Prof Tim Stott

School of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Tim Stott is Emeritus Professor of Physical Geography and Outdoor Education at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) which he joined in 1994, having previously been a Geography tutor for the Field Studies Council and Secondary school Teacher of Geography at Barnard Castle School. His research interests are mainly in hydrology and fluvial geomorphology, with over 30 years of experience working on sediment transport dynamics since he began his fluvial geomorphology PhD investigating "Forestry Effects on Sediment Sources, Dynamics and Yields in The Balquhidder Catchments, Central Scotland" in 1984 when he worked in the Department of Environmental Science, University of Stirling (funded by a Natural Environment Research Council CASE Award Studentship with the Institute of Hydrology). He worked at the Plynlimon Experimental Catchments in mid-Wales (1994-99), and started another project there in 2016 examining the effects of new forest management practice on suspended sediment transport in the Afon Tanllwyth (funded by the International Atomic Energy Agency). In 2001 he began his research into the impact of climate change on suspended sediment transport and redistribution in the proglacial zones of rapidly retreating glaciers in polar and mountain regions. He has carried out fieldwork in Iceland (1 season), Svalbard (3 seasons), Greenland (2 seasons), French Alps (4 seasons), Swiss Alps (1 season); and British Columbia (2 seasons). He was involved with the International Atomic Energy Agency on the Technical Co-operation INT-5/153 project (2014-19) on the impact of climate change on land-water-ecosystem quality in polar and mountainous regions for which he produced a literature database and participated in expert missions to benchmark sites at the Aldegonda glacier in Svalbard (Jul-15); Haliougou Glacier, Huengduan Mountains, China (May-16); Paron Lake, Peru (Oct-16); Huayna Potosi West Glacier in Bolivia (5100m) in May-17; Mount Elbrus in the Caucasus in Aug-17 and the Pasterzee Glacier, Austria in June-18. He is the named scientist for the Castle Creek (Canada) benchmark site and scientific adviser on the project steering committee. In 2020 he took up a position as scientific adviser on the project steering committee for INT 5/156 on Building Capacity and Generating Evidence for Climate Change Impacts on Soil, Sediments and Water Resources in Mountainous Regions (2020-24), based at benchmark sites at the Himalayas (Koshi River, Nepal; Mt Gongga, China) and Andes (Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador). From Nov-10 to Mar-20 he spend 4 months based at Signy Island Research Station in the South Sandwich Islands, Antarctica, with the British Antarctic Survey (funded by the Natural Environment Research Council CASS Scheme).

He has published over 120 journal papers, 10 book chapters and five academic books on various topics concerned with bedload and suspended sediment transport, bank erosion in forested and pro-glacial environments and outdoor recreation. He has also published on the benefits of fieldwork and expeditions, e-Learning, on-line learning and assessment, and the design, development and evaluation of virtual field guides, as well as on student employability in outdoor education. He has made over 130 conference and seminar presentations around the world. He has been a research fellow in physical geography at Charles Sturt University, NSW, Australia in 2001 and at The University of Queensland, Brisbane in 2005. He collaborates in research with University of Northern British Columbia, Penn State University in the USA and with the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna. He has directed/supervised nine successful LJMU PhD students and one MSc student in fluvial geomorphology, outdoor and environmental education. He has been external examiner for 25 PhDs, 3 MPhils and 3 MSc students at a range of institutions in UK and Canada. He was a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for the Journal of Adventure Education & Outdoor Leadership (2005-15), reviews editor for fluvial geomorphology for the journal Progress in Physical Geography (2009-12) and reviewer for several top academic journals in physical geography/geomorphology and outdoor/adventure education. He has taught on the BSc (Hons) Outdoor Education programme at LJMU since 1994 and has been its programme leader from 1997-2011. He has also taught on the BSc (Hons) Geography programme at LJMU.

He has been External examiner, chief examiner and subject reviewer at a range of UK HE Institutions: University of Worcester (2000-05); Edinburgh University (2000-2004); University of Derby (2004-07); Manchester Metropolitan University (2005-10); University of Cumbria (Ambleside) 2007-11; UHI (2009-11); University of Leeds (2010-13); Exeter College/University of St Marks & St Johns, Plymouth (2014-18) and University of Chichester (2014-18).

Academic Qualifications:
BSc (Hons) Environmental Science, Aberystwyth University, Wales, 1980-84
PhD Fluvial Geomorphology, Department of Environmental Science, University of Stirling, Scotland, 1984-87.
PGCE (Secondary) in Science & Outdoor Activities, Bangor University, Wales, 1989-90.

Professional Qualifications:
MLTA Summer Mountain Leader Award 1988
MLTA Single Pitch Rock Climbing Supervisors Award 1995
British Canoe Union Closed Cockpit Kayak Coach Level 3 (Senior Instructor) 1997
Rescue and Emergency Care First Aid Certificate 1999, updated 2002, 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015
Royal Yachting Association Level 2 Dinghy Sailing Certificate 2001
Alpine Ski Leader Award (Snowsport Scotland) Nov. 2004, revalidated 2008, 2011, 2014, 2017
Sea Kayak Four Star Award 2006; Five Star Training 2009.
Open Canoe Four Star Award 2007.
UKCC Level 2 Paddlesports Coach Award 2011, Updates 2014, 2015
Foundation Safety & Rescue Test Provider (update 2015)
SMLTA Winter Mountain Leader Award 2012
British Association of Snowsports Instructors (BASI) Level 1, Verbiers, Dec. 2015
NCFE Level 2 Bushcraft, Survival and Wilderness Living Skills, Peak Survival School, 2018.
British Cycling Level 2 Mountain Bike Leader, 2020.

