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Dr Lydia Burgess-Gamble (Environment Agency) will be talking about the evidence behind Natural Flood Management. This event is organised by CIWEM Welsh branch and supported by ICE Wales Cymru. Members and non-members welcome.
There has been much research on Working with Natural Processes (WWNP) to reduce flood risk, but it has never been synthesised into one location, meaning that it has been hard for flood risk managers to access up-to-date information on it and to fully understand its potential benefits.
To address this gap, we have undertaken 3 interlinked projects which make up the WWNP evidence base, these projects were launched in October 2017.
The presentation will give an overview of the project as a whole covering the:
Cost for the event is FREE and intended for professional/educational purposes. Refreshments will be available (on a first come first served basis). This event is open to non-members.
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Lydia started working in the water industry 18 years ago when she undertook a PhD investigating River Restoration project appraisal and monitoring procedures at Queen Mary College, London. She has now been at the Environment Agency for over 15 years in a wide range of Flood Risk Management roles but always with an interest in managing flood risk whilst improving the environment for people and wildlife.
For the last 5 years she has been working in a Flood Risk Research team as a Principal Scientist leading projects on Working with Natural Processes to reduce flood risk. In this role she has developed a Research framework which defines high priority areas of research in this field, and she has also project managed a suite of projects to develop the Evidence Base for Natural Flood Management. She has also worked with NERC to establish the recent Natural Flood Management Research call.