Nick Elbourne

Nick Elbourne
Information Officer

River Restoration Centre
Bullock Building
Cranfield University
Bedfordshire MK43 0AL
Tel: 01234 752979
Email: ku.oc.crreht|kcin#ku.oc.crreht|kcin

Interests and specialisms in river science:

* River restoration, habitat enhancement and best-practice river management
* Monitoring and integrated assessment of rivers
* Research into the interplay between stream ecology, hydrology and geomorphology

Nick joined the River Restoration Centre in September 2009 and principally deals with the management of the RRC website and the RRC’s National River Restoration Inventory (NRRI). Nick is currently part-way through an MSc postgraduate degree in Environmental Water Management at Cranfield University, and prior to that, Nick studied BSc Geography at the University of Nottingham, and graduated in June 2009.

The NRRI is known to be the largest and most detailed record of river restoration, river management and habitat enhancement projects in the UK and wider afield. Recent project work that Nick has been involved in through the RRC includes an assessment on options for restoration on numerous rivers in England, and input into a report looking at the benefits and considerations in regards weir removal/lowering.

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