Degrees

1987, University of Stirling, United Kingdom, PhD, Fluvial Geomorphology
1983, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, United Kingdom, BSc (Hons) Environmental Science

Academic appointments

Emeritus Professor of physical Geograpy & Outdoor Education, Biological and Environmental Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, 2020 - present
Professor of Physical Geography & Outdoor Education, Faculty of Education, Health & Community, Liverpool John Moores University, 2008 - 2020
Reader in in Physical Geography & Outdoor Education, Faculty of Education, Community & Leisure, Liverpool John Moores University, 2002 - 2008
Programme Leader for Outdoor Education, Faculty of Education, Community & Leisure, Liverpool John Moores University, 1997 - 2011
Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography & Outdoor Education, Faculty of Education and Community Studies, Liverpool John Moores University, 1994 - 2002

Postgraduate training

Postgraduate Certificate in Education, United Kingdom, Bangor University, 1989 - 1990

Highlighted publications

Stott T, Convey P. 2021. Seasonal hydrological and suspended sediment transport dynamics and their future modelling in the Orwell Glacier proglacial stream, Signy Island, Antarctica Antarctic Science, 33 :192-212 DOI

Stott TA. 2020. Do riparian buffer zones and new forest management practices reduce stream suspended sediment loads?: Re-visiting the Afon Tanllwyth in Hafren Forest, Plynlimon, 20 years on SOIL USE AND MANAGEMENT, DOI Author Url

Huddart D, Stott T. 2019. Outdoor Recreation Environmental Impacts and Management Springer Nature 9783319977584

Huddart D, Stott T. 2019. Adventure Tourism Environmental Impacts and Management Springer Nature 9783030186234

Stott TA, Dercon G. 2019. Impact of Climate Change on Land, Water and Ecosystem Quality in Polar and Mountainous Regions: Gaps in our knowledge Climate Research, 77 :115-138 DOI Public Url

Allison P, Martindale R, Stott TA, Gray S, Nash C, Fraser K, Wang J. 2018. The Value of Participating in British Exploring Society Expeditions: A Three Year Multi Cohort Study Acta Universitatis Carolinae: Kinanthropologica, 54 :5-15 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Stott TA, Allison P, Von Wald K, Fakunle O. 2016. Exploring Factors Influencing Outcomes of a Five-Week Youth Expedition in The Himalayas Using The Sail Training Programme Self-Assessment Toolkit Acta Universitatis Carolinae: Kinanthropologica, 52 :56-74 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Forrester BJ, Stott TA. 2016. Faecal Coliform Levels in Mountain Streams of Winter Recreation Zones in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland Scottish Geographical Journal, DOI Author Url Public Url

Stott TA, Felter J, Allison P, Beames S. 2015. Personal Growth on Youth Expeditions: A Literature Review and Thematic Analysis Leisure Studies, DOI

Stewart M, Stott TA, Nuttall A. 2015. Students' study goals and procrastination tendencies at different stages of the undergraduate degree Journal of Geography in Higher Education, DOI

Leggat MS, Owens PN, Stott TA, Forrester BJ, Dery S. 2015. Hydro-meteorological drivers and sources of suspended sediment flux in the proglacial zone of the retreating Castle Creek glacier, Cariboo Mountains, British Columbia, Canada Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, DOI Author Url Public Url

Stott TA, Nuttall A, Biggs E. 2014. Observed runoff and suspended sediment dynamics from a minor glacierzied basin in South-West Greenland Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography, DOI

Stott TA, Allison P, Von Wald K. 2013. Learning outcomes of young people on a Greenland expedition: Assessing the educational value of adventure tourism. Taylor S, Varley P, Johnston T. Adventure tourism: Meanings, experience and learning :148-160 Routledge. London 9780415524834

Huddart D, Stott T. 2010. Earth Environments Wiley 9780471485339

Stott TA, Nuttall AM, Eden N, Smith K, Maxwell D. 2008. Suspended sediment dynamics in the Morteratsch proglacial zone, Bernina Alps, Switzerland. Geografiska Annaler Series A: Physical Geography, 4 :299-313 DOI Author Url

Stott TA, Nuttall A, Eden N, Smith K, Maxwell D. 2008. Suspended sediment dynamics in the Morteratsch proglacial zone, Bernina Alps, Switzerland. Geografiska Annaler Series A: Physical Geography, 90 :299-313

Stott TA, Mount NJ. 2007. Alpine proglacial suspended sediment dynamics in warm and cool ablation seasons: implications for global warming ? Journal of Hydrology, 3-4 :259-270 DOI

Stott T. 2006. Impacts of constructing a rural cycle way on suspended sediment transport processes CATENA, 68 :16-24 DOI Author Url

Stott T. 2005. Natural recovery from accelerated forest ditch and stream bank erosion five years after harvesting of plantation forest on Plynlimon, mid-Wales EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS, 30 :349-357 DOI Author Url

