Forest Sciences.


At SUFONAMA I teach the module Forest Ecology and Climate Change.

My research interests are root biology and forest ecology.


My e-mail is: d.l.godbold@bangor.ac.uk
I am located at Environment Centre Wales (2nd floor)

   

Fergus Sinclair

Fergus SinclairMy name is Dr Fergus Sinclair and I am Senior Lecturer in Agroforestry.


At SUFONAMA I teach the module Agroforestry Systems.


My e-mail is: f.l.sinclair@bangor.ac.uk

I am located in Thoday Building, room F15a

Link to my website

   


Gareth Edward-Jones

Gareth Edward JonesMy name is Gareth Edwards-Jones. I am Professor of Agriculture & Land-Use Studies.


At SUFONAMA I teach the module Agriculture & the Environment.

I am principal investigator of the RELU Rural Economy and Land Use project which is a comparative assessment of nutritional quality of vegetables produced locally and overseas.

See Bangor University RELU for more information


My e-mail is: g.e.jones@bangor.ac.uk
I am located in Thoday Building, room G21.
Link to my website


Paul Cross

My research Interests are:

- Beekeeping as a poverty alleviation tool

- Bee morphometrics

- Zoonotic disease, with a particular focus on E. coli O157 and the evaluation of interventions.

- Choice-based modelling and its application to opinion elicitation.

- Estimating disease prevalence rates, illicit or illegal behaviours and drug use through the use of socio-economic methodologies.

I am located in Thoday Building, room S1


My e-mail is: paul.cross@bangor.ac.uk

I am located in Thoday Building, room S1

Link to my website


Ian Harris

Ian HarrisMy name is Ian Harris and I am Research Farm Manager at Bangor University.


At SUFONAMA I teach the modules Management Planning and GIS.


My e-mail is: i.m.harris@bangor.ac.uk
I am located in Thoday Building, room G17
Link to my website

   


James Gibbons

James GibbonsMy name is Dr James Gibbons. I am Research Lecturer in Ecological Modelling.
At SUFONAMA I teach the module Ecological Sampling and GIS for Conservation.

My research interests are:

- Application of advanced statistical procedures (model selection, Bayesian modelling, MCMC) to mechanistic environmental science, agriculture and ecological models.

- Statistical analysis of experimental data, model development and programming using C++ and R.- Farm level modelling, specifically the economic impact of policy change and effective adaptation to policy change.

- Impact and adaptation of agriculture to climatic change, specifically mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from farming, and farm and catchment level adaptation to water shortage.


My e-mail is: j.gibbons@bangor.ac.uk

I am located in Thoday Building, room F6a.

Link to my website


John Healey

John HealeyMy name is Dr John Healey. I am Senior Lecturer in Forest Ecology.
At SUFONAMA I teach the module Forest Ecology.


My research interests are ecology and management of forests and agroforestry systems, with particular emphasis on tropical and upland environments. Participatory biodiversity assessment, biodiversity conservation in protection and production forests. The ecology and management of invasive woody species. Forest restoration on degraded and post-industrial land. Continuous Cover Forestry; Reduced Impact Logging; secondary and buffer-zone forest management. Natural regeneration; resistance and resilience of forests to disturbance; nutrient and carbon cycling.

Applications of community and population ecology to forest management and conservation.


My e-mail is: j.healey@bangor.ac.uk
I am located in Thoday Building, room S7
Link to my website


Mark Rayment

Mark RaymentMy name is Dr Mark Rayment and I am Lecturer in Forestry.
At SUFONAMA I teach the module Current issues in Forestry.


My e-mail is: m.rayment@bangor.ac.uk
I am located in Thoday Building, room F8a
Link to my website

         

         

Mike Hale 

Mike HaleMy name is Dr Mike Hale. I am a Lecturer in Environmental, Forest and Wood Sciences and I am also Course Director for BSc Forestry and BSc Conservation and Forest Ecosystems.
At SUFONAMA I teach the module Forest Products.


My research interests are:
- Mechanisms of wood decay (biochemical)- Mycorrhizal fungi and molecular methods for identification
- Basidiomycete fungi causing decay diseases in trees
- Environmentally faourable (low environmental impact) methods of wood preservation, e.g chemical modification, heat treatment, aspects of natural durability, intelligent design
- Wood & lignocellulosic based composites
- General mycology
-Fungal polysaccharides and their uses
- Breakdown of anthropogenic recalcitrant organics 
- Wood anatomy and its effect on wood properties, e.g. flow


My e-mail is: m.d.hale@bangor.ac.uk
I am located in Thoday Building, room G19
Link to my website


Morag McDonald

Morag McDonaldMy name is Morag McDonald and I am Senior Lecturer in Ecology & Catchment Management. I am Course Director for BSc Environmental Science, Master of Environmental Science, BSc Environmental Conservation, BSc Environmental Management, BSc Applied Terrestrial and Marine Ecology as well as MSc Sustainable Tropical Forestry (SUTROFOR).
At SUFONAMA I teach the module Ecological Sampling and CIS for foresters.


My research interests are soil conservation and fertility, impacts of anthropogenic and natural disturbance on forest ecosystems, restoration forestry, participatory and on-farm research, buffer-zone management, forest nutrient and carbon cycing, tropical dry forest regeneration, mangrove productivity.


My e-mail is: m.mcdonald@bangor.ac.uk

I am located in Thoday Building, room G17A.

Link to my website