Environmental Sustainability Expert Finder

There are a wide range of researchers working on environmental sustainability, across many disciplines, departments and institutions at the University of York.

This expert finder is designed to showcase the breadth of research in this area and help put you in touch with the right person. 

Please contact our researchers directly using the information below. For media enquiries please contact the University's Press Office on +44 (0)1904 322029 or email pressoffice@york.ac.uk.

Research areaStaff informationResearch papersAlign to YESI research theme
Aberration-free electron microscopy 

Professor Jun Yuan

Professor

Department of Physics

   
Acoustic environments

Professor Damian Murphy

Professor of Sound and Music Computing; University Research Champion for Creativity

Department of Electronic Engineering

   
Acoustic modelling

Professor Damian Murphy

Professor of Sound and Music Computing; University Research Champion for Creativity

Department of Electronic Engineering

   
Action-oriented research

Dr Sarah West

Centre Director and Senior Research Fellow

Stockholm Environment Institute

  1. Parenting Science Gang: radical co-creation of research projects led by parents of young children. In: Research involvement and engagement. 6, 15 p., 9. 
  2. Particulate matter pollution in an informal settlement in Nairobi: using citizen science to make the invisible visible. In: Applied Geography. 114, 12 p., 102133.
  3. Citizen Science for Quantifying and Reducing Food Loss and Food Waste. In: Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. 4, 18 p., 589089.
Environment and Health
Actuarial Science

Dr Alexandra Dias

Senior Lecturer

University of York Management School

   
Adaptation Governance

Dr Jessica Omukuti

Research Associate

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. The value of secondary use of data generated by non-governmental organisations for disaster risk management research: evidence from the Caribbean (2021). International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 102114.
Environment & Health
Aerosol Science

Matthew Evans

Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry

Dept of Chemistry

   
Age-friendly environments

Dr Katherine Brookfield

Lecturer in Human Geography

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Perspectives on “Novel” Techniques for Designing Age-Friendly Homes and Neighborhoods with Older Adults. (2020) International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(5), p.1800.
  2. Health impacts of environmental and social interventions designed to increase deprived communities’ access to urban woodlands: A mixed-methods study (2019). Public health research, 7(2), pp.1-172.
  3. The uncommon impact of common environmental details on walking in older adults. International journal of environmental research and public health (2017), 14(2), p.190. 
Environment & Health
Agricultural landscapes

Dr Thorun Helgason

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Biology

  Resilient Ecosystems
Agrifood and automotives

Dr Samarthia Thankappan

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Environment & Geograpy

   
Air pollution

 

 

 

 

 

Matthew Evans

Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry

Dept of Chemistry

  Environment & Health 

Professor Lisa Emberson

Professor of Environmental Science

Dept of Environment & Geography/SEI

  1. Lower air pollution during COVID-19 lock-down: improving models and methods estimating ozone impacts on crops (2020). Phil Trans. R. Soc. 378:20200188 
  2. Direct and indirect impacts of climate change on wheat yield in the Indo-Gangetic plain in India (2021). (in press) J of Ag and Food Res
  3. Ozone effects on crops and consideration in crop models (2018). European J. of Agronomy 100: 19-34

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Dr Kevin Hicks

Senior Research Fellow

SEI-Y/Dept of Environment & Georgraphy

  1. Simultaneously mitigating near-term climate change and improving human health and food security. Science (New York, N.Y.).335, 6065, p. 183-189, 7 p. 2012 
  2. Development of the Low Emissions Analysis Platform – Integrated Benefits Calculator (LEAP-IBC) tool to assess air quality and climate co-benefits: Application for Bangladesh. 1 Dec 2020 
  3. Making Brexit Work for the Environment and Livelihoods: Delivering a Stakeholder Informed Vision for Agriculture and Fisheries. 4 Dec 2019

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Dr Andrew Rickard

NCAS Research Scientist

Dept of Chemistry

 

Resilient Ecosystems

Dr Ruth Purvis

NCAS Research Fellow in the Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboritories

Dept of Chemistry

  Resilient Ecosystems
Air quality

Dr Eleni Michalopoulou

Research Associate

SEI-Y/Dept of Environment & Geography

 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Dr Ruth Purvis

NCAS Research Fellow in the Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboritories

Dept of Chemistry

  Resilient Ecosystems
AMR

Dr Nik Brown

Professor in Sociology

Dept of Sociology

   

Dr Daryl Martin

Lecturer

Dept of Sociology

   
Anaerobic digestion

Dr James Chong

Professor

Dept of Biology

  Resilient Ecosystems
Animals in Medicine

Dr Nik Brown

Professor in Sociology

Dept of Sociology

   
Anomaly detection of sensors

Dr Iain Bate

Reader

Dept of Computer Science

  1. An Improved Sensor Calibration with Anomaly Detection and Removal, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. Vol. 307, 2019.
  2. A self-adaptive fault-tolerant systems for a dependable Wireless Sensor Networks, Design Automation for Embedded Systems. Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 223-250, 2014. 
Environment & Health
Applied probabiity theory

Professor Jacco ThijssenProfessor Jacco Thijssen

Professor of Mathematical Finance

University of York Management School

  Sustainable Food
Archaeology

Virginia Harvey

Post-Doctoral Researcher in Archaeology

  1. Preserved collagen reveals species identity in archaeological marine turtle bones from Caribbean and Florida sites (2019). Royal Society Open Science, 6(10), p.191137.
  2. Interpreting the historical terrestrial vertebrate biodiversity of Cayman Brac (Greater Antilles, Caribbean) through collagen fingerprinting (2019). The Holocene, 29(4), pp.531-542. 
  3. Collagen Sequence Analysis Reveals Evolutionary History of Extinct West Indies Nesophontes (Island-Shrews) (2020). Molecular biology and evolution, 37(10), pp.2931-2943. 
 
Artificial intelligence (AI)

Dr Hamed Ahmadi

Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering

  1. Substitutability of Spectrum and Cloud-Based Antennas in Virtualized Wireless Networks, IEEE Wireless Communications, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 114-120, April 2017.
  2. Blockchain-Based Energy Trading in Electric-Vehicle-Enabled Microgrids, in IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, vol. 9, no. 6, pp. 66-71, 1 Nov. 2020.
  3. Wireless communication and the pandemic: the story so far (2020)
Environment & Health
Atmospheric chemistry

Matthew Evans

Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry

Dept of Chemistry

   

Dr Andrew Rickard

NCAS Research Scientist

Dept of Chemistry

  Resilient Ecosystems
Atmospheric greenhouse gases

Dr Ruth Purvis

NCAS Research Fellow in the Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboritories

Dept of Chemistry

  Resilient Ecosystems
Audio

Dr David Chesmore

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering

  Resilient Ecosystem
Aviation and the environment

Howard Cambridge

Research Associate

SEI-Y

  Resilient Ecosystems
Avionics

Dr Andrew Pomfret

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering

 

Sustainable Food 

Resilient Ecosystems

Balanced harvesting

Gustav Delius

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Mathematics

 

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Bayesian analysis

Ben Powell

Lecturer in Statistics

Dept of Mathematics

   
Behavioural ecology

Dr Elva Robinson

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Biology

  1. Ant colony nest networks adapt to resource disruption, Journal of Animal Ecology 90, 143-152 
  2. Keeping invertebrate research ethical in a landscape of shifting public opinion (2019), Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10, 1265-1273
  3. Do non-native conifer plantations provide benefits for a native forest specialist, the wood ant Formica lugubris? (2015). Forest Ecology and Management 357, 22-32 
 
Bioacoustics

Dr Chesmorer David

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering

  Resilient Ecosystems
Bio-based polymers

Dr Thomas Farmer

Clean Synthesis Technolgoy Platform Leader

Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence, Dept of Chemistry

  1. Enzymatic synthesis of lignin derivable pyridine based polyesters for the substitution of petroleum derived plastics (2019), Nature Commun., 10 (1), 1-9, 
  2. Post‐polymerization modification of bio‐based polymers: maximizing the high functionality of polymers derived from biomass (2018). Polym. Int., 67 (7), 755-789.
  3. New bio-based monomers: tuneable polyester properties using branched diols from biomass (2017). Faraday Discuss., 202, 61-77.
Environment & Health
Biocatalysis

Professor Neil Bruce

Director of CNAP/Chair of Biotechnology

Dept of Biology

  1. Hemocyanin facilitates lignocellulose digestion by wood-boring marine crustaceans (2018). Nature Communications 9:5125
  2. An ancient family of lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases with roles in arthropod development and biomass digestion (2018). Nature Communications 9:756
  3. Monodehydroascorbate reductase mediates TNT toxicity in plants (2015). Science. 349: 1072-1075 doi: 10.1126/science.aab3472 
Environment & Health
Biogeochemical cycling in soils & plants

Dr James Stockdale

Associate Lecturer

Biology

 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Biodiversity

Professor Lindsay Stringer

Professor in Environment & Development

Dept of Environment & Geography

 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Dr Jonathan Green

Senior Researcher

SEI-Y/Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Linking global drivers of agricultural trade to on-the-ground impacts on biodiversity (2019). PNAS 116 (46) 23202-23208

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Professor Jane Hill

University Research Theme Champion; Professor of Ecology

Dept of Biology

View my profile on York Research Database

Resilient Ecosystems 

Sustainable Food

Biodiversity assessment

Dr David Chesmore

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering

  Resilient Ecosystems
Biodiversity change

Dr Colin Beale

Reader in Ecology

Dept of Biology

  1. African elephant poaching rates correlate with local poverty, national corruption and global ivory price (2019). Nature communications 10, no. 1 (2019): 1-9.
  2. Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering (2018). Nature Climate Change 8, no. 8: 713-717.
  3. Pyrodiversity interacts with rainfall to increase bird and mammal richness in African savannas (2018). Ecology letters 21, no. 4: 557-567.
Reslient Ecosystems
Biodiversity indicators

Dr Eleanor Jew

Lecturer in Environment & Development

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Miombo woodland under threat: Consequences for tree diversity and carbon storage (2016). Forest Ecology and Management, 361, 144-153
  2. Tobacco cultivation as a driver of land use change and degradation in the miombo woodlands of south-west Tanzania (2017). Land Degradation & Development, 28, 2636-2645. 10.1002/ldr.2827
  3. Farming systems and Conservation Agriculture: Technology, structures and agency in Malawi (2020). Land Use Policy, 95, 104612

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health 

Biofilms 

Katey Valentine

PhD Student

Dept of Environment & Geography

   
Biofumigation

Dr Kelly Redeker

Lecturer

Dept of Biology

  1. Non-invasive analysis of the soil microbiome: biomonitoring strategies using the volatilome, community analysis and environmental data. Adv. Ecol. Res., 59, 93-132.
  2. Development of an efficient glucosinolate extraction method (2017). Plant Methods, 13 (17).
  3. Quantifying wind and pressure effects on trace gas fluxes across the soil-atmosphere interface. Biogeosciences, 12, 7423-7434. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Biological control 

Professor Matthew Thomas

Director of YESI & Professor of Ecological Entomology

YESI & Department of Biology

  1. Impact and cost-effectiveness of a lethal house lure against malaria transmission in central Côte d'Ivoire: a two-arm, cluster-randomised controlled trial (2021). The Lancet, 397(10276), 805-815.
  2. The influence of feeding behaviour and temperature on the capacity of mosquitoes to transmit malaria (2020). Nature ecology & evolution, 4(7), 940-951.
  3. Global threat to agriculture from invasive species (2016). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(27), 7575-7579.

