Role: Co-Principal Investigator
Daniel is a hydrogeochemist at the British Geological Survey. His research spans biogeochemical processes in floodplains, field sensors and isotope techniques for tracking pollution, microbiological contamination in drinking water sources, urban groundwater quality and use, water resources in Africa and Asia, water quality, vulnerability and impact of climate variability. Daniel is a Member of RSC Water Science Forum and the International Association of Hydrogeologists. He is also a Chartered Chemist, RSC.