Stott TA, Mount NJ. 2004. Plantation Forestry Impacts on Sediment and Channel Dynamics in the UK: A Review. Progress in Physical Geography: an international review of geographical work in the natural and environmental sciences, 2 :197-240 DOI

Couper P, Stott T, Maddock I. 2002. Insights into river bank erosion processes derived from analysis of negative erosion-pin recordings: Observations from three recent UK studies EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS, 27 :59-79 DOI Author Url

Stott TA. 2002. Bed load Transport and Channel Bed Changes in the Proglacial Skeldal River, Northeast Greenland. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 4 :334-344

Stott T. 2002. Bedload transport and channel bed changes in the proglacial Skeldal River, northeast Greenland Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 34 :334-345 DOI

Stott TA, Grove JR. 2001. Short-term discharge and suspended sediment fluctuations in the proglacial Skeldal River, north-east Greenland HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, 15 :407-423 DOI Author Url

Stott TA, Leeks GJL, Marks SD, Sawyer AJ. 2001. Environmentally Sensitive Plot-Scale Timber Harvesting: Impacts on Suspended Sediment , Bed load and Bank Erosion Dynamics, Journal of Environmental Management 63 (1), 3-25 Journal of Environmental Management, 1 :3-25 DOI Author Url

Stott TA, Marks SD. 2000. Effects of Plantation Forest Clearfelling on Stream Temperatures in The Plynlimon Experimental Catchments, mid-Wales. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 1 :95-104 DOI Author Url

Stott T. 1997. A comparison of stream bank erosion processes on forested and moorland streams in the Balquhidder catchments, central Scotland EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS, 22 :383-399 DOI Author Url

Stott T. 1997. Forestry effects on bedload yields in mountain streams APPLIED GEOGRAPHY, 17 :55-78 DOI Author Url

Ferguson RI, Stott TA. 1987. Forestry Effects on Suspended Sediment and Bedload in The Balquhidder Catchments. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth and Environmental Science, 4 :379-385

Ferguson RI, Stott TA. 1987. Forestry effects on suspended sediment and bedload yields in the Balquhidder catchments, Central Scotland Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences, 78 :379-384 DOI

Stott TA, Mount NJ. Alpine proglacial suspended sediment dynamics in warm and cool ablation seasons: implications for global warming Journal of Hydrology, 3-4 :259-270

Stott TA, NUTTALL A. Discharge and suspended sediment dynamics in an Indian Himalayan river system Hydrology Journal, Indian Association of Hydrologists, Publisher Url Public Url

Journal article

Allison P, Stott T, Palmer C, Ramirez M-J. 2021. Forty Years On: Just How Life Changing are School Expeditions? Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership, 13 DOI

Stott T, Convey P. 2021. Seasonal hydrological and suspended sediment transport dynamics and their future modelling in the Orwell Glacier proglacial stream, Signy Island, Antarctica Antarctic Science, 33 :192-212 DOI

Stott TA. 2020. Do riparian buffer zones and new forest management practices reduce stream suspended sediment loads?: Re-visiting the Afon Tanllwyth in Hafren Forest, Plynlimon, 20 years on SOIL USE AND MANAGEMENT, DOI Author Url

Stott TA, Dercon G. 2019. Impact of Climate Change on Land, Water and Ecosystem Quality in Polar and Mountainous Regions: Gaps in our knowledge Climate Research, 77 :115-138 DOI Public Url

Allison P, Martindale R, Stott TA, Gray S, Nash C, Fraser K, Wang J. 2018. The Value of Participating in British Exploring Society Expeditions: A Three Year Multi Cohort Study Acta Universitatis Carolinae: Kinanthropologica, 54 :5-15 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Stott TA, Allison P, Von Wald K, Fakunle O. 2016. Exploring Factors Influencing Outcomes of a Five-Week Youth Expedition in The Himalayas Using The Sail Training Programme Self-Assessment Toolkit Acta Universitatis Carolinae: Kinanthropologica, 52 :56-74 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Forrester BJ, Stott TA. 2016. Faecal Coliform Levels in Mountain Streams of Winter Recreation Zones in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland Scottish Geographical Journal, DOI Author Url Public Url

Roberts SJ, Stott T. 2015. A new factor in UK students’ university attainment: The relative age effect reversal? Quality Assurance in Education, 23 :295-305 DOI Public Url

Mat Som H, Duggan P, Tracy F, Stott TIM. 2015. E-Portfolio Development and Implementation in Malaysian Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET): A Mixed Methods Analysis of Stakeholders' and Students' perceptions International Journal of Arts & Sciences, 8(1) :243-243 Public Url

Stott TA, Felter J, Allison P, Beames S. 2015. Personal Growth on Youth Expeditions: A Literature Review and Thematic Analysis Leisure Studies, DOI

Stewart M, Stott TA, Nuttall A. 2015. Students' study goals and procrastination tendencies at different stages of the undergraduate degree Journal of Geography in Higher Education, DOI

Leggat MS, Owens PN, Stott TA, Forrester BJ, Dery S. 2015. Hydro-meteorological drivers and sources of suspended sediment flux in the proglacial zone of the retreating Castle Creek glacier, Cariboo Mountains, British Columbia, Canada Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, DOI Author Url Public Url

