Adam Broadhead

Adam Broadhead
PhD student at the University of Sheffield; Consultant with Water21

Department of Civil and Structural Engineering
Catchment Science Centre
Kroto Research Institute
University of Sheffield
Broad Lane
Sheffield. S3 7HQ

Interests and specialisms in river science:
Sustainable flood risk and water management; deculverting for extraneous clean water sewer separation; flood modelling; policies of community-led water management.

Short biography (including list of selected publications if applicable):
2009 - Geography BSc (Hons) - University College, London - dissertation: "Use of 2D hydrodynamic model to investigate the effects of marco-scale and micro-scale friction on river flooding".
2010 - Environmental Water Management MSc - Cranfield University - thesis: "Sustainable flood alleviation in the Stoud Valleys: an investigation into a low-cost, multi-benefit, community-led approach to water management".
2010-present - PhD Student - University of Sheffield - research title: "Deculverting for extraneous clean water separation".

I have also been involved with sustainable not-for-profit organisation Water21 since 2008 as a student intern and now part-time volunteer consultant. Work has focused on sustainable community-led water management in the Stroud Valleys, Gloucestershire, in ongoing collaboration with the Environment Agency.

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