Expert Couplet for Aberdeen

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Academic partner

Aberdeen Institute for Coastal Science and Management,
Aberdeen University, Scotland.

Coastal defence and Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM), environmental application of the geospatial technologies (remote sensing, GIS, GPS, databases, geovisualisation, Internet mapping). Expertise on coastal management, hydrography, landscape visualisation, engineering, waterfront regeneration, oceanography, biological processes (e.g. fisheries science), landscape ecology and Public Participation GIS (PPGIS).

Local Government partner

Aberdeen City Council, Scotland.

Personnel involved work in education and urban regeneration sectors of local government. Knowledge of school curriculum issues, geosciences, local government policies and local area planning and development.


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Aberdeen Expert Couplet
Aberdeen Institute for Coastal Science and Management (AICSM) – University of Aberdeen Aberdeen City Council (ACC)
Academic research institute dealing with all aspects of coastal management (CAM, ICZM, ICM) Specialist expertise in:  geospatial technologies, coastal geomorphology coastal engineering (including wave modeling) hydrography (including bathymetry), landscape ecology and coastal ecology, fisheries sea level rise and climate change, tsunami science, coastal defences, and maritime spatial planning; publishing (books and journals (Journal of Coastal Conservation, Planning and Management); conference/workshop organization e.g. CoastGIS, Littoral, Eco-Imagine, education, training and research; and links with the EUCC, EUCC-UK, and ECNC, as well as local agencies and organisations (FRS; SNH; Macaulay; EGCP) and, Nature-GIS and Nature SDIPlus, CoPraNET, Corepoint, Imcore, and the Living North Sea (LNS). 

Staff:

David R. Green (AICSM/CMCZM/Geography)

Guillaume De La Fons (Geography)

Alastair Dawson (AICSM)

Personnel involved work in education and urban regeneration sectors of local government. Knowledge of school curriculum issues, geosciences, local government policies and local area planning and development. 

Staff:

David Fryer

Peter Inglis

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