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health 

Biomolecular electronics 

Dr Steven Johnson

Lecturer, Head of Intelligent Systems and Nano-science Research Group

Dept of Electronic Engineering

   
Biophysics 

Professor Mark Leake

Chair in Biological Physics, Coordinator Physics of Life Group, Research
Champion for Technologies for the Future
Dept of Physics and Biology

   
Biorefining

Professor Neil Bruce

Director of CNAP/Chair of Biotechnology

Dept of Biology

  1. Hemocyanin facilitates lignocellulose digestion by wood-boring marine crustaceans (2018). Nature Communications 9:5125
  2. An ancient family of lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases with roles in arthropod development and biomass digestion (2018). Nature Communications 9:756
  3. Monodehydroascorbate reductase mediates TNT toxicity in plants (2015). Science. 349: 1072-1075
 
Bioremediation

Dr James Moir

Professor of Microbiology

Dept of Biology

  Sustainable Food
Biotechnology

Dr Liz Rylott

Senior Researcher and Lecturer

Centre for Novel Agricultural Products, Dept of Biology

  1. Phytocat – a bio-derived Ni catalyst for rapid de-polymerization of polystyrene using a synergistic approach (2021). Green Chem., 2021, Advance Article
  2. Using in vivo nickel to direct the pyrolysis of hyperaccumulator plant biomass (2018). Green Chemistry
  3. Towards financially viable phytoextraction and production of plant-based palladium catalysts (2017). Environ Sci Technol
Environment & Health
Brexit

Dr Bryce Stewart

Senior Lecturer / Director for Engagement & Partnerships

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Making Brexit work for the environment and livelihoods: Delivering a stakeholder informed vision for agriculture and fisheries (2019). People & Nature, 1: 442-456 
  2. Marine Conservation Begins at Home: How a Local Community and Protection of a Small Bay Sent Waves of Change Around the UK and Beyond (2020). Frontiers in Marine Science, Vol. 7, Article 76 
  3. Metal pollution as a potential threat to shell strength and survival in marine bivalves (2021). Science of the Total Environment, 775: 1430192

Sustainable Food
Resilient

Ecosystems

Built Heritage 

Dr Louise Cooke

Lecturer

Dept of Archaeology

   
Carbon cycling 

Dr Andreas Heinemeyer

Associate Professor

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Peatland carbon stocks and burn history: blanket bog peat core evidence highlights charcoal impacts on peat physical properties and long-term carbon storage (2018). GEO: Geography and Environment 5(2), e00063 
  2. Hydrologically-driven ecosystem processes determine the distribution and persistence of ecosystem-specialist predators under climate change(2015). Nature Communication, 6: 7851
  3. The MILLENNIA peat cohort model, predicting past, present and future soil carbon budgets and fluxes under changing climates in peatlands(2010). Climate Research (Special Issue: Climate Change and the British Uplands) 45: 207–226 
Resilient Ecosystems 
Carbon literacy 

Virginia Harvey

Post-Doctoral Researcher in Archaeology

Dept of Archaeology 

I am strongly affiliated with The Carbon Literacy Project, a project that supports the delivery of action-driven climate change learning, across workplaces, schools, universities and communities, towards the development of a low carbon culture.     
Caribbean

Professor Henrice Altink

Professor in Modern History

Dept of History

  Reslient Ecosystems
Catalysis

Dr John Slattery

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Chemistry

  1. Probing a Ruthenium Coordination Complex at the Ionic Liquid–Vacuum Interface with Reactive-Atom Scattering, X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, and Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (2020). J. Phys. Chem. C., 382–397
  2. Nanosegregation and Structuring in the Bulk and at the Surface of Ionic-Liquid Mixtures(2017). J. Phys. Chem. B., 6002–6020, 
  3. Liquid-Crystalline Ionic Liquids as Ordered Reaction Media for the Diels–Alder Reaction(2016). Chem. Eur. J., 16113-16123, 
Environment and Health
Circular economy

 

Professor Peter Ball

Professor of Operations Management, Chair of Operations Management, Director of Business & Community Engagement

University of York Management School

  1. Developing a framework for adopting environmental manufacturing practices: learning from breweries (2020). Production Planning & Control, e-print currently 
  2. Enablers for Improving Environmental Performance of Manufacturing Operations(2019). IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 66(4), 663-675
  3. Industry-Informed Workshops to Develop Graduate Skill Sets in the Circular Economy Using Systems Thinking(2019). Journal of Chemical Education, 96(12), 2959-2967
 
Sustainable Food 

Dr Corrado Topi

Senior Research Fellow

SEI-Y

  Sustainable Food
Cities

Professor Simon Parker

Professor

Dept of Politics

 

Reslient Ecosystems

Environement & Health

Citizen science  

Dr Alison Dyke

Community Scientist

SEI-Y

 

Sustainable Food

Dr Sarah West

SEI Centre Director & Senior Research Fellow

SEI-Y 

  1. Parenting Science Gang: radical co-creation of research projects led by parents of young children (2020). Research involvement and engagement. 6, 15 p., 9.                         
  2. Particulate matter pollution in an informal settlement in Nairobi: using citizen science to make the invisible visible (2020). In: Applied Geography. 114, 12 p.
  3. Citizen Science for Quantifying and Reducing Food Loss and Food Waste(2020). Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. 4, 18 p., 589089
Environment & Health 

Dr Rachel Pateman

Researcher

SEI-Y 

  1. Recruiting and retaining participants in citizen science: what can be learnt from the volunteering literature? (2016) Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 1
  2. The Mental Health Benefits of Purposeful Activities in Public Green Spaces in Urban and Semi-Urban Neighbourhoods: A Mixed-Methods Pilot and Proof of Concept Study (2019). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16,  p., 2712
  3. The Diversity of Participants in Citizen Science(2021). Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 6(1), p.9. 

Sustainable Food 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health 

Citizenship 

Professor Jean Grugel

Professor of Development Politics, Director IGDC

Dept of Politics

   
Clean air 

Dr Terry Dillon

Lecturer

Dept of Chemistry

  Resilient Ecosystems 
Clean energy transistions (CET) 

Dr Joshua Kirshner

Senior Lecturer in Human Geography and Environmental Studies

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Energy access is needed to maintain health during pandemics (2020). Nature Energy 5(6): 419-421
  2. A regime in the making? Examining the geographies of solar PV electricity in southern Africa(2019). Geoforum 103: 114-125. 
  3. Energy justice and sustainability transitions in Mozambique(2018). Applied Energy 228: 645-655
Environment & Health 
Clean water 

Dr David Clayton

Senior Lecturer

Dept of History

   
Climate change         

Professor Kevin Cowtan 

Professor

Dept of Chemistry

  1. Coverage bias in the HadCRUT4 temperature series and its impact on recent temperature trends (2014). Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 140(683), 1935-1944.
  2. Assessing recent warming using instrumentally homogeneous sea surface temperature records(2017). Science advances, 3(1), e1601207.
  3. Evaluating biases in sea surface temperature records using coastal weather stations(2018). Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 144(712), 670-681. 
 

Dr Jon Ensor

Senior Research Fellow

SEI-Y 
  Sustainable Food 

Dr Kevin Hicks 

Senior Research Fellow

SEI-Y, Dept of Environment & Geography 
  1. Simultaneously mitigating near-term climate change and improving human health and food security (2012). Science (New York, N.Y.).335, 6065, p. 183-189, 7 p. 
  2. Development of the Low Emissions Analysis Platform – Integrated Benefits Calculator (LEAP-IBC) tool to assess air quality and climate co-benefits: Application for Bangladesh(2020). Environ Int.
  3. Making Brexit Work for the Environment and Livelihoods: Delivering a Stakeholder Informed Vision for Agriculture and Fisheries (2019). People and Nature, Volume1, Issue4, Pages 442-456.

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems 

Professor Jane Hill

University Research Theme Champion; Professor of Ecology

Dept of Biology 

 
View my profile on York Research Database 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food 

Dr Bipasa Datta 

Lecturer

Dept of Economics

  1. Research and Development, Innovations and Sustainability: A Theoretical Perspective (2020). W. Leal Filho et al. (eds.), Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals; Springer Nature Switzerland.
  2. Biodiesel as a feasible petrol fuel replacement: a multidisciplinary overview(2020). Energy and Environmental Science, Vol. 3; 1706 – 1721. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Professor Lisa Emberson

Professor in Environmental Science

SEI-Y, Dept of Environment & Geography
  1. Lower air pollution during COVID-19 lock-down: improving models and methods estimating ozone impacts on crops (2020). Phil Trans. R. Soc. 378:20200188
  2. Direct and indirect impacts of climate change on wheat yield in the Indo-Gangetic plain in India(2021). J of Ag and Food Res, Volume 4, 100132.
  3. Ozone effects on crops and consideration in crop models (2018). European J. of Agronomy 100: 19-34

Resilient Ecosystems 

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Professor Roland Gehrels

Professor in Physical Geography,

Head of Dept of Environment & Geography 

  1. A pre-industrial sea-level rise hotspot along the Atlantic coast of North America(2020). Geophysical Research Letters.
  2. Sea level in space and time: revolutions and inconvenient truths(2015). Journal of Quaternary Science 30, 131-143.
  3. When did modern rates of sea-level rise start?(2013). Global and Planetary Change 100, 263-277.
Resilient Ecosystems 

Dr Richard Friend

Senior Lecturer & Associate Professor

Dept of Environment & Geography

  Resilient Ecosystems 

Dr Colin McClean

Senior Lecturer 

Dept of Environment & Geography
  1. Agri‐environment conservation set‐asides have co‐benefits for connectivity (2020). Ecography, 43: 1435-1447. 
  2. Mapping regional risks from climate change for rainfed rice cultivation in India (2017). Agricultural Systems, 156:76-84. 
  3. Atmospheric nitrogen deposition explains patterns of plant species loss(2011). Glob Change Biol, 17: 2882-2892. 

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Dr Kevin Hicks

Senior Research Fellow 

SEI-Y, Dept of Environment & Geography  
  1. Simultaneously mitigating near-term climate change and improving human health and food security (2012). Science (New York, N.Y.).335, 6065, p. 183-189, 7 p.
  2. Development of the Low Emissions Analysis Platform – Integrated Benefits Calculator (LEAP-IBC) tool to assess air quality and climate co-benefits: Application for Bangladesh(2020). Environ Int.;145:106155.
  3. Making Brexit Work for the Environment and Livelihoods: Delivering a Stakeholder Informed Vision for Agriculture and Fisheries(2019). People and Nature, Vol 1:4, Pages 442-456.

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems 

 

Dr Eleni Michalopoulou

Research Associate

SEI-Y, Dept of Environment & Geography 

 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Papiya Mazumdar

Research Fellow

Dept of Health Sciences 

  1. Multiple Shocks, Coping and Welfare Consequences: Natural Disasters and Health Shocks in the Indian Sundarbans (2014).  PLoS ONE 9(8): e105427. 
Environment & Health 
Climate change and contaminants

Dr Sylvia Toet

Senior lecturer in Environmental Biogeochemistry

Dept of Environment & Geography
  1. Carbon Dioxide and Methane Flux Response and Recovery From Drought in a Hemiboreal Ombrotrophic Fen (2021). Frontiers in Earth Science, 8.
  2. Greenhouse gas emissions from the energy crop oilseed rape (Brassica napus); the role of photosynthetically active radiation in diurnal N2O flux variation(2018). Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 10, 306-3019.
  3. How does elevated ozone reduce methane emissions from peatlands?(2017). Science of the Total Environment, 12, 60-71. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Climate change adaptation

Professor Lindsay Stringer

Professor in Environment and Development

Dept of Environment & Geography  

 

Reslient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Climate finance

Dr Jessica Omukuti

Research Associate

Dept of Environment & Geography 

  1. The value of secondary use of data generated by non-governmental organisations for disaster risk management research: evidence from the Caribbean (2021). International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 102114.
Environment & Health
Climate justice

Dr Jessica Omukuti

Research Associate

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. The value of secondary use of data generated by non-governmental organisations for disaster risk management research: evidence from the Caribbean (2021). International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 102114.
Environment & Health
Climate politics

Professor Neil Carter

Professor, Deputy Head of Department

Dept of Politics 

  Reslient Ecosystems
Climate smart agriculture

Dr Eleanor Jew

Lecturer in Environment and Development 

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Miombo woodland under threat: Consequences for tree diversity and carbon storage (2016). Forest Ecology and Management, 361, 144-153. 
  2. Tobacco cultivation as a driver of land use change and degradation in the miombo woodlands of south-west Tanzania (2017). Land Degradation & Development, 28, 2636-2645. 
  3. Farming systems and Conservation Agriculture: Technology, structures and agency in Malawi (2020). Land Use Policy, 95, 104612. 