Mahon EA, Hackett AF, Stott TA, George KP, Davies IG. 2014. An Assessment of the Hydration Status of Recreational Endurance Athletes during Mountain Marathon Events. American Journal of Sports Science, 2 :77-86 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Stott TA, Nuttall A, Biggs E. 2014. Observed runoff and suspended sediment dynamics from a minor glacierzied basin in South-West Greenland Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography, DOI

Stott TA, Zaitseva E, Cui V. 2014. A Longitudinal Study of Employability in a UK Outdoor Education Degree Programme using Fresher and Graduate Identities. Studies in Higher Education, DOI Author Url

Stott TA. 2013. Development and Analysis of Students’ use of on-line Revision Quizzes in GEES teaching Planet, 26 :66-74 DOI

Stott TA. 2013. Review of research in fluvial geomorphology 2010-11 Progress in Physical Geography: an international review of geographical work in the natural and environmental sciences, DOI Publisher Url

Litherland K, Stott TA. 2012. Virtual Field Sites: losses and gains in authenticity with semantic technologies Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 21 :213-230 DOI Author Url

Litherland K, Stott TA. 2012. Design and Development of a semantic web resource in fluvial geomorphology Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 2 :213-230 DOI

Stott T. 2011. Fluvial geomorphology 2008-2009 Progress in Physical Geography, 35 :810-830 DOI

Allison P, Felter J. 2011. Overseas youth expeditions :187-205 DOI

Stewart M, Stott TA, Nuttall A. 2010. Student engagement patterns over the duration of Level 1 and Level 3 geography modules: influences on student attendance, performance and use of online resources Journal of Geography in Higher Education, :1-19 DOI Author Url Publisher Url

Stott T. 2010. Fluvial geomorphology Progress in Physical Geography, 34 :221-245 DOI

Stott TA. 2010. Review of research in fluvial geomorphology 2006-07. Progress in Physical Geography, :221-245

Stott TA. 2010. Diversity in Level 1 GEES Assessment: moving from less of more to more of less. Planet., :25-32 Publisher Url

Stott TA. 2010. Review of research in fluvial geomorphology 2008-09 Progress in Physical Geography: an international review of geographical work in the natural and environmental sciences, 35 :811-832

Hackett AF, Stott TA, Boddy LM, Stratton G. 2009. Is air temperature at birth associated with body mass index in 9-10 year-old children ? Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 48 :123-136 DOI Author Url

Forrester BJ, Stott TA. 2009. Monitoring changes in driver behaviour during a three week wilderness experience in Cariboo Mountains, British Columbia. Innovations in Practice, :28-40

Stott TA, Owens PN, Forrester BJ, Lee J. 2009. Suspended Sediment Fluxes in the Castle Creek Glacier Proglacial Zone, Cariboo Mountains, British Columbia. Innovations in Practice, :49-70

Stott TA, Nuttall AM, McCloskey J. 2009. Design, Development and Student Evaluation of a Virtual Alps Field Guide www.virtualalps.co.uk. Planet, :64-71 Publisher Url

Forrester, BJ , Stott TA. 2009. Stop driving me wild!!! Does the wilderness experience influence archaeopsychic behaviours? Journal of Qualitative Research in Sport Studies, :175-190

Stott TA, Clark H, Milson C, McCloskey J, Crompton K. 2009. The Ingleton Waterfalls Virtual Field Trip: Design, Development and Preliminary Evaluation Teaching Earth Sciences, 34 :13-19

Stott TA, Nuttall AM, Eden N, Smith K, Maxwell D. 2008. Suspended sediment dynamics in the Morteratsch proglacial zone, Bernina Alps, Switzerland. Geografiska Annaler Series A: Physical Geography, 4 :299-313 DOI Author Url

Stott TA, Stewart M. 2008. Patterns of student attendance and online engagement with Blackboard in two Outdoor Education modules. Innovations in Practice, 1 :21-27

Stott TA, Nuttall A, Eden N, Smith K, Maxwell D. 2008. Suspended sediment dynamics in the Morteratsch proglacial zone, Bernina Alps, Switzerland. Geografiska Annaler Series A: Physical Geography, 90 :299-313

Mount NJ, Stott TA. 2008. A discrete Bayesian network to investigate suspended sediment concentrations in an Alpine proglacial zone Hydrological Processes, 22 :3772-3784 DOI Author Url

Palmer C, Stott TA. 2008. Coaching in UK to Canoe Poling USA Canoe Focus, 175 :46-47

Stott TA, Nuttall A, Eden N, Smith K, Maxwell D. 2008. Suspended sediment dynamics in the Morteratsch proglacial zone, Bernina Alps, Switzerland. Geografiska Annaler Series A: Physical Geography, 90 :299-313

Stott TA, Nuttall A, Eden N, Smith K, Maxwell D. 2008. Suspended sediment dynamics in the Morteratsch proglacial zone, Bernina Alps, Switzerland. Geografiska Annaler Series A: Physical Geography, 90 :299-313

Stott TA. 2007. Evaluation of Low-cost Personal Digital Assistants for Field Data Collection and Fieldwork Leadership by Students and Staff. Planet, :12-17 Publisher Url

