Special IWW Lecture: Long-term monitoring of nitrate - implications for science, policy and management
Speaker: IWW Fellow, Dr. Tim Burt, Department of Geography, Durham University
Friday, October 29, 2010 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Tim Burt is Master of Hatfield College and Professor of Geography at Durham University, UK. He is currently a visiting fellow with the OSU Institute for Water and Watersheds. He has been
researching aspects of hydrology, geomorphology and climate change since the mid-1970s. While at OSU he will be working with Professor Jeff McDonnell on a range of topics including the analysis
long-term hydrological data from the H J Andrews watersheds and a textbook on hillslope hydrology. He also hopes to complete analysis of some long (many decades) records of nitrate concentrations in
English rivers and his compilation of daily rainfall data from the 1820s for the Radcliffe Observatory at Oxford University, possibly the longest such record in existence.