James Holloway
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James Holloway
Projects Adviser

The River Restoration Centre
Bullock Building
Cranfield University Campus
Cranfield
BEDFORD MK43 0AL
Tel: +44 (0)1234 752979
Email: ku.oc.crreht|crr#ku.oc.crreht|crr
Webpage: www.therrc.co.uk





Interests and specialisms in river science: River restoration; Ecology; Vegetation dynamics

Short biography (including list of selected publications if applicable):

Projects Adviser, The River Restoration Centre, 2010
- ‘River Nar SSSI – River Restoration Strategy and Plan’ – Report for Norfolk Rivers Internal Drainage Board, in partnership with Natural England, Environment Agency, et al.
- ‘River Etherow and Glossop Brook – Assessment of Options for River Restoration’ – Report for Environment Agency
- ‘PRAGMO – Practical River Appraisal Guidance for Monitoring Options’ – Report for Environment Agency, SEPA, SNH and Thames River Restoration Trust
- ‘River Hiz – Assessment of Options for River Restoration’ – Report for Environment Agency
- ‘River Granta – Assessment of Options for River Restoration’ – Report for Environment Agency
- ‘RESTORE – Rivers: Engaging, Supporting and Transferring knOwledge for Restoration in Europe’ – EU LIFE+ 3 year project

Projects Officer, The River Restoration Centre, 2009
- ‘Shopham Loop Monitoring Programme – Analysis and Evaluation’ – Report for Environment Agency
- ‘Lessons from the Shopham Loop Monitoring Programme’ – Presentation at RRC Conference, April 2010

MSc Environmental Water Management, Cranfield University, 2009
- ‘Considerations for, and challenges to modelling the water balance of forests of the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania’ – Postgraduate thesis

MA (Hons) Plant Sciences (Ecology), University of Cambridge, 2007
- ‘Investigating the rhizosphere nitrogen cytokinin signal in woody plants’ – Undergraduate thesis








































































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