Stott TA, Mount NJ. 2007. Sustainability in Alpine Proglacial Zones: Using the 2003 European Heat Wave to Assess the Implications of Global Warming on Sediment Transport Processes. The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 6 :123-136

Stott TA. 2007. Adding value to students in higher education: a 5-year analysis of student attainment of National Governing Body Awards in a UK Outdoor Education Degree Programme. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 2 :141-160

Stott TA, Mount NJ. 2007. Alpine proglacial suspended sediment dynamics in warm and cool ablation seasons: implications for global warming ? Journal of Hydrology, 3-4 :259-270 DOI

Stott TA. 2007. Evaluation of the use of Diagrams and Video Clips in Blackboard’s on-line assessment. LJMU Learning & Teaching Press,, 6 :25-29

Stott T. 2006. Impacts of constructing a rural cycle way on suspended sediment transport processes CATENA, 68 :16-24 DOI Author Url

Couper P, Stott TA. 2006. Field safety training for staff in Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences in HE: establishing a framework Planet, :4-9 Publisher Url

Stott T. 2005. Natural recovery from accelerated forest ditch and stream bank erosion five years after harvesting of plantation forest on Plynlimon, mid-Wales EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS, 30 :349-357 DOI Author Url

Mount NJ, Smith GHS, Stott TA. 2005. An assessment of the impact of upland afforestation on lowland river reaches: the Afon Trannon, mid-Wales GEOMORPHOLOGY, 64 :255-269 DOI Author Url

Stott TA, Huddart D. 2005. Blended Learning ? Design and Evaluation of a Level 3 Undergraduate Fluvial Geomorphology Course. Planet, 15 :20-25 Publisher Url

Stott TA, Mount NJ. 2004. Plantation Forestry Impacts on Sediment and Channel Dynamics in the UK: A Review. Progress in Physical Geography: an international review of geographical work in the natural and environmental sciences, 2 :197-240 DOI

Stott TA, Boorman A, Hardy DP. 2004. Developing Mountain Navigation Skills in Outdoor Education: Part 1, An Evaluation of Questionmark Perception. JMU Learning & Teaching Press, 1 :17-19

Boorman A, Hardy DP, Stott TA. 2004. Developing Mountain Navigation Skills in Outdoor Education: Part 2, Self and Peer Assessment. LJMU Learning & Teaching Press, 1 :35-38

Stott TA, Hall NE. 2003. Changes in Aspects of Students’ Self-reported Personal, Social and Technical Skills During a Six-week Wilderness Expedition in Arctic Greenland, Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 2 :159-169

Andrews J, Kneale P, Sougnez Y, Stewart M, Stott TA. 2003. Carrying out Pedagogic research into the Constructive Alignment of Fieldwork. Planet Special Edition 5: Linking Teaching and Research and undertaking Pedagogic Research in Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, :51-52

Mount NJ, Louis J, Teeuw RM, Zukowkyj PM, Stott TA. 2003. Estimation of error in bankfull width comparisons from temporally sequenced raw and corrected aerial photographs. Geomorphology, :65-77 DOI Author Url

Couper P, Stott T, Maddock I. 2002. Insights into river bank erosion processes derived from analysis of negative erosion-pin recordings: Observations from three recent UK studies EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS, 27 :59-79 DOI Author Url

Stott TA. 2002. Bed load Transport and Channel Bed Changes in the Proglacial Skeldal River, Northeast Greenland. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 4 :334-344

Stott T. 2002. Bedload transport and channel bed changes in the proglacial Skeldal River, northeast Greenland Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 34 :334-345 DOI

Stott TA, Grove JR. 2001. Short-term discharge and suspended sediment fluctuations in the proglacial Skeldal River, north-east Greenland HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, 15 :407-423 DOI Author Url

Stott TA, Leeks GJL, Marks SD, Sawyer AJ. 2001. Environmentally Sensitive Plot-Scale Timber Harvesting: Impacts on Suspended Sediment , Bed load and Bank Erosion Dynamics, Journal of Environmental Management 63 (1), 3-25 Journal of Environmental Management, 1 :3-25 DOI Author Url

Stott TA, Marks SD. 2000. Effects of Plantation Forest Clearfelling on Stream Temperatures in The Plynlimon Experimental Catchments, mid-Wales. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 1 :95-104 DOI Author Url

Stott T. 1997. A comparison of stream bank erosion processes on forested and moorland streams in the Balquhidder catchments, central Scotland EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS, 22 :383-399 DOI Author Url

Stott T. 1997. Forestry effects on bedload yields in mountain streams APPLIED GEOGRAPHY, 17 :55-78 DOI Author Url

Stott TA, Howard R, Linnett R. 1997. What Influences Students' Choice of Geography at GCSE ? Teaching Geography, 4 :192-193

Stott TA. 1997. Stream Bank Erosion, Timber Harvesting and Forest Management Implications: A Case Study From Mid-Wales. IMMPrint (I. M. Marsh In-house Journal), 1 :37-64

Stott T, Short N. 1996. The Arctic tundra: erosion rates and human impacts Geography Review, 10 :18-24

Stott TA, Short N. 1996. Erosion Rates and Human Impacts in The Arctic Tundra: Findings From a British Schools Exploring Society Expedition to Svalbard. Geography Review, 2 :18-24