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health 

 
Coastal change

Professor Roland Gehrels 

Professor in Physical Geography,

Head of Dept of Environment & Geography 
  1. A pre-industrial sea-level rise hotspot along the Atlantic coast of North America (2020). Geophysical Research Letters, Volume47, Issue4, e2019GL085814
  2. Sea level in space and time: revolutions and inconvenient truths(2015). Journal of Quaternary Science 30, 131-143.
  3. When did modern rates of sea-level rise start?(2013). Global and Planetary Change 100, 263-277. 
Resilient Ecosystems 
Cognitive networking

Dr Andrew Pomfret

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering

   
Colonialism 

Dr Sabine Marie Clarke

Senior Lecturer in Modern History

Dept of History 

  1. Science at the end of empire: Experts and the development of the British Caribbean 1940-62 (2018). (Manchester University Press), open access book
  2. Competitive Cooperation and Public Health: VD Control in the British Colony of Trinidad and Tobago During WWII(2020). The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 48 (3), pp. 520-546. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

 
Communities

Dr Katherine Brookfield

Lecturer in Human Geography

Dept of Environment & Geography
  1. Perspectives on “Novel” Techniques for Designing Age-Friendly Homes and Neighborhoods with Older Adults (2020). International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(5), p.1800.
  2. Health impacts of environmental and social interventions designed to increase deprived communities’ access to urban woodlands: A mixed-methods study(2019). Public health research, 7(2), pp.1-172.
  3. The uncommon impact of common environmental details on walking in older adults(2017). International journal of environmental research and public health, 14(2), p.190. 
Environment & Health
Community engagement 

Dr Steve Cinderby

Senior Researcher Leader

Dept of Environment & Geography  
  1. Transforming urban planning processes and outcomes through creative methods (2021). Ambio. Springer Netherlands: 1–17. 
  2. Co-designing Urban Living Solutions to Improve Older People’s Mobility and Well-Being(2018). Journal of Urban Health: 20–22. 
  3. Exploring the co-benefits of urban green infrastructure improvements for businesses and workers’ wellbeing(2018). Area 50: 126–135. 
Environment & Health
Complexity

Dr Luisa Huatuco 

Senior Lecturer in Operations Management

University of York Management School

  1. Complexity Transfer in supplier-customer systems. Production Planning and Control (PPC) (2020). Production Planning & Control, 32:9, 747-759.
  2. The quest for achieving United Nations Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs): Infrastructure and innovation for Responsible production and consumption(2019).Invited ThinkBox paper, RAUSP Management Journal.
  3. Making real progress toward more sustainable societies using decision support models and tools: Introduction to the special volume(2015). Journal of Cleaner Production (JCLP), Vol. 105, pp. 1-13.

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems 

Complex systems

Dr Philip Garnett

Senior Lecturer in Systems and Organisation

University of York Management School 

  1. Vulnerability of the United Kingdom’s Food Supply Chains Exposed by COVID-19(2020). Nature Food 1 (6): 315–18.
  2. ActEarly: A City Collaboratory Approach to Early Promotion of Good Health and Wellbeing (2019). Wellcome Open Research 4 (156): 156.
  3. Total Systemic Failure?(2018). The Science of the Total Environment 626 (June): 684–88.
  4. Insight from the Horsemeat Scandal: Exploring the Consumers’ Opinion of Tweets toward Tesco(2016). Industrial Management & Data Systems 116 (6): 1178–1200. 

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

 
Conflict 

Professor Giacomo de Luca

Professor

Dept of Economics

   
Connectivity 

Dr Colin McClean

Senior Lecturer 

Dept of Environment & Geography 
  1. Agri‐environment conservation set‐asides have co‐benefits for connectivity (2020). Ecography, 43: 1435-1447. 
  2. Mapping regional risks from climate change for rainfed rice cultivation in India(2017). Agricultural Systems, 156:76-84. 
  3. Atmospheric nitrogen deposition explains patterns of plant species loss(2011). Glob Change Biol, 17: 2882-2892.

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

 
Conservation

Dr Louise Cooke

Lecturer

Dept of Archaeology 

   

Dr Elva Robinson

Senior Lecturer in Ecology

Dept of Biology

  1. Ant colony nest networks adapt to resource disruption (2020). Journal of Animal Ecology 90, 143-152 
  2. Keeping invertebrate research ethical in a landscape of shifting public opinion(2019). Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10, 1265-1273 
  3. Do non-native conifer plantations provide benefits for a native forest specialist, the wood ant Formica lugubris?(2015).Forest Ecology and Management 357, 22-32 
Resilient Ecosystems
Conservation biology

Dr Colin Beale

Reader in Ecology

Dept of Biology 

  1. African elephant poaching rates correlate with local poverty, national corruption and global ivory price (2019). Nature communications 10, no. 1: 1-9.
  2. Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering(2018). Nature Climate Change 8, no. 8: 713-717.
  3. Pyrodiversity interacts with rainfall to increase bird and mammal richness in African savannas(2018). Ecology letters 21, no. 4: 557-567. 
Resilient Ecosystems
Contaminants

Professor Mark Hodson

Professor 

Dept of Environment & Geography
  1. Interspecies variation in survival of soil fauna in flooded soil 2021). Applied Soil Ecology 158 103787. 
  2. Effect of earthworms on soil physico-hydraulic and chemical properties, herbage production, and wheat growth on arable land converted to ley(2020). Science of the Total Environment 713 136491. 
  3. Polyester-derived microfibre impacts on the soil-dwelling earthworm Lumbricus terrestris(2019). Environmental Pollution 251 453-459. 
Resilient Ecosystems
Contemporary archaeology

Professor John Schofield

Director of Studies, Cultural Heritage Management

Dept of Archaeology 

  1. ‘COVID waste’ and social media as method: An archaeology of personal protective equipment and its contribution to policy (2021). Antiquity, 95(380), 435-449.
  2. Object narratives as a methodology for mitigating marine plastic pollution: Multidisciplinary investigations in Galápagos(2020). Antiquity, 94(373), 228-244. doi:10.15184/aqy.2019.232
  3. Basin-scale sources and pathways of microplastic that ends up in the Galápagos Archipelago (2019). Ocean Sci., 15, 1341–1349.
 
Control engineering

Dr Andrew Pomfret

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering

   
Cooperation and prosocial behaviour

Dr Bailey House

Lecturer

Dept of Psychology
 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Cross-cultural studies

Dr Bailey House

Lecturer

Dept of Psychology
 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Data analysis

Professor Kevin Cowtan

Professor

Dept of Chemistry

  1. Coverage bias in the HadCRUT4 temperature series and its impact on recent temperature trends (2014). Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 140(683), 1935-1944. 
  2. Assessing recent warming using instrumentally homogeneous sea surface temperature records (2017). Science advances, 3(1), e1601207.
  3. Evaluating biases in sea surface temperature records using coastal weather stations (2018). Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 144(712), 670-681.
 
Data management 

Dr Darren Reed

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Sociology 

   
Democracy

Professor Jean Grugel

Professor of Development Politics, Director IGDC

Dept of Politics

   
Dependence modelling

Dr Alexandra Dias 

Senior Lecturer

University of York Management School

   
Design & use of creative digital technologies

Dr Darren Reed

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Sociology

   
Development

Dr Sabine Marie Clarke 

Senior Lecturer in Modern History

Dept of History
  1. Science at the end of empire: Experts and the development of the British Caribbean (2018). 1940-62, (Manchester University Press), open access book
  2. Competitive Cooperation and Public Health: VD Control in the British Colony of Trinidad and Tobago During WWII(2020). The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 48 (3), pp. 520-546. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Dynamical systems

Dr Jon Pitchford

Reader

Dept of Biology

   
Early modern English history - 16th-18th century - social & cultural history

Professor Mark Jenner 

Professor of Early Modern History

Dept of History

  Resilient Ecosystems
Earthworms

Professor Mark Hodson

Professor 

Dept of Environment & Geography 

  1. Interspecies variation in survival of soil fauna in flooded soil (2021). Applied Soil Ecology 158 103787. Doi.org/10.1016/j.apsoil.2020.103787
  2. Effect of earthworms on soil physico-hydraulic and chemical properties, herbage production, and wheat growth on arable land converted to ley(2020). Science of the Total Environment 713 136491. 
  3. Polyester-derived microfibre impacts on the soil-dwelling earthworm Lumbricus terrestris(2019). Environmental Pollution 251 453-459. Doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2019.05.037 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Eco-efficient operations

Professor Peter Ball

Professor of Operations Management, Chair of Op Man, Director of Business & Community Engagement

University of York Management School

  1. Developing a framework for adopting environmental manufacturing practices: learning from breweries (2020). Production Planning & Control, e-print currently.
  2. Enablers for Improving Environmental Performance of Manufacturing Operations (2019). IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 66(4), 663-675.
  3. Industry-Informed Workshops to Develop Graduate Skill Sets in the Circular Economy Using Systems Thinking (2019). Journal of Chemical Education, 96(12), 2959-2967.
Sustainable Food
Ecology

Professor Richard Law

Emeritus Professor 

Depts of Maths, Biology, YCCSA

Reconsidering the consequences of selective fisheries (2012). Science 335:1045-1047. Resilient Ecosystems 

Dr Thorunn Helgason

Senior Lecturer 

Dept of Biology

  Resilient Ecosystems

Professor Matthew Thomas

Director of YESI & Professor of Ecological Entomology

YESI & Department of Biology

  1. Impact and cost-effectiveness of a lethal house lure against malaria transmission in central Côte d'Ivoire: a two-arm, cluster-randomised controlled trial (2021). The Lancet, 397(10276), 805-815.
  2. The influence of feeding behaviour and temperature on the capacity of mosquitoes to transmit malaria (2020). Nature ecology & evolution, 4(7), 940-951.
  3. Global threat to agriculture from invasive species (2016). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(27), 7575-7579.

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Ecology and Management of Wildlife Populations 

Professor Piran White

Professor

Department of Environment & Geography

 

Environment & Health

Resilient Ecosystems 

Economics of Biodiversity Conservation

Dr Julia Touza

Reader

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Modelling the effectiveness of collaborative schemes for disease and pest outbreak prevention(2021). Ecological Modelling, 442, 109411.
  2. Untangling perceptions around indicators for biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services(2019). Ecosystem Services, 38, p.100952.
  3. Public-private partnerships for biosecurity: an opportunity for risk sharing(2018). Journal of Agricultural Economics, 70 (3), 771-788 
Resilient Ecosystems 
Economics of health policy 

Professor Karen Bloor

Professor of Health Economics & Policy, Research Theme Champion for Health & Wellbeing

Dept of Health Sciences

 
  Environment & Health 
Environment & Health Economics of Wildlife Management 

Professor Piran White

Professor

Department of Environment & Geography

  Environment & Health
Ecosystem services

Dr Anna Woodhead

Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Dept of Environment & Geography, LCAB
  1. Coral reef ecosystem services in the Anthropocene (2019). Functional Ecology, 33, 6, 1023-1034.
  2. Red and green loops help uncover missing feedbacks in a coral reef social–ecological system(2020). People and Nature, 2, 3, 608-618
  3. Health in fishing communities: A global perspective(2018). Fish and Fisheries, 19, 5, 839-852.
Resilient Ecosystems

Dr Andreas Heinemeyer

Associate Professor

Dept of Environment & Geography
  1. Peatland carbon stocks and burn history: blanket bog peat core evidence highlights charcoal impacts on peat physical properties and long-term carbon storage (2018). GEO: Geography and Environment 5(2), e00063. 
  2. Hydrologically-driven ecosystem processes determine the distribution and persistence of ecosystem-specialist predators under climate change(2015). Nature Communication, 6: 7851. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms8851
  3. The MILLENNIA peat cohort model, predicting past, present and future soil carbon budgets and fluxes under changing climates in peatlands(2010). Climate Research (Special Issue: Climate Change and the British Uplands) 45: 207–226. 
Resilient Ecosystems
Education

Dr Lynda Dunlop 

Senior Lecturer in Science Education

Dept of Education

  1. The environment and politics in science education – the case of teaching fracking (2021). Cultural Studies in Science Education. 
  2. “It’s our future”: Youth and fracking justice in England(2021). Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability , 110-130. https://doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2020.1867837
  3. The role of schools and teachers in nurturing and responding to climate crisis activism (2020). Children's Geographies.         
 
Electron energy loss spectroscopy

Professor Jun Yuan

Professor 

Dept of Physics

   
Emissions

Professor Alistair Lewis

Professor

Dept of Chemistry

   
Employee environmental behaviour 

Dr Victoria Wells

Professor of Sustainable and Ethical Management 

University of York Management School

 
  1. Using Values, Beliefs, and Norms to Predict Conserving Behaviors in Organizations (2020). European Management Review, 17(2), 543-558. 
  2. Sustainable Luxury Marketing: A synthesis and research agenda(2019). International Journal of Management Reviews, 21(4), 405-426.
  3. Examining the effect of an environmental social marketing intervention among university employees (2018). Studies in Higher Education, 43(11), 2104-2120. 

