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Andy Baird Prof Andy Baird

Contact details

Room 10.37 Garstang
School of Geography
University of Leeds
University Road
Leeds LS2 9JT   UK

Email:
a.j.baird

Telephone:
+44 (0) 113 34 36834

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  • Television: I appeared on the BBC1 programme Climate Change - Britain Under Threat (21st January 2007) presented by Sir David Attenborough, Matt Allwright and Kate Humble. Click here to download the programme (See video 2080 and beyond: worst case scenarios for my interview).
  • Journal editing: Ecohydrology (Associate Editor: 2007-), Ecoscience (Associate Editor: 2007-), Wetlands (Associate Editor: 2003-2006), Hydrological Processes (Editor: special edition 2004), Wetland Ecology and Management (Editor: special edition 2003).
  • Peer review: member of Natural Environment Research Council’s Peer Review College (2006-2009). Reviewer for range of international journals including: Coastal Engineering, Earth Science Reviews, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Ecological Monographs, Ecoscience, Geophysical Research Letters, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Hydrological Processes, Hydrology and Earth System Science, various Institute of Civil Engineers journals, Journal of Arid Environments, Journal of Hydrology, Progress in Physical Geography, Water Resources Research, and Wetlands.
  • Environmental consultant since 1994 on projects worth over £350 k funded by organisations such as the Broads Authority, the Countryside Council for Wales, English Nature, and the Environment Agency (of England and Wales).
  • Meetings and talks. Organiser of two international conferences and keynote/invited talks at a range of conferences and meetings including the London World Wetlands Day events in 2002 and 2004 and the Canadian Geophysical Union in 2005. Invited participant at From Catchment Scale Process Conceptualisation to Predictive Capability international workshop 2007 (Macaulay Institute and University of Aberdeen) and Peatland Geophysics international workshop 2007 (National Science Foundation, Rutgers University and University of Maine).