Stott TA, Mitchell CR. 1991. Orielton Duck Decoy: The Story of its Decline. Field Studies, 7 :759-769

Stott TA. 1989. Deforestation in Nepal. Geography Review, 1 :32-34

Stott TA. 1989. Upland Afforestation - Does it Increase Erosion and Sedimentation ? Geography Review, 5 :30-32

Stott TA, Duck RW. 1989. A Hammer Seismic Refraction Survey of a Scottish Lacustrine Delta Used to Estimate Sediment Yield: Some Further Considerations. Quaternary Newsletter, 58 :14-15

Stott T. 1989. Upland afforestation: does it increase erosion and sedimentation? Geography Review, 2 :30-32

Stott T. 1989. Deforestation in Nepal Geography Review, 3 :32-35

Stott TA, Duck RW. 1988. A Hammer Seismic Refraction Survey of a Scottish Lacustrine Delta to Estimate Sediment Yield. Quaternary Newsletter, 54 :1-8

Jenkins A, Ashworth PJ, Ferguson RI, Grieve IC, Rowling P, Stott TA. 1988. Slope failures in the Ochil Hills, Scotland, November 1984. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 13 :69-76 DOI

Ferguson RI, Stott TA. 1987. Forestry Effects on Suspended Sediment and Bedload in The Balquhidder Catchments. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth and Environmental Science, 4 :379-385

Ferguson RI, Stott TA. 1987. Forestry effects on suspended sediment and bedload yields in the Balquhidder catchments, Central Scotland Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences, 78 :379-384 DOI

Stott TA. 1984. Vegetation as a Factor Affecting River Bank Erosion on Three Rivers in Mid-Wales. Nature in Wales, 3 (1-2) :65-68

Stott TA, Mount NJ. Alpine proglacial suspended sediment dynamics in warm and cool ablation seasons: implications for global warming Journal of Hydrology, 3-4 :259-270

Mahon E, Hackett A, Stott T, George K, Davies I. Macronutrient consumption prior to, and during, a mountain marathon American Journal of Sports Science, 2 :5-12

Stott TIM, Zaitseva E, Cui V. Stepping Back to Move Forward ? Exploring Outdoor Education Students Fresher and Graduate Identities and their Impact on Employment. Studies in Higher Education, 39 :711-733

Stott TA, NUTTALL A. Discharge and suspended sediment dynamics in an Indian Himalayan river system Hydrology Journal, Indian Association of Hydrologists, Publisher Url Public Url

Martin DJ, Boorman AB, Hardy DP, stott TA. Developing Leadership in Mountain Leader Trainees: Design and Evaluation of a Scheme Developed in the LJMU Outdoor and Environmental Education Programme JMU Teaching and Learning Press,

Stott TA, Owens P, Forrester BJ, Dery S, Menounos B, Lee J. Suspended sediment fluxes In the proglacial zone of a retreating glacier, Cariboo Mountains, British Columbia, Journal of Soils and Sediments: protection, risk assessment and remediation,

Navas A, Lizaga I, Gaspar L, Stott T, Mavlyudov B, Dercon G. Modeling the provenance of fine sediments in Parón Glacier Lake (Cordillera Blanca, Perú) by using a new procedure of tracer selection DOI

Stott TA. Bedload Transport in Rivers: Trapping and Tracing. Geography Review, 5 :23-27 Public Url

Conference publication

Morocza N, Frankham J, Boddy LM, Mahon E, Stott TA. 2019. Hillwalking and walk leading motivations, perceived benefits and the role of natural environment EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 29 Author Url

Onnis P, Byrne PA, Hudson-Edwards KA, Stott T, Hunt C. 2018. Source Apportionment of Trace Metals Over a Range of Stream Flows Using a Multi-method Tracer Approach 11th ICARD-IMWA-MWD Conference – Risk to Opportunity 1 :843-843 Author Url Publisher Url

Stott TA. 2015. Design, Development and Evaluation of VirtualAlps 2.0: A Semantic Web Based Virtual Field Guide for teaching Level 6 Geoscience. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Education and eLearning (EeL 2015), Fifth International Conference on Education and eLearning (EeL 2015) :124-128 Publisher Url Public Url

Mahon E, Stott TA, George K, Davies IG. 2015. IS A HIGH CARBOHYDRATE INTAKE SUSTAINABLE DURING ULTRA-ENDURANCE RUNNING EVENTS? 20th Annual Congress of the European College of Sports Science

Matsom H, Stott T, Tracy F. 2013. The Development of an e-Portfolio for Competency based Training Assessment for a Malaysian Skills Diploma Program http://www.scitepress.org/DigitalLibrary/Link.aspx?doi=10.5220/0004350003860392, 5th International Conference on Computer Supported Education :386-392 DOI

Stott TA, Nuttall A. 2010. Suspended sediment dynamics and yields in a glacial fed river, Tasermiut fjord, SW Greenland. European Geosciences Union General Assembly

Allison P, Stott TA, Felter J, Beames S. 2010. The Value of Expeditions Scottish Educational Research Association Annual Conference on ‘Integrating for Impact - Educational Research, Policy and Practices’,

Stott TA, Beames S, Allison P, Von Wald K, Felter J. 2010. Evaluating the benefits of overseas expeditions to young participants using the expedition learning questionnaire (ELQ). 4th Outdoor Education Conference 2010, “The Curious Garden”

Stott TA. 2010. Virtual Field Guides: Design, Development and Preliminary Evaluation. Invited Keynote Presentation, European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, 3-7 May 2010. Invited Keynote Presentation, European Geosciences Union General Assembly, 3-7 May 2010.