Sustainable Food

 
Energy 

Dr Marco Sakai

Lecturer

Dept of Environment & Geography 
  1. Your money or your life? The carbon-development paradox (2020). Environmental Research Letters, vol. 15, no. 4, 044016. 
  2. Thermodynamic Efficiency Gains and their Role as a Key ‘Engine of Economic Growth'(2019). Energies, vol. 12, no. 1, 110. 
  3. The UK's emissions and employment footprints: Exploring the trade-offs(2017). Sustainability, vol. 9, no. 7, 1242. 
Resilient Ecosystems 
Energy access and poverty

Dr Joshua Kirshner

Senior Lecturer in Human Geography and Environmental Studies 

Dept of Environment & Geography 

  1. Energy access is needed to maintain health during pandemics (2020). Nature Energy 5(6): 419-421. 
  2. A regime in the making? Examining the geographies of solar PV electricity in southern Africa(2019). Geoforum 103: 114-125. 
  3. Energy justice and sustainability transitions in Mozambique (2018). Applied Energy 228: 645-655.
Environment & Health
Environment

Papiya Mazumdar

Research Fellow

Dept of Health Sciences 

  1. Multiple Shocks, Coping and Welfare Consequences: Natural Disasters and Health Shocks in the Indian Sundarbans (2014). Plos One. 
Environment & Health

Lynda Dunlop 

Senior Lecturer in Science Education

Dept of Education
  1. The environment and politics in science education – the case of teaching fracking (2021). Cultural Studies in Science Education. 
  2. “It’s our future”: Youth and fracking justice in England (2021). Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability , 110-130. 
  3. The role of schools and teachers in nurturing and responding to climate crisis activism(2020). Children's Geographies. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2020.1828827 
 
Environmental biotechnology

Professor Neil Bruce

Director of CNAP/Chair of Biotechnology

Dept of Biology 
  1. Hemocyanin facilitates lignocellulose digestion by wood-boring marine crustaceans (2018). Nature Communications 9:5125.
  2. An ancient family of lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases with roles in arthropod development and biomass digestion(2018). Nature Communications 9:756.
  3. Monodehydroascorbate reductase mediates TNT toxicity in plants(2015). Science. 349: 1072-1075.
Environment & Health
Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis

Professor Mark Freeman

Professor of Finance, Dean of The York Management School 

  1. Climate economics support for the UN climate targets (2020). Nature Climate Change.
  2. Discounting disentangled(2018). American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. 10(4), 109-134 doi: 10.1257/pol.20160240
  3. Climate sensitivity uncertainty: When is good news bad?(2015) Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 373 (2055). 
Environment & Health

Environmental inequality

‌Professor Henrice Altink

Professor in Modern History

Dept of History
  Resilient Ecosystems
Environmental policy

Professor Neil Carter

Professor, Deputy Head of Department

Dept of Politics 

  Resilient Ecosystems
Evolution

Professor Richard Law 

Emeritus Professor

Depts of Maths, Biology, YCCSA

  1. Reconsidering the consequences of selective fisheries (2012). Science 335:1045-1047. DOI:10.1126/science.1214594 Resilient Ecosystems Extreme values
Resilient Ecosystems
Extreme values

Dr Alexandra Dias 

Senior Lecturer

University of York Management School

   

Fair Trade & social enterprise

Professor Bob Doherty

Professor of Marketing, Co-Chair in Agrifood and Principal Investigator of FixOurFood

University of York Management School 

  1. Disrupting transitions: qualitatively modelling the impact of Covid-19 on UK food and mobility provision (2021). Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions.Volume 40, September,1-19 
  2. The Role of Social Enterprise Hybrid Business Models in Inclusive Value Chain Development(2021). Sustainability, 13 (2): 499. https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/13/2/499
  3. Vulnerability of the United Kingdom’s food supply chains exposed by COVID-19Nature Food(2020).
Sustainable Food
Feeding biomechanics

Dr Philip Cox

Senior Lecturer in Anatomy

Dept of Archaeology
  1. Morphological divergence in giant fossil dormice (2020). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 287: 20202085. 
  2. Morphological and functional variation between isolated populations of British red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris)(2020). Journal of Zoology 312: 271-283. 
  3. Functional tests of the competitive exclusion hypothesis for multituberculate extinction (2019). Royal Society Open Science 6: 181536. 
Resilient Ecosystems
Fisheries

Dr Bryce Stewart

Senior Lecturer / Director for Engagement & Partnerships

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Making Brexit work for the environment and livelihoods: Delivering a stakeholder informed vision for agriculture and fisheries (2019). People & Nature, 1: 442-456.
  2. Marine Conservation Begins at Home: How a Local Community and Protection of a Small Bay Sent Waves of Change Around the UK and Beyond(2020). Frontiers in Marine Science, Vol. 7, Article 76.
  3. Metal pollution as a potential threat to shell strength and survival in marine bivalves(2021). Science of the Total Environment, 775: 1430192 

Sustainable Food

 Resilient Ecosystems

Professor Richard Law 

Emeritus Professor

Depts of Maths, Biology, YCCSA

 
  1. Reconsidering the consequences of selective fisheries (2012). Science 335:1045-1047. Resilient Ecosystems Fisheries and rural livelihoods  

Resilient Ecosystems

Fisheries and rural livelihoods 

Dr Richard Friend

Senior Lecturer & Associate Professor

Dept of Environment & Geography

  Resilient Ecosystems 
Fluid dynamics 

Dr Dimitri (Mitya) Pushkin

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Mathematics

   
Food aid

Dr Maddy Power 

Research Fellow

Dept of Health Sciences

  1. '‘We are constantly overdrawn, despite not spending money on anything other than bills and food’: A mixed-methods, participatory study of food and insecurity in the context of income inequality (2021). Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 21-45. 
  2. How COVID-19 has exposed inequalities in the UK food system: The case of UK food and poverty(2020). Emerald Open Research, vol. 2, 11. 
  3. The incompatibility of system and lifeworld understandings of food insecurity and the provision of food aid in an English city(2018), VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, vol. 31, pp. 907-922. 
Environment & Health
Food insecurity

Dr Maddy Power 

Research Fellow

Dept of Health Sciences

  1. '‘We are constantly overdrawn, despite not spending money on anything other than bills and food’: A mixed-methods, participatory study of food and insecurity in the context of income inequality (2021). Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 21-45. 
  2. How COVID-19 has exposed inequalities in the UK food system: The case of UK food and poverty(2020). Emerald Open Research, vol. 2, 11. 
  3. The incompatibility of system and lifeworld understandings of food insecurity and the provision of food aid in an English city(2018), VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, vol. 31, pp. 907-922. 
Environment & Health
Food policy

Dr Ariadne Kapetanaki

Lecuturer in Marketing

University of York Management School
  1. Completing the food waste management loop: is there market potential for value-added surplus products (VASP)? (2020). Journal of Cleaner Production, [120435].
  2. The Global Syndemic of Obesity, Undernutrition, and Climate Change: The Lancet Commission report (2019). The Lancet, 393(10173), 791-846. 
  3. The Socio-Economic Boundaries Shaping Young People's Lunchtime Food Practices on a School Day(2018). Children and Society, 32(3), 195-206. 

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health 

Professor Jeff Jia

Chair Professor of Supply Chain Management

University of York Management School

 

Sustainable Food

Food practices (lived experiences)

Dr Ariadne Kapetanaki

Lecuturer in Marketing

University of York Management School 

  1. Completing the food waste management loop: is there market potential for value-added surplus products (VASP)? (2020) Journal of Cleaner Production, [120435].
  2. The Global Syndemic of Obesity, Undernutrition, and Climate Change: The Lancet Commission report(2019). The Lancet, 393(10173), 791-846. 
  3. The Socio-Economic Boundaries Shaping Young People's Lunchtime Food Practices on a School Day(2018). Children and Society, 32(3), 195-206.  

Sustainable Food

 Environment & Health

Food systems

Dr Simon Croft

Research Fellow

SEI-Y
  Sustainable Food

Professor Bob Doherty

Professor of Marketing, Co-Chair in Agrifood and Principal Investigator of FixOurFood

University of York Management School
  1. Disrupting transitions: qualitatively modelling the impact of Covid-19 on UK food and mobility provision (2021). Environmental Innovation and Societal TransitionsVolume 40, September, 1-19 
  2. The Role of Social Enterprise Hybrid Business Models in Inclusive Value Chain Development(2021). Sustainability, 13 (2): 499. 
  3. Vulnerability of the United Kingdom’s food supply chains exposed by COVID-19Nature Food(2020).  
Sustainable Food

Dr Chris West

Deputy Centre Director for Research

SEI-Y

  Sustainable Food
Food system resilience

Dr Jon Ensor

Senior Research Fellow

SEI-Y
  Sustainable Food
Food waste

Dr Ariadne Kapetanaki

Lecuturer in Marketing

University of York Management School 

  1. Completing the food waste management loop: is there market potential for value-added surplus products (VASP)? (2020). Journal of Cleaner Production, [120435]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.120435
  2. The Global Syndemic of Obesity, Undernutrition, and Climate Change: The Lancet Commission report(2019). The Lancet, 393(10173), 791-846. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(18)32822-8
  3. The Socio-Economic Boundaries Shaping Young People's Lunchtime Food Practices on a School Day (2018). Children and Society, 32(3), 195-206. 

Sustainable Food

 Environment & Health

Fuel poverty

Dr Carolyn Snell

Reader in Social Policy

Social Policy and Social Work

  Environment & Health
Functional morphology

Dr Philip Cox

Senior Lecturer in Anatomy

Dept of Archaeology 

  1. Morphological divergence in giant fossil dormice (2020). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 287: 20202085. doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2020.2085
  2. Morphological and functional variation between isolated populations of British red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris) (2020). Journal of Zoology 312: 271-283. 
  3. Functional tests of the competitive exclusion hypothesis for multituberculate extinction (2019). Royal Society Open Science 6: 181536. 
Resilient Ecosystems 
Game theory

Professor Jacco Thijssen

Professor of Mathematical Finance

University of York Management School 

  Sustainable Food
GHG emissions

Dr Andreas Heinemeyer 

Associate Professor

SEI/Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Peatland carbon stocks and burn history: blanket bog peat core evidence highlights charcoal impacts on peat physical properties and long-term carbon storage (2018). GEO: Geography and Environment 5(2), e00063. 
  2. Hydrologically-driven ecosystem processes determine the distribution and persistence of ecosystem-specialist predators under climate change(2015). Nature Communication, 6: 7851.
  3. The MILLENNIA peat cohort model, predicting past, present and future soil carbon budgets and fluxes under changing climates in peatlands(2010). Climate Research (Special Issue: Climate Change and the British Uplands) 45: 207–226. 
Resilient Ecosystems 
GIS & remote sensing for environmental applications 

Howard Cambridge

Research Associate 

SEI-Y 

  Resilient Ecosystems 
Global food systems 

Professor Tony Heron

Professor of International Political Economy

Dept of Politics 

  1. Vulnerability of the United Kingdom’s food supply chains exposed by COVID-19 (2020). Nature: Food, Vol. 1 (2020).
  2. A UK-US free trade agreement? Don’t count your (chlorinated) chickens just yet(2020). SPERI Blog.
  3. Global Value Chains and the Governance of ‘Embedded’ Commodities (2018). Global Policy, Vol. 9, No. S2 

Sustainable Food

 
Global trade

 

Research Fellow

SEI-Y

  Sustainable Food
Global value chains

 

Professor of International Political Economy

Dept of Politics 
  1. Vulnerability of the United Kingdom’s food supply chains exposed by COVID-19 (2020). Nature: Food, Vol. 1 (2020).
  2. A UK-US free trade agreement? Don’t count your (chlorinated) chickens just yet(2020). SPERI Blog.
  3. Global Value Chains and the Governance of ‘Embedded’ Commodities (2018). Global Policy, Vol. 9, No. S2.
Sustainable Food
Governance

Professor Jean Grugel

Professor of Development Politics, Director IGDC

Dept of Politics

   
Green and Sustainable Chemistry

Dr Avtar Matharu

Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director, Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence

Dept of Chemistry
  1. Unforeseen crystal forms of the natural osmolyte floridoside (2020). Commun. Chem., 3, 128. 
  2. A biorefinery strategy for spent industrial ginger waste(2021). J. Hazard. Mater., 401, 123400. 
  3. Perspectives on "game changer" global challenges for sustainable 21st century: Plant-based diet, unavoidable food waste biorefining, and circular economy(2020). Sustainability, 12, 1976. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

 Environment & Health 

Green communications and networks

Dr Hamed Ahmadi

Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering
  1. Substitutability of Spectrum and Cloud-Based Antennas in Virtualized Wireless Networks (2017). IEEE Wireless Communications, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 114-120, April 2017.
  2. Blockchain-Based Energy Trading in Electric-Vehicle-Enabled Microgrids(2020). IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, vol. 9, no. 6, pp. 66-71. (2020).
  3. Wireless communication and the pandemic: the story so far. Available online.

