Dr Simon Dadson
Associate Professor at the School of Geography and the Environment
Simon Dadson is an Associate Professor in Physical Geography and a Fellow of Christ Church. Simon's research focuses on the processes that link climate, hydrology, and the physical features of the landscape. These links range from the potential impacts of future climate change on river flows, to the study of how continental-scale weather patterns have influenced the development of mountain topography over the past few million years.
- Climate Change
- Water Security
- Bussi, G., Janes, V., Whitehead, P.G., Dadson, S.J. and Holman, I.P. (2017) Dynamic response of land use and river nutrient concentration to long-term climatic changes. Science of the Total Environment, 590-591: 818-831.
- Hutchins, M., McGrane, S., Miller, J., Hagen-Zanker, A., Kjeldsen, T., Dadson, S. and Rowland, C. (2017) Integrated modeling in urban hydrology: reviewing the role of monitoring technology in overcoming the issue of ‘big data’ requirements. Wiley Interdis
Dr Dadson has experience of radio, TV and newspaper interviews. He has also offered briefings through the Science Media Centre.