Nuttall, A, Stott TA, Sparke S. 2010. Helping geoscience students improve their numeracy using online quizzes. Poster Presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, 3-7 May 2010. Poster Presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly, 3-7 May 2010.

Mount NJ, Stott TA. 2007. Bayesian Modelling of Suspended Sediment in Proglacial Torrents, Ecrins National Park, France Vol.III, River Sediment Yield Estimation for Studying and Modeling River Channel Processes, in Effects of River Sediments and Channel Processes on Social, Economic and Environmental Safety, Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on River Sedimentation. :232-240

Stott TA, Mount NJ. 2007. The Impact of Rainstorms on Short-Term Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Suspended Sediment Transfer over A Proglacial Zone, Ecrins National Park, France. Vol. V, River Sediment in the Environment,, in Effects of River Sediments and Channel Processes on Social, Economic and Environmental Safety, Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on River Sedimentation :259-266

Mount NJ, Zukowskyj PM, Teeuw RM, Stott TA. 2002. Use of aerial photography and digital photogrammetry in the assessment of river channel destabilisation Leuven RSE, Poudevigne I, Teeuw RM. APPLICATION OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND REMOTE SENSING IN RIVER STUDIES, European Socrates Workshop on the Application of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing in River Studies :41-62 Author Url

Stott T, Marks S. 1998. Bank erosion and suspended sediment dynamics: Responses to timber harvesting in mid-Wales, UK. PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON COMPREHENSIVE WATERSHED MANAGEMENT (ISWM-'98), International Symposium on Comprehensive Watershed Management (ISWM-98) :213-220 Author Url

Stott TA, Marks S. 1998. Bank Erosion and Suspended Sediment Dynamics: Responses to Timber Harvesting in mid Wales, UK. International Symposium on Comprehensive Watershed Management (ISWM-'98), :213-220

Stott TA. 1996. Changes in Amount and Size Distribution of Bedload Trap Material During Forestry Operations In Central Scotland. Walling DE, Webb BW. International Symposium on Erosion and Sediment Yield: Global and Regional Perspectives,

Ferguson RI, Stott TA, Johnson RC. 1987. Forestry and Sediment Yields in Upland Scotland Beschta R. Erosion and Sedimentation in the Pacific Rim 165 :499-500

Stott TA, Ferguson RI, Johnson RC, Newson MD. 1986. Sediment Budgets in Forested and Unforested Basins in Upland Scotland. Hadley RF. Drainage Basin Sediment Delivery 159 :57-68 Public Url

Nuttall, A, Stott TA, Sparke S. Helping geoscience students improve their numeracy using online quizzes. Poster Presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, 3-7 May 2010. Poster Presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly, 3-7 May 2010.

Stott TA, Owens P, Forrester BJ, Lee J. Suspended sediment fluxes in the Castle Creek glacier pro-glacial zone, Cariboo Mountains, British Columbia European Geociences Union 11

Forrester BJ, Forrester BJ, Stott TA, Owens P. A COMPARISON OF THREE METHODS FOR ESTIMATING PRO-GLACIAL SUSPENDED SEDIMENT LOADS: AN EXAMPLE FROM CASTLE CREEK, CARIBOO MOUNTAINS, BRITISH COLUMBIA European Geociences Union 11

Mahon E. Meeting carbohydrate recommendations during a mountain marathon. Nutrition Society Annual Summer Conference DOI Author Url

Dercon G, Evangelista H, Castillo A, Golosov V, Mavlyudov B, Mustafa O, Maercker J, Slaets J, Stott T, Navas A. Modern sediment redistribution in pro-glacial areas of King George Island, South Shetland Islands European Geoscience Union General Assembly

Navas A, Gaspar L, Vakhrameeva P, Lizaga I, Mavlyudov B, Stott T, Gerardo-Abaya J, Slaets J, Dercon G. Identifying the provenance of sediments in melting season in Artic Aldegonda Glacier (Svalbard) European Geoscience Union General Assembly

Stott TA, Grigorieva V, Tretyakov M, Verkulich S, Golovanov O. Suspended Sediment dynamics in meltwater draining from the Aldegonda Glacier, Svalbard Presentation submitted to European Geoscience Union General Assembly

Stott TA, Mavlyudov B. Observations of fine sediment content of surface ice on the Huayan Potosi West Glacier, Bolivia European Geoscience Union General Assembly

Mustafa O, Boeckx P, Dercon G, Evangelista H, Gerardo-Abaya J, Kudnikov A, Maercker J, Mavlyudov B, Navas A, Pfeifer C, Richter A, Slaets J, Stott T, Yangchun W. Monitoring proglacial areas by Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) European Geoscience Union General Assembly

Book

Huddart D, Stott T. 2019. Outdoor Recreation Environmental Impacts and Management Springer Nature 9783319977584