Resilient Ecosystems

 Environment & Health 

Greenhouse gas emissions

Dr Sylvia Toet

Senior lecturer in Environmental Biogeochemistry

Dept of Environment & Geography
  1. Carbon Dioxide and Methane Flux Response and Recovery From Drought in a Hemiboreal Ombrotrophic Fen (2021). Frontiers in Earth Science, 8.
  2. Greenhouse gas emissions from the energy crop oilseed rape (Brassica napus); the role of photosynthetically active radiation in diurnal N2O flux variation(2018). Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 10, 306-3019.
  3. How does elevated ozone reduce methane emissions from peatlands?(2017). Science of the Total Environment, 12, 60-71.
Resilient Ecosystems
Greenspaces

Dr Rachel Pateman

Researcher

SEI-Y 

  1. Recruiting and retaining participants in citizen science: what can be learnt from the volunteering literature? (2016). Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 1, pp. 1-10. 
  2. The Mental Health Benefits of Purposeful Activities in Public Green Spaces in Urban and Semi-Urban Neighbourhoods: A Mixed-Methods Pilot and Proof of Concept Study (2019). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, p., 2712. 
  3. The Diversity of Participants in Citizen Science(2021). Citizen Science: Theory and Practice. In press 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

 Environment & Health 

Habitat loss

Professor Jane Hill

University Research Theme Champion; Professor of Ecology

Dept of Biology

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Health and wellbeing

Dr Steve Cinderby

Senior Research Leader  

SEI-Y, Dept of Environment & Geography 

  1. Transforming urban planning processes and outcomes through creative methods (2021). Ambio. Springer Netherlands: 1–17. 
  2. Co-designing Urban Living Solutions to Improve Older People’s Mobility and Well-Being(2018). Journal of Urban Health: 20–22. 
  3. Exploring the co-benefits of urban green infrastructure improvements for businesses and workers’ wellbeing(2017). Area 50: 126–135. 
Environment & Health
Health inequality

Professor Tim Doran

Professor of Health Policy

Dept of Health Sciences 

  Environment & Health
Health systems

Dr Amanda Mason-Jones

Associate Professor in Global Public Health

Dept of Health Sciences 

  1. Acculturation, Resilience and the Mental Health of Migrant Youth: A Cross-Country Comparative Study (2018). Public Health 162: 63-70.
  2. Structural violence and marginalisation. The sexual and reproductive health experiences of separated young people on the move. A rapid review with relevance to the European humanitarian crisis(2018). Public Health. 158: 156-162.
  3. Intimate partner violence in early adolescence: the role of gender, socio-economic factors and the school (2016). South African Medical Journal. 106:5:502-509. 
Environment & Health 
Health

Professor Kate Pickett

Professor of Epidemiology

Dept of Health Sciences 
 

Sustainable Food

 Environment & Health 

Health and architecture

Dr Daryl Martin

Lecturer

Dept of Sociology

   
Heritage 

Professor John Schofield 

Director of Studies, Cultural Heritage Management

Dept of Archaeology

  1. ‘COVID waste’ and social media as method: An archaeology of personal protective equipment and its contribution to policy (2021). Antiquity, 95(380), 435-449.
  2. Object narratives as a methodology for mitigating marine plastic pollution: Multidisciplinary investigations in Galápagos(2020). Antiquity, 94(373), 228-244. 
  3.  Basin-scale sources and pathways of microplastic that ends up in the Galápagos Archipelago (2019). Ocean Sci., 15, 1341–1349. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Historical temperature record

Professor Kevin Cowtan

Professor

Department of Chemistry
  1. Coverage bias in the HadCRUT4 temperature series and its impact on recent temperature trends (2014). Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 140(683), 1935-1944.
  2. Assessing recent warming using instrumentally homogeneous sea surface temperature records(2017). Science advances, 3(1), e1601207.
  3. Evaluating biases in sea surface temperature records using coastal weather stations(2018). Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 144(712), 670-681. 
 
History of Cleanliness and Water Supply

Professor Mark Jenner 

Professor of Early Modern History

Dept of History
  Resilient Ecosystems
History of Medicine and Public Health 16th-19th century

 

Professor of Early Modern History

Dept of History
  Resilient Ecosystems
Homelessness and supported housing

Deborah Quilgars

Senior Research Fellow

Centre for Housing Policy
   
Housing services & veterans

Deborah Quilgars

Senior Research Fellow

Centre for Housing Policy
  Environment & Health
Human impact studies

Virginia Harvey

Post-Doctoral Researcher in Archaeology

Dept of Archaeology

  1. Preserved collagen reveals species identity in archaeological marine turtle bones from Caribbean and Florida sites (2019). Royal Society Open Science, 6(10), p.191137. 
  2. Interpreting the historical terrestrial vertebrate biodiversity of Cayman Brac (Greater Antilles, Caribbean) through collagen fingerprinting(2019). The Holocene, 29(4), pp.531-542. 
  3. Collagen Sequence Analysis Reveals Evolutionary History of Extinct West Indies Nesophontes (Island-Shrews)(2020). Molecular biology and evolution, 37(10), pp.2931-2943. 
 
Human rights

Professor Jean Grugel

Professor of Development Politics, Director IGDC

Dept of Politics

   
Human wellbeing 

Dr Anna Woodhead

Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Dept of Environment & Geography, LCAB

  1. Coral reef ecosystem services in the Anthropocene (2019). Functional Ecology, 33, 6, 1023-1034. 
  2. Red and green loops help uncover missing feedbacks in a coral reef social–ecological system(2020). People and Nature, 2, 3, 608-618.
  3. Health in fishing communities: A global perspective(2018). Fish and Fisheries, 19, 5, 839-852.
Resilient Ecosystems 
Image 

Dr David Chesmore

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering

 
  Resilient Ecosystems 
Indoor air quality 

Professor Nicola Carslaw

Professor in Indoor Air Chemistry

Dept of Environment & Geography 
  1. Indoor Chemistry (2018). Invited feature article for Environmental Science and Technology, 52, 2419-2428.
  2. How do breath and skin emissions impact indoor air chemistry? (2019). Indoor Air, 29, 369-379.
  3. Photolysis driven indoor air chemistry following cleaning of hospital wards (2020). Indoor Air, 30, 1241-1255. 
Environment & Health 
Inequality

Professor Kate Pickett

Professor of Epidemiology

Dept of Health Sciences

 

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Professor Simon Parker

Professor

Dept of Politics
 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Insecticides

Dr Sabine Marie Clarke

Senior Lecturer in Modern History

Dept of History 
  1. Science at the end of empire: Experts and the development of the British Caribbean, 1940-62 (2018). (Manchester University Press), open access book.
  2. Competitive Cooperation and Public Health: VD Control in the British Colony of Trinidad and Tobago During WWII(2020). The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 48 (3), pp. 520-546. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Insitutions

Professor Giacomo de Luca

Professor

Dept of Economics
   
Instrumentation (Environmental)

 Dr David Chesmore

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering

  Resilient Ecosystems
Integenerational social discounting 

Professor Mark Freeman

Professor of Finance, Dean of The York Management School 
  1. Climate economics support for the UN climate targets (2020). Nature Climate Change. 
  2. Discounting disentangled(2018). American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. 10(4), 109-134.
  3. Climate sensitivity uncertainty: When is good news bad?(2015). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 373.

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Integrated nitrogen management

Dr Kevin Hicks

Senior Research Fellow

SEI-Y
  1. Simultaneously mitigating near-term climate change and improving human health and food security (2012). Science (New York, N.Y.).335, 6065, p. 183-189, 7 p. 
  2. Development of the Low Emissions Analysis Platform – Integrated Benefits Calculator (LEAP-IBC) tool to assess air quality and climate co-benefits: Application for Bangladesh. (2020).  Environ Int.;145:106155  
  3. Making Brexit Work for the Environment and Livelihoods: Delivering a Stakeholder Informed Vision for Agriculture and Fisheries(2019).  People and Nature, Volume1, Issue4.

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

International development 

Dr Richard Friend

Senior Lecturer & Associate Professor

Dept of Environment & Geography

  Resilient Ecosystems 
International trade 

Dr Marco Sakai

Lecturer

Dept of Environment & Geography 
  1. Your money or your life? The carbon-development paradox (2020), Environmental Research Letters, vol. 15, no. 4, 044016. 
  2. Thermodynamic Efficiency Gains and their Role as a Key ‘Engine of Economic Growth’(2019). Energies, vol. 12, no. 1, 110. 
  3. The UK's emissions and employment footprints: Exploring the trade-offs (2017). Sustainability, vol. 9, no. 7, 1242. 
 
Resilient Ecosystems 

Internet communication and technology

 

Howard Cambridge

Research Associate 

SEI-Y 

 
  Resilient Ecosystems 
Internet of Things (IoT) 

Dr Hamed Ahmadi

Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering 

 
  1. Substitutability of Spectrum and Cloud-Based Antennas in Virtualized Wireless Networks (2017). IEEE Wireless Communications, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 114-120, April 2017, doi: 10.1109/MWC.2016.1500303WC.
  2. Blockchain-Based Energy Trading in Electric-Vehicle-Enabled Microgrids (2020). IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, vol. 9, no. 6, pp. 66-71.
  3. Wireless communication and the pandemic: the story so far (2020). . IEEE ComSoc Technology News.

Resilient Ecosystems

 

Ionic liquids 

Dr John Slattery

Senior lecturer

Dept of Chemistry

  1. Probing a Ruthenium Coordination Complex at the Ionic Liquid–Vacuum Interface with Reactive-Atom Scattering, X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, and Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry
    (2020)., J. Phys. Chem. C., 382–397, 
  2. Nanosegregation and Structuring in the Bulk and at the Surface of Ionic-Liquid Mixtures(2017). J. Phys. Chem. B., 6002–6020.
  3. Liquid-Crystalline Ionic Liquids as Ordered Reaction Media for the Diels–Alder Reaction(2016). Chem. Eur. J., 16113-16123,
Environment & Health 
Labour markets and health 

Professor Karen Bloor

Professor of Health Economics & Policy, Research Theme Champion for Health & Wellbeing

Dept of Health Sciences

  Environment & Health
Land

 

Professor in Environment and Development

Dept of Environment & Geography

 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Land use change

Dr Eleanor Jew

Lecturer in Environment and Development

Dept of Environment & Geography 

  1. Miombo woodland under threat: Consequences for tree diversity and carbon storage (2016). Forest Ecology and Management, 361, 144-153. 
  2. Tobacco cultivation as a driver of land use change and degradation in the miombo woodlands of south-west Tanzania(2017). Land Degradation & Development, 28, 2636-2645. 
  3. Farming systems and Conservation Agriculture: Technology, structures and agency in Malawi(2020). Land Use Policy, 95, 104612. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Dr Kelly Redeker

Lecturer

Dept of Biology 

  1. Non-invasive analysis of the soil microbiome: biomonitoring strategies using the volatilome, community analysis and environmental data (2018). Adv. Ecol. Res., 59, 93-132.
  2. Development of an efficient glucosinolate extraction method (2017). Plant Methods, 13 (17).
  3. Quantifying wind and pressure effects on trace gas fluxes across the soil-atmosphere interface (2015). Biogeosciences, 12, 7423-7434.

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Legal aspects of carbon capture

Professor Stuart Bell 

Dean of the Faculty of the Social Sciences

York Law School

 
  Resilient Ecosystems
Long term conditions

Dr Peter Coventry

Senior Lecturer in Health Services Research

Dept of Health Sciences

  1. Effect of extreme weather events on mental health: a narrative synthesis and meta-analysis for the UK (2020). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health . 
  2. Psychological and pharmacological interventions for posttraumatic stress disorder and comorbid mental health problems following complex traumatic events: Systematic review and component network meta-analysis (2020). Plos medicine, 17(8), [e1003262].
  3. The Mental Health Benefits of Purposeful Activities in Public Green Spaces in Urban and Semi-Urban Neighbourhoods: A Mixed-Methods Pilot and Proof of Concept Study (2019). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH), 16(15), [2712]. 

