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Dr Mike Wood
Lecturer in Environmental Management
School of Env&LifeScience

Expertise:
Development of tools and methods for environmental management, Modelling environmental contaminants, especially in coastal interface ecosystems, Management of environmental pollution, Pollution ecology, especially Radioecology, Food chain transfer of contaminants, Ecosystem services and poverty alleviation, Environmental management decision making and uncertainty, Corporate environmental management and Environmental Management Systems

Biography:
Dr Wood has teaching and research expertise that cuts across the broad subject of environmental management, from corporate environmental management to the assessment and management of pollution and the sustainable management of natural resources, especially ecosystems and their services. His research is positioned at the science-policy interface and he works extensively on the development of decision making tools for industry, regulators and policy makers. Prior to becoming a Lecturer, he worked for 3 years as an Environmental Consultant and then for 7 years as an Environmental Scientist, so his international research career has evolved from an applied science base. Dr Wood draws on this broad expertise to deliver research-led environmental management teaching, from Foundation level through to postgraduate level. He also supervises Ph.D. students studying environmental management-related topics.

Qualifications:
Dr Wood has a B.Sc. (Hons) in Zoology, an M.Sc. in Pollution and Environmental Control and a Ph.D. in Environmental Science. His Ph.D. research was on the development of models to support environmental management decision-making for the nuclear sector.

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  1. Evaluating summarised radionuclide concentration ratio datasets for wildlife
  2. Assessing doses to terrestrial wildlife at a radioactive waste disposal site: Inter-comparison of modelling approaches
  3. The IAEA handbook on radionuclide transfer to wildlife
  4. Uncertainty analysis in a GIS-based multi-criteria analysis tool for river catchment management
  5. Radionuclide transfer to reptiles
  6. Background exposure rates of terrestrial wildlife in England and Wales
  7. Radionuclide transfer to invertebrates and small mammals in a coastal sand dune ecosystem
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4Radionuclide transfer to reptiles234
5Evaluating summarised radionuclide concentration ratio datasets for wildlife130
6The IAEA handbook on radionuclide transfer to wildlife75
7Assessing doses to terrestrial wildlife at a radioactive waste disposal site: Inter-comparison of modelling approaches66