Huddart D, Stott T. 2019. Adventure Tourism Environmental Impacts and Management Springer Nature 9783030186234

Huddart D, Stott T. 2010. Earth Environments: Past, Present and Future Wiley-Blackwell. Chichester

Huddart D, Stott T. 2010. Earth Environments Wiley 9780471485339

Stott T, Scott DK, Cribb SJ. 2005. Guide to mountains Philips. London 9780540085798 Publisher Url

Stott TA. 2000. The River and Waterway Environment for Small Boat Users: An Environmental Guide for Recreational Users of Rivers and Inland Waterways British Canoe Union. Nottingham

Stott TA, Hindson J, Crump R. 1993. Sand Dunes: A Students’ Guide to Coursework. Field Studies Council. Preston Montford

Chapters

Ramirez MJ, Allison P, Stott T, Marshall A. 2019. The long-term influence of expeditions on people’s lives Experiential Learning and Outdoor Education: Traditions of Practice and Philosophical Perspectives :91-111 9780367279295 DOI

Stott TA, Leggat MS, Owens PN, Forrester BJ, Déry SJ, Menounos B. 2016. Suspended sediment dynamics in the proglacial zone of the rapidly retreating Castle Creek Glacier, British Columbia, Canada Source-to-Sink Fluxes in Undisturbed Cold Environments :313-325 9781107068223 DOI

Stott TA, Dercon G. 2015. Information gaps on climate change in mountain regions Romeo R. Understanding mountain soils: A contribution from mountain areas to the International Year of Soils 2015 :109-109 Food and Agriculture Organization of The United Nations Rome, 2015.. Rome

Stott TA, Allison P, Von Wald K. 2013. Learning outcomes of young people on a Greenland expedition: Assessing the educational value of adventure tourism. Taylor S, Varley P, Johnston T. Adventure tourism: Meanings, experience and learning :148-160 Routledge. London 9780415524834

Allison P, Stott TA, Felter J, Beames S. 2011. Overseas Expeditions:Unique Educational Value or expensive opportunities for the affluent? Berry M, Hodgson C. Professional adventure and outdoor education practice Routledge.

Stott TA. 2011. Suspended Sediment Dynamics Singh VP, Singh P, Haritashya UK. Encyclopaedia of Snow, Ice and Glaciers :1126-1132 Springer DOI

Stott TA. 2010. Science on Expeditions Beames S. Understanding Educational Expeditions :45-53 Sense Publishing. Rotterdam 978-94-6091-123-1

Hardy DP, Stott TA. 2006. Taking Stock, Reviewing the Journey and the Route Ahead: Outdoor & Environmental Education at I. M. Marsh, Liverpool John Moores University. Humberstone B, Brown H. Shaping the Outdoor Profession Through Higher Education :93-102

Stott TA, Sawyer AJ. 2000. Clast Travel Distances and Abrasion Rates in Two Coarse Upland Channels Determined Using Magnetically Tagged Bedload. Foster IDL. Tracers in Geomorphology :379-389 Wiley. Chichester

Stott TA. 1999. Stream Bank and Forest Ditch Erosion: Responses to Timber Harvesting in Mid-Wales. Brown AG, Quine TA. Fluvial Processes and Environmental Change :47-70 John Wiley & Sons Ltd

Stott TA, Litherland K, Carmichael P, Nuttall A. Design, Development and Evolution of Interactive Virtual Field Guides for teaching Geosciences Tong V. Geoscience Research and Education. Springer

Stott TA, Allison P, Von Wald K. Learning outcomes of young people on a Greenland expedition: assessing the educational value of adventure tourism Taylor S. Adventure Tourism Routledge

Stott TA, Leggat MS, Owens PN, Forrester BJ, Dery S, Menounos B. Changes in suspended sediment dynamics in the proglacial zone of a retreating glacier in British Columbia, Canada Beylich A, Dixon JC, Zwolinski Z. Source-To-Sink-Fluxes in Undisturbed Cold Environments Cambridge University Press.

Stott TA. Pedagogic Practice in Higher Education, UK Prince H, Humberstone B, Henderson K. International Handbook of Outdoor Studies Routledge DOI

Book review

Stott TA, Ustin A. 2012. Kurt Hahn: Inspirational, Visionary, Outdoor and Experiential Educator, by Nick Veevers and Pete Allison Journal of Experiential Education, 2 :393-393

Software/Code

Stott TA, Carmichael P, Litherland K, Morris S. 2012. VirtualAlps 2: Semantic Web Based Field Guide Author Url

Stott TA, Nuttall A. 2008. VirtualAlps Field Guide Author Url

Stott TA, Milsom C, Clarke H, Crompton K. 2007. Ingleton Waterfalls Trail Virtual Field Guide Author Url

Stott TA. 2001. Fluvial Geomorphology Web based Learning Resource. Digital Image Dataset produced for and published by FILTER (Focussing Images in Learning & Teaching: an Enriched Resource), University of Bristol. Includes panorama movies, time-lapse aerial photography and 152 images. Publisher Url

Poster

Nuttall A, Stott TA, Sparke S. 2010. Helping geoscience students improve their numeracy using online quizzes. Poster Presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, 3