Environment & Health

Resilient Ecosystems 

Macroeconomics 

 

Lecturer 

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Your money or your life? The carbon-development paradox (2020). Environmental Research Letters, vol. 15, no. 4, 044016. 
  2. Thermodynamic Efficiency Gains and their Role as a Key ‘Engine of Economic Growth’(2019). Energies, vol. 12, no. 1, 110. https://doi.org/10.3390/en12010110
  3. The UK's emissions and employment footprints: Exploring the trade-offs (2017). Sustainability, vol. 9, no. 7, 1242. https://doi.org/10.3390/su9071242 
Resilient Ecosystems
Manufacturing systems

Dr Luisa Huatuco

Senior Lecturer in Operations Management

University of York Management School

  1. Complexity Transfer in supplier-customer systems (2020). Production Planning and Control (PPC). 
  2. The quest for achieving United Nations Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs): Infrastructure and innovation for Responsible production and consumption (2019). Invited ThinkBox paper, RAUSP Management Journal. 
  3. Making real progress toward more sustainable societies using decision support models and tools: Introduction to the special volume(2015). Journal of Cleaner Production (JCLP), Vol. 105, pp. 1-13.
Sustainable Food
Marine conservation

Dr Bryce Stewart

Senior Lecturer, Director for Engagement & Partnerships 

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Making Brexit work for the environment and livelihoods: Delivering a stakeholder informed vision for agriculture and fisheries (2019). People & Nature, 1: 442-456.
  2. Marine Conservation Begins at Home: How a Local Community and Protection of a Small Bay Sent Waves of Change Around the UK and Beyond(2020). Frontiers in Marine Science, Vol. 7, Article 76 
  3. Metal pollution as a potential threat to shell strength and survival in marine bivalves(2021). Science of the Total Environment, 775: 1430192 

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Marine ecosystem modelling 

Gustav Delius

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Mathematics

 

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

 
Material culture 

Professor John Schofield

Director of Studies, Cultural Heritage Management

Dept of Archaeology 

  1. ‘COVID waste’ and social media as method: An archaeology of personal protective equipment and its contribution to policy (2021). Antiquity, 95(380), 435-449. 
  2. Object narratives as a methodology for mitigating marine plastic pollution: Multidisciplinary investigations in Galápagos(2020). Antiquity, 94(373), 228-244. 
  3. Basin-scale sources and pathways of microplastic that ends up in the Galápagos Archipelago(2019). Ocean Sci., 15, 1341–1349.   

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health 

Mathematical biology & ecology 

Dr Jon Pitchford

Reader 

Dept of Biology 

   
Mathematical economics 

Professor Jacco Thijssen

Professor of Mathematical Finance

University of York Management School 

  Sustainable Food 
Maths and literacy interventions

Dr Pam Hanley

Research Fellow in the York Trials Unit

Dept of Health Sciences 

   
Mental Health

Dr Peter Coventry

Senior Lecturer in Health Services Research

Dept of Health Sciences

  1. Effect of extreme weather events on mental health: a narrative synthesis and meta-analysis for the UK (2020). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health . 
  2. Psychological and pharmacological interventions for posttraumatic stress disorder and comorbid mental health problems following complex traumatic events: Systematic review and component network meta-analysis (2020). Plos medicine, 17(8), [e1003262].
  3. The Mental Health Benefits of Purposeful Activities in Public Green Spaces in Urban and Semi-Urban Neighbourhoods: A Mixed-Methods Pilot and Proof of Concept Study (2019). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH), 16(15), [2712]. 

Environment & Health

Resilient Ecosystems

Microbiology 

Dr James Moir

Professor of Microbiology

Dept of Biology 

 
  Sustainable Food 
Micro-economics 

 

Professor of Mathematical Finance

University of York Management School  

  Sustainable Food 
Microorganisms 

Katey Valentine

PhD Student

Dept of Environment & Geography  

   
Migration

Professor Simon Parker

Professor

Dept of Politics

 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Mobility and transport 

 

Senior Research Leader  

SEI-Y, Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Transforming urban planning processes and outcomes through creative methods (2021). Ambio. Springer Netherlands: 1–17. doi:10.1007/s13280-020-01436-3.
  2. Co-designing Urban Living Solutions to Improve Older People’s Mobility and Well-Being(2018). Journal of Urban Health: 20–22.
  3. Exploring the co-benefits of urban green infrastructure improvements for businesses and workers’ wellbeing(2018). Area 50: 126–135.
Environment & Health 
Monitoring ecosystem function 

Dr Kelly Redeker

Lecturer

Dept of Biology 
  1. Non-invasive analysis of the soil microbiome: biomonitoring strategies using the volatilome, community analysis and environmental data (2018). Adv. Ecol. Res., 59, 93-132.
  2. Development of an efficient glucosinolate extraction method(2017). Plant Methods, 13 (17).
  3. Quantifying wind and pressure effects on trace gas fluxes across the soil-atmosphere interface (2015). Biogeosciences, 12, 7423-7434. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food 

Morphological evolution 

Dr Philip Cox

Senior Lecturer in Anatomy

Dept of Archaeology 

  1. Morphological divergence in giant fossil dormice(2020). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 287: 20202085. 
  2. Morphological and functional variation between isolated populations of British red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris)(2020). Journal of Zoology 312: 271-283. 
  3. Functional tests of the competitive exclusion hypothesis for multituberculate extinction (2019). Royal Society Open Science 6: 181536. 
Resilient Ecosystems 
Multi-agent systems 

Dr Andrew Pomfret

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering 

   
Music synthesis 

 

Professor of Sound & Music Computing; University Research Champion for Creativity

Dept of Electronic Engineering

   
Nanofabrication 

Dr Steven Johnson

Lecturer, Head of Intelligent Systems and Nano-science Research Group

Dept of Electronic Engineering 

   
Nanophysics and Nanomaterials

Professor Jun Yuan

Professor 

Dept of Physics

   
Natural environment

Dr Peter Coventry

Senior Lecturer in Health Services Research

Dept of Health Sciences

  1. Effect of extreme weather events on mental health: a narrative synthesis and meta-analysis for the UK (2020). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health . 
  2. Psychological and pharmacological interventions for posttraumatic stress disorder and comorbid mental health problems following complex traumatic events: Systematic review and component network meta-analysis (2020). Plos medicine, 17(8), [e1003262].
  3. The Mental Health Benefits of Purposeful Activities in Public Green Spaces in Urban and Semi-Urban Neighbourhoods: A Mixed-Methods Pilot and Proof of Concept Study (2019). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH), 16(15), [2712]. 
 

Environment & Health

Resilient Ecosystems 

Natural resource governance

Dr Richard Friend

Senior Lecturer & Associate Professor

Dept of Environment & Geography

  Resilient Ecosystems
Natural resource management

Dr Julia Touza

Reader

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Modelling the effectiveness of collaborative schemes for disease and pest outbreak prevention (2021). Ecological Modelling, 442, 109411.
  2. Untangling perceptions around indicators for biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services (2019). Ecosystem Services, 38, p.100952.
  3. Public-private partnerships for biosecurity: an opportunity for risk sharing(2018). Journal of Agricultural Economics, 70 (3), 771-788.
Resilient Ecosystems 
Nature based solutions 

Professor Rob Marchant

Professor of Tropical Ecology

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Drivers and trajectories of land cover change in East Africa: Human and environmental interactions from 6000 years ago to present(2018). Earth-Science Reviews Volume 178, March 2018, Pages 322-378 
  2. Views from two mountains: exploring climate change impacts on traditional farming communities of Eastern Africa highlands through participatory scenarios(2019). Sustain Sci 14, 191–203. 
  3. Science with society: Evidence-based guidance for best practices in environmental transdisciplinary work(2021). Global Environmental Change, 68, 102240.

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food 

Networking 

Dr Paul Mitchell

Professor 

Dept of Electronic Engineering 

  1. .  Wireless sensor systems for extreme environments: a review (2014). IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 14(11), pp. 3955-3970.
  2. Application of reinforcement learning to medium access control for wireless sensor networks(2015). Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, vol. 46(A), pp. 23-32.
  3. TDA-MAC: TDMA without clock synchronization in underwater acoustic networks(2018). IEEE Access, vol. 6, pp. 1091-1108.

Resilient Ecosystems

 Environment & Health

Nitrogen cycling

Dr James Moir

Professor of Microbiology

Dept of Biology

 

Sustainable Food

Novel field technology

Dr Sylvia Toet

Senior lecturer in Environmental Biogeochemistry 

Dept of Environment & Geography
  1. Carbon Dioxide and Methane Flux Response and Recovery From Drought in a Hemiboreal Ombrotrophic Fen(2021). Frontiers in Earth Science, 8, 10.3389/feart.2020.562401
  2. Greenhouse gas emissions from the energy crop oilseed rape (Brassica napus); the role of photosynthetically active radiation in diurnal N2O flux variation(2018), Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 10, 306-3019.
  3. How does elevated ozone reduce methane emissions from peatlands?(2017). Science of the Total Environment, 12, 60-71.

Resilient Ecosystems

 Environment & Health

Sustainable Food

 
Ocean chemistry 

Matthew Evans

Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry

Dept of Chemistry 
   
Omics 

Dr James Chong

Professor

Dept of Biology 

  Resilient Ecosystems 
Paleobidiversity 

Virginia Harvey

Post-Doctoral Researcher in Archaeology

Dept of Archaeology
  1. Preserved collagen reveals species identity in archaeological marine turtle bones from Caribbean and Florida sites(2019). Royal Society Open Science, 6(10), p.191137.
  2. Interpreting the historical terrestrial vertebrate biodiversity of Cayman Brac (Greater Antilles, Caribbean) through collagen fingerprinting (2019). The Holocene, 29(4), pp.531-542. 
  3. Collagen Sequence Analysis Reveals Evolutionary History of Extinct West Indies Nesophontes (Island-Shrews)(2020). Molecular biology and evolution, 37(10), pp.2931-2943. 
 
Paloeoecology 

 

Professor of Tropical Ecology

Dept of Environment & Geography 

 
  1. African elephant poaching rates correlate with local poverty, national corruption and global ivory price (2019). Nature communications 10, no. 1: 1-9.
  2. Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering(2018). Nature Climate Change 8, no. 8: 713-717.
  3. Pyrodiversity interacts with rainfall to increase bird and mammal richness in African savannas(2018). Ecology letters 21, no. 4: 557-567. 
 
Participatory methods 

Dr Maddy Power

Research Fellow

Dept of Health Sciences

  1. '‘We are constantly overdrawn, despite not spending money on anything other than bills and food’: A mixed-methods, participatory study of food and insecurity in the context of income inequality (2021). Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 21-45. 
  2. How COVID-19 has exposed inequalities in the UK food system: The case of UK food and poverty(2020). Emerald Open Research, vol. 2, 11. 
  3. The incompatibility of system and lifeworld understandings of food insecurity and the provision of food aid in an English city(2018), VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, vol. 31, pp. 907-922. 
Environment & Health 
Phytoremeditation 

Dr Liz Rylott

Senior Researcher and Lecturer

Centre for Novel Agricultural Products, Dept of Biology

  1. Phytocat – a bio-derived Ni catalyst for rapid de-polymerization of polystyrene using a synergistic approach (2021). Green Chem., 2021, Advance Article 
  2. Using in vivo nickel to direct the pyrolysis of hyperaccumulator plant biomass(2018). Green Chemistry 
  3. Towards financially viable phytoextraction and production of plant-based palladium catalysts(2017). Environ Sci Technol
Environment & Health 
Plastics 

Katey Valentine

PhD student

Dept of Environment and Geography 

   
Platform molecules

Dr Thomas Farmer

Clean Synthesis Technology Platform Leader

Dept of Chemistry 

  1. Enzymatic synthesis of lignin derivable pyridine based polyesters for the substitution of petroleum derived plastics (2019), Nature Commun., 10 (1), 1-9, 
  2. Post‐polymerization modification of bio‐based polymers: maximizing the high functionality of polymers derived from biomass(2018). Polym. Int., 67 (7), 755-789.
  3. New bio-based monomers: tuneable polyester properties using branched diols from biomass(2017). Faraday Discuss., 202, 61-77.
Environment & Health
Policy

