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How Should We Address Emerging Contaminants?


Welcome to the site of the Water Environment Team within the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge. We meet informally - usually on the last Wednesday of every month at about 1pm (when is the next meeting?) and occasionally hold more structured seminars. If you'd like to know more, just ask (contact information). Please note also that some of the content on these pages requires access to the Water Environment Team Wiki.

The Water Environment Team's primary purpose is to advocate, coordinate and help promote research activities within the Department around the water/environment topic space generally, and in particular, to support related research and teaching activities at the undergraduate and graduate levels. This manifests as, among other things, undergraduate research oppotunities, thesis/report-based research at the M.Eng., M.Phil. and Ph.D. levels, and by cooperation with other academics, centers (e.g. sustainable development), outreach activities and collaboration with external partners (e.g. government/industry).

Fluid Flow and Hydrodynamics
Climate Change and Water Resources
Water as Critical Infrastructure
Algal Blooms
Some of the Research Themes Active in our Group
Top: Fluid Flow and Hydrodynamics - Climate Change & Water Availability - Water/Energy Supply Nexus
Bottom: Water as Critical Infrastructure - Algal Blooms and Eutrophication of Coastal and Inland Waters
- Water Biochemistry and Biotreatment
Not yet shown: Inland and Coastal Hydrology