Dr Eleni Michalopoulou

Research Associate

SEI-Y, Dept of Environment & Geography 

 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Policy and governance

Dr Samarthia Thankappan

Senior Lecturer

Department of Environment & Geography

   
Political economy

Professor Jean Grugel

Professor of Development Politics, Director IGDC

Dept of Politics

   
Political economy of trade

Professor Tony Heron

Professor of International Political Economy

Dept of Politics 

  1. Vulnerability of the United Kingdom’s food supply chains exposed by COVID-19 (2020). Nature: Food, Vol. 1 (2020).
  2. A UK-US free trade agreement? Don’t count your (chlorinated) chickens just yet(2020). SPERI Blog.
  3. Global Value Chains and the Governance of ‘Embedded’ Commodities(2018). Global Policy, Vol. 9, No. S2. 
Sustainable Food
Pollutants

Dr Liz Rylott

Senior Researcher and Lecturer

Centre for Novel Agricultural Products, Dept of Biology

  1. Phytocat – a bio-derived Ni catalyst for rapid de-polymerization of polystyrene using a synergistic approach(2021). Green Chem., 2021, Advance Article 
  2. Using in vivo nickel to direct the pyrolysis of hyperaccumulator plant biomass(2018). Green Chemistry 
  3. Towards financially viable phytoextraction and production of plant-based palladium catalysts(2017). Environ Sci Technol 
Environment & Health

Pollution (Pharmaceuticals, nanomaterials, polymers, degradates)

 

Professor Alistair Boxall

Professor 

Dept of Environment & Geography

  Resilient Ecosystems
Population health 

Papiya Mazumdar

Research Fellow

Dept of Health Sciences 
  1. Multiple Shocks, Coping and Welfare Consequences: Natural Disasters and Health Shocks in the Indian Sundarbans (2014).Plos One. Environment & Health  Practice and policy on humanitarian interventions in disasters
Environment & Health

Practice and policy on humanitarian interventions in disasters

Dr Jo Rose

Lecturer in Humanitarian Response

Dept of Health Sciences

   
Probability

Ben Powell

Lecturer in Statistics

Dept of Mathematics

   

Public & expert understanding of Science

Dr Nik Brown

Professor in sociology

Dept of Sociology
   
Renewable resources

Dr Avtar Matharu

Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director, Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence

Dept of Chemistry 

  1. Unforeseen crystal forms of the natural osmolyte floridoside (2020). Commun. Chem., 3, 128. 
  2. A biorefinery strategy for spent industrial ginger waste(2021). J. Hazard. Mater., 401, 123400. 
  3. Perspectives on "game changer" global challenges for sustainable 21st century: Plant-based diet, unavoidable food waste biorefining, and circular economy(2020). Sustainability, 12, 1976. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Renewables

Dr Bipasa Datta 

Lecturer

Dept of Economics 

  1. Research and Development, Innovations and Sustainability: A Theoretical Perspective (2020). W. Leal Filho et al. (eds.), Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals; Springer Nature Switzerland.
  2. Biodiesel as a feasible petrol fuel replacement: a multidisciplinary overview (2020). Energy and Environmental Science, Vol. 3; 1706 – 1721.

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Resilience

Professor Henrice Altink

Professor in Modern History

Dept of History 

  Resilient Ecosystems
Resilience and transformation

Dr Richard Friend

Senior Lecturer & Associate Professor

Dept of Environment & Geography

  Resilient Ecosystems
Resilient ecosystems

 

Professor

Department of Environment & Geography

 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Robust environmental models

Dr Iain Bate

Reader

Dept of Computer Science 

  1. An Improved Sensor Calibration with Anomaly Detection and Removal, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 307, 2019.
  2. A self-adaptive fault-tolerant systems for a dependable Wireless Sensor Networks, Design Automation for Embedded Systems, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 223-250, 2014. 
Environment & Health
Safer solvents 

Dr Thomas Farmer

Clean Synthesis Technology Platform Leader

Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence, Department of Chemistry 

  1. Enzymatic synthesis of lignin derivable pyridine based polyesters for the substitution of petroleum derived plastics (2019), Nature Commun., 10 (1), 1-9, 
  2. Post‐polymerization modification of bio‐based polymers: maximizing the high functionality of polymers derived from biomass(2018). Polym. Int., 67 (7), 755-789.
  3. New bio-based monomers: tuneable polyester properties using branched diols from biomass(2017). Faraday Discuss., 202, 61-77.
Environment & Health 
Savvanah ecology 

Dr Colin Beale

Reader in Ecology

Dept of Biology 
  1. African elephant poaching rates correlate with local poverty, national corruption and global ivory price (2019). Nature communications 10, no. 1: 1-9.
  2. Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering(2018). Nature Climate Change 8, no. 8: 713-717.
  3. Pyrodiversity interacts with rainfall to increase bird and mammal richness in African savannas (2018). Ecology letters 21, no. 4: 557-567. 
Resilient ecosystems 
Scenarios 

 

Professor of Tropical Ecology 

Dept of Environment & Geography 

  1. African elephant poaching rates correlate with local poverty, national corruption and global ivory price (2019). Nature communications 10, no. 1: 1-9.
  2. Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering(2018). Nature Climate Change 8, no. 8: 713-717.
  3. Pyrodiversity interacts with rainfall to increase bird and mammal richness in African savannas (2018). Ecology letters 21, no. 4: 557-567 

Resilient ecosystems

Sustainable Food 

Science education research 

 

Research Fellow in the York Trials Unit

Dept of Health Sciences 

   
Sea-level change 

Professor Roland Gehrels

Professor in Physical Geography, Head of Dept of Environment & Geography 
  1. A pre-industrial sea-level rise hotspot along the Atlantic coast of North America (2020). Geophysical Research Letters.
  2. Sea level in space and time: revolutions and inconvenient truths(2015). Journal of Quaternary Science 30, 131-143.
  3. When did modern rates of sea-level rise start?(2013). Global and Planetary Change 100, 263-277.

Resilient Ecosystems 

Sensor calibration

Dr Iain Bate

Reader 

Dept of Computer Science

 
  1. An Improved Sensor Calibration with Anomaly Detection and Removal, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 307, 2019.
  2. A self-adaptive fault-tolerant systems for a dependable Wireless Sensor Networks, Design Automation for Embedded Systems, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 223-250, 2014. 
Sustainable Food 

Sexual and reproductive health

 

Associate Professor in Global Public Health

Dept of Health Sciences 

  1. Acculturation, Resilience and the Mental Health of Migrant Youth: A Cross-Country Comparative Study (2018). Public Health 162: 63-70.
  2. Structural violence and marginalisation. The sexual and reproductive health experiences of separated young people on the move. A rapid review with relevance to the European humanitarian crisis(2018). Public Health. 158: 156-162.
  3. Intimate partner violence in early adolescence: the role of gender, socio-economic factors and the school (2016). South African Medical Journal. 106:5:502-509.  
Environment & Health

Signal processing

Dr David Chesmore

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Electronic Engineering

  Resilient ecosystems 
Single-molecule microscopy 

Professor Mark Leake

Chair in Biological Physics, Coordinator Physics of Life Group, Research Champion for Technologies for the Future

Depts of Biology & Physics

   
Size-structured population models 

 

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Mathematics

 

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems 

Social insects

 

Dr Elva Robinson

Senior Lecturer in Ecology

Dept of 
Biology 

  1. Ant colony nest networks adapt to resource disruption, Journal of Animal Ecology 90, 143-152 
  2. Keeping invertebrate research ethical in a landscape of shifting public opinion(2019), Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10, 1265-1273
  3. Do non-native conifer plantations provide benefits for a native forest specialist, the wood ant Formica lugubris? (2015). Forest Ecology and Management 357, 22-32
Resilient Ecosystems 
Social norms 

Dr Bailey House

Lecturer

Dept of Psychology 

 

Resilient Ecosystems 

Environment & Health 

Social return on investment 

Dr Philip Linsley

Professor of Accounting & Risk

University of York Management School 

 
  1. North York Moors National Park Authority - measuring health and well-being impact (2018). 
Environment & Health 
Social-ecological systems  

Dr Anna Woodhead

Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Dept of Environment & Geography, LCAB 

 
  1. Coral reef ecosystem services in the Anthropocene (2019). Functional Ecology, 33, 6, 1023-1034. 
  2. Red and green loops help uncover missing feedbacks in a coral reef social–ecological system(2020). People and Nature, 2, 3, 608-618.
  3. Health in fishing communities: A global perspective(2018). Fish and Fisheries, 19, 5, 839-852. 
Resilient Ecosystems 
Social value

 

Professor of Accounting & Risk

University of York Management School

  1. North York Moors National Park Authority - measuring health and well-being impact (2018). 
Environment & Health
Sociology of biotechnology

Dr Nik Brown

Professor in sociology

Dept of Sociology

   
Sociology of food health, and research methods

Dr Paul Chappell

Research Associate

Dept of Sociology

  Sustainable Food 
Soft matter in physics and biology 

Dr Dimitri (Mitya) Pushkin

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Mathematics

   
Soil 

Dr Thorunn Helgason

Senior Lecturer 

Dept of Biology

 
  Resilient Ecosystems 
Soil science 

Professor Mark Hodson

Professor

Dept of Environment & Geography
  1. Interspecies variation in survival of soil fauna in flooded soil (2021). Applied Soil Ecology 158 103787. Doi.org/10.1016/j.apsoil.2020.103787
  2. Effect of earthworms on soil physico-hydraulic and chemical properties, herbage production, and wheat growth on arable land converted to ley(2020). Science of the Total Environment 713 136491. 
  3. Polyester-derived microfibre impacts on the soil-dwelling earthworm Lumbricus terrestris(2019). Environmental Pollution 251 453-459. Doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2019.05.037 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food 

Solar energy conversion 

Professor Robin Perutz

Emeritus Professor

Dept of Chemistry 

  1. Advances in molecular photocatalytic and electrocatalytic CO2 reduction, (2012). Coordination Chemistry Reviews 256, 2562- 2570. DOI: 
  2. Comparison of rhenium-porphyrin dyads for CO2 photoreduction: photocatalytic studies and charge separation dynamics studied by time-resolved IR spectroscopy(2015). Chemical Science 5, 6847-6854.
  3. Electrocatalytic Proton Reduction by a Cobalt(III) Hydride Complex with Phosphinopyridine PN Ligands (2020). Inorganic Chemistry 59, 18055-18067. 
 
Solar fuels

 

Emeritus Professor

Dept of Chemistry

  1. Advances in molecular photocatalytic and electrocatalytic CO2 reduction, (2012). Coordination Chemistry Reviews 256, 2562- 2570. DOI: 
  2. Comparison of rhenium-porphyrin dyads for CO2 photoreduction: photocatalytic studies and charge separation dynamics studied by time-resolved IR spectroscopy(2015). Chemical Science 5, 6847-6854.
  3. Electrocatalytic Proton Reduction by a Cobalt(III) Hydride Complex with Phosphinopyridine PN Ligands (2020). Inorganic Chemistry 59, 18055-18067.  
 
 
Spatial analysis

Dr Colin McClean

Senior Lecturer

Dept of Environment and Geography

  1. Agri‐environment conservation set‐asides have co‐benefits for connectivity (2020). Ecography, 43: 1435-1447. 
  2. Mapping regional risks from climate change for rainfed rice cultivation in India (2017). Agricultural Systems, 156:76-84. 
  3. Atmospheric nitrogen deposition explains patterns of plant species loss(2011). Glob Change Biol, 17: 2882-2892. 

Environement & Health

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food 

Spacial audio

Professor Damian Murphy

Professor of Sound & Music Computing; University Research Champion for Creativity

Dept of Electronic Engineering

   
Species resilience

Dr Thorunn Helgason

Senior Lecturer 

Dept of Biology

  Resilient Ecosystems
SROI

 

Professor of Accounting & Risk

University of York Management School
  1. North York Moors National Park Authority - measuring health and well-being impact
Enviroment & Health
Statistics

Ben Powell

Lecturer in Statistics

Dept of Mathematics

   
Stochastic processes

Dr Jon Pitchford

Reader 

Dept of Biology

   
Supply chains

Dr Simon Croft

Research Fellow

SEI-Y

  Sustainable Food

Professor Bob Doherty

Professor of Marketing, Co-Chair in Agrifood and Principal Investigator of FixOurFood

University of York Management School 

  1. Disrupting transitions: qualitatively modelling the impact of Covid-19 on UK food and mobility provision (2021). Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions.Volume 40, September,1-19 
  2.  The Role of Social Enterprise Hybrid Business Models in Inclusive Value Chain Development(2021). Sustainability, 13 (2): 499. 
  3. Vulnerability of the United Kingdom’s food supply chains exposed by COVID-19Nature Food(2020).  
Sustainable Food

Professor Jeff Jia 

Chair Professor of Supply Chain Management

University of York Management School

  Sustainable Food

Dr Corrado Topi

Senior Research Fellow

SEI-Y
  Sustainable Food

Dr Chris West

Deputy Centre Director for Research

SEI-Y

  Sustainable Food
Sustainability

Dr Louise Cooke

Lecturer

Dept of Archaeology 

   

Dr Bipasa Datta 

Lecturer

Dept of Economics 

  1. Research and Development, Innovations and Sustainability: A Theoretical Perspective (2020). W. Leal Filho et al. (eds.), Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals; Springer Nature Switzerland.
  2. Biodiesel as a feasible petrol fuel replacement: a multidisciplinary overview(2020). Energy and Environmental Science, Vol. 3; 1706 – 1721. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

 

Senior Lecturer

Department of Environment & Geography

   
Sustainable communitites

Dr Alison Dyke

Community Specialist

SEI-Y

  Sustianable Food
Sustainable consumption

Dr Victoria Wells

Professor of Sustainable and Ethical Management 

University of York Management School

  1. Using Values, Beliefs, and Norms to Predict Conserving Behaviors in Organizations (2020). European Management Review, 17(2), 543-558. 
  2. Sustainable Luxury Marketing: A synthesis and research agenda(2019). International Journal of Management Reviews, 21(4), 405-426.
  3. Examining the effect of an environmental social marketing intervention among university employees(2018). Studies in Higher Education, 43(11), 2104-2120. 
Sustainable Food
Sustainable consumption and production

Dr Jonathan Green

Senior Researcher

SEI-Y 

  1. Linking global drivers of agricultural trade to on-the-ground impacts on biodiversity
 (2019). PNAS 116 (46) 23202-23208

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable development goals

Dr Luisa Huatuco

Senior Lecturer in Operations Management

University of York Management School

  1.  Complexity Transfer in supplier-customer systems. Production Planning and Control (PPC) (2020). Production Planning & Control, 32:9, 747-759.
  2. The quest for achieving United Nations Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs): Infrastructure and innovation for Responsible production and consumption(2019).Invited ThinkBox paper, RAUSP Management Journal.
  3. Making real progress toward more sustainable societies using decision support models and tools: Introduction to the special volume(2015). Journal of Cleaner Production (JCLP), Vol. 105, pp. 1-13. 

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable manufacturing

Professor Peter Ball

Professor of Operations Management, Chair of Op Man, Director of Business & Community Engagement

University of York Management School

  1. Developing a framework for adopting environmental manufacturing practices: learning from breweries (2020). Production Planning & Control, e-print currently.
  2. Enablers for Improving Environmental Performance of Manufacturing Operations (2019). IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 66(4), 663-675.
  3. Industry-Informed Workshops to Develop Graduate Skill Sets in the Circular Economy Using Systems Thinking (2019). Journal of Chemical Education, 96(12), 2959-2967. 
Sustainable Food
Sustainable solvents

Dr John Slattery

Senior lecturer

Dept of Chemistry 

  1. Probing a Ruthenium Coordination Complex at the Ionic Liquid–Vacuum Interface with Reactive-Atom Scattering, X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, and Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (2020). J. Phys. Chem. C., 382–397
  2. Nanosegregation and Structuring in the Bulk and at the Surface of Ionic-Liquid Mixtures(2017). J. Phys. Chem. B., 6002–6020, 
  3. Liquid-Crystalline Ionic Liquids as Ordered Reaction Media for the Diels–Alder Reaction(2016). Chem. Eur. J., 16113-16123, 
Environment & Health
Systemic failure

Dr Philip Garnett

Senior Lecturer in Systems and Organisation

University of York Management School 

  1. Vulnerability of the United Kingdom’s Food Supply Chains Exposed by COVID-19(2020). Nature Food 1 (6): 315–18.
  2. ActEarly: A City Collaboratory Approach to Early Promotion of Good Health and Wellbeing (2019). Wellcome Open Research 4 (156): 156.
  3. Total Systemic Failure?(2018). The Science of the Total Environment 626 (June): 684–88.
  4. Insight from the Horsemeat Scandal: Exploring the Consumers’ Opinion of Tweets toward Tesco(2016). Industrial Management & Data Systems 116 (6): 1178–1200. 

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems 

Systems thinking 

 

Senior Lecturer in Systems and Organisation

University of York Management School 

 
  1. Vulnerability of the United Kingdom’s Food Supply Chains Exposed by COVID-19(2020). Nature Food 1 (6): 315–18.
  2. ActEarly: A City Collaboratory Approach to Early Promotion of Good Health and Wellbeing (2019). Wellcome Open Research 4 (156): 156.
  3. Total Systemic Failure?(2018). The Science of the Total Environment 626 (June): 684–88.
  4. Insight from the Horsemeat Scandal: Exploring the Consumers’ Opinion of Tweets toward Tesco(2016). Industrial Management & Data Systems 116 (6): 1178–1200. 
 

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

 
Trade 

 

Senior Researcher

SEI-Y  
  1. Linking global drivers of agricultural trade to on-the-ground impacts on biodiversity (2019). PNAS 116 (46) 23202-23208

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

 
Trade and invasive species 

Dr Julia Touza

Reader

Dept of Environment & Geography

 
  1. Modelling the effectiveness of collaborative schemes for disease and pest outbreak prevention (2021). Ecological Modelling, 442, 109411.
  2. Untangling perceptions around indicators for biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services(2019). Ecosystem Services, 38, p.100952.
  3. Public-private partnerships for biosecurity: an opportunity for risk sharing(2018). Journal of Agricultural Economics, 70 (3), 771-788 
Resilient Ecosystems 
Tropical ecology

Prof Rob Marchant

Professor of Tropical Ecology

Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. African elephant poaching rates correlate with local poverty, national corruption and global ivory price (2019). Nature communications 10, no. 1: 1-9.
  2. Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering(2018). Nature Climate Change 8, no. 8: 713-717.
  3. Pyrodiversity interacts with rainfall to increase bird and mammal richness in African savannas(2018). Ecology letters 21, no. 4: 557-567.

Sustainable Food

Resilient Ecosystems

Underwater information systems

Dr Paul Mitchell

Professor

Dept of Electronic Engineering 

  1. Wireless sensor systems for extreme environments: a review (2014). IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 14(11), pp. 3955-3970.
  2. Application of reinforcement learning to medium access control for wireless sensor networks(2015). Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, vol. 46(A), pp. 23-32.
  3. TDA-MAC: TDMA without clock synchronization in underwater acoustic networks(2018). IEEE Access, vol. 6, pp. 1091-1108.

Environment & Health

Resilient Ecosystems

Urban planning

Dr Katherine Brookfield

Lecturer in Human Geography

Dept of Environment & Geography
  1. Perspectives on “Novel” Techniques for Designing Age-Friendly Homes and Neighborhoods with Older Adults (2020). International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(5), p.1800.
  2. Health impacts of environmental and social interventions designed to increase deprived communities’ access to urban woodlands: A mixed-methods study(2019). Public health research, 7(2), pp.1-172.
  3. The uncommon impact of common environmental details on walking in older adults(2017). International journal of environmental research and public health, 14(2), p.190. 
Environment & Health
Urbanisation

Dr Richard Friend

Senior Lecturer & Associate Professor

Dept of Environment & Geography

  Resilient Ecosystems
Urbanisation and health

Dr Joshua Kirshner

Senior Lecturer in Human Geography and Environmental Studies

 Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Energy access is needed to maintain health during pandemics (2020). Nature Energy 5(6): 419-421
  2. A regime in the making? Examining the geographies of solar PV electricity in southern Africa(2019). Geoforum 103: 114-125. 
  3. Energy justice and sustainability transitions in Mozambique(2018). Applied Energy 228: 645-655
Environment & Health
Use of mixed methods

Dr Pam Hanley

Research Fellow in the York Trials Unit

Dept of Health Sciences 

   
Vector-borne diseases

Professor Matthew Thomas

Director of YESI & Professor of Ecological Entomology

YESI & Department of Biology

  1. Impact and cost-effectiveness of a lethal house lure against malaria transmission in central Côte d'Ivoire: a two-arm, cluster-randomised controlled trial (2021). The Lancet, 397(10276), 805-815.
  2. The influence of feeding behaviour and temperature on the capacity of mosquitoes to transmit malaria (2020). Nature ecology & evolution, 4(7), 940-951.
  3. Global threat to agriculture from invasive species (2016). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(27), 7575-7579.
 

Sustainable Food 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health 

Vegetation impacts

Professor Lisa Emberson

Professor in Environmental Science

SEI-Y, Dept of Environment & Geography

  1. Lower air pollution during COVID-19 lock-down: improving models and methods estimating ozone impacts on crops (2020). Phil Trans. R. Soc. 378:20200188
  2. Direct and indirect impacts of climate change on wheat yield in the Indo-Gangetic plain in India(2021). J of Ag and Food Res, Volume 4, 100132.
  3. Ozone effects on crops and consideration in crop models(2018). European J. of Agronomy 100: 19-34 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Violence prevention

Dr Amanda Mason-Jones

Associate Professor in Global Public Health

Dept of Health Sciences 
  1. Acculturation, Resilience and the Mental Health of Migrant Youth: A Cross-Country Comparative Study (2018). Public Health 162: 63-70.
  2. Structural violence and marginalisation. The sexual and reproductive health experiences of separated young people on the move. A rapid review with relevance to the European humanitarian crisis(2018). Public Health. 158: 156-162.
  3. Intimate partner violence in early adolescence: the role of gender, socio-economic factors and the school (2016). South African Medical Journal. 106:5:502-509. 
Environment & Health
Waste

Dr Jo Rose

Lecturer in Humanitarian Response

Dept of Health Sciences

   
Waste Valorisation

Dr Thomas Dugmore

Associate Lecturer

Dept of Chemistry

  1. Life-Cycle Assessment of Microwave-Assisted Pectin Extraction at Pilot Scale (2019). ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng., 7, 5, 5167–5175. 
  2. Superior Mesoporosity of Lipid‐Free Spent Coffee Ground Residues(2019). ChemSusChem, 12, 17, 4074-4081.

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Dr Avtar Matharu

Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director, Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence

Dept of Chemistry 

  1. Unforeseen crystal forms of the natural osmolyte floridoside (2020). Commun. Chem., 3, 128. 
  2. A biorefinery strategy for spent industrial ginger waste(2021). J. Hazard. Mater., 401, 123400. 
  3. Perspectives on "game changer" global challenges for sustainable 21st century: Plant-based diet, unavoidable food waste biorefining, and circular economy(2020). Sustainability, 12, 1976. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Waste water

Dr James Chong

Professor

Dept of Biology 

  Resilient Ecosystems
Water resources

Dr Richard Friend

Senior Lecturer & Associate Professor

Dept of Environment & Geography

  Resilient Ecosystems
Wellbeing

Dr Rachel Pateman

Researcher

SEI-Y 
  1. Recruiting and retaining participants in citizen science: what can be learnt from the volunteering literature? (2016) Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 1
  2. The Mental Health Benefits of Purposeful Activities in Public Green Spaces in Urban and Semi-Urban Neighbourhoods: A Mixed-Methods Pilot and Proof of Concept Study (2019). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16,  p., 271
  3. The Diversity of Participants in Citizen Science(2021). Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 6(1), p.9. 

Resilient Ecosystems

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Professor Kate Pickett

Professor of Epidemiology

Dept of Health Sciences 

 

Sustainable Food

Environment & Health

Wildlife diseases

Professor Piran White

Professor

Department of Environment & Geography

 

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Wireless communications

Professor Paul Mitchell

Professor 

Dept of Electronic Engineering
  1. Wireless sensor systems for extreme environments: a review (2014). IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 14(11), pp. 3955-3970.
  2. Application of reinforcement learning to medium access control for wireless sensor networks(2015). Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, vol. 46(A), pp. 23-32.
  3. TDA-MAC: TDMA without clock synchronization in underwater acoustic networks(2018). IEEE Access, vol. 6, pp. 1091-1108.

Resilient Ecosystems

Environment & Health

Young people and housing

Deborah Quilgars

Senior Reseach Fellow

Centre for Housing Policy

 

Environment & Health

Youth

Dr Lynda Dunlop 

Senior Lecturer in Science Education

Dept of Education

  1. The environment and politics in science education – the case of teaching fracking (2021). Cultural Studies in Science Education. 
  2. “It’s our future”: Youth and fracking justice in England(2021). Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability , 110-130. https://doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2020.1867837
  3. The role of schools and teachers in nurturing and responding to climate crisis activism (2020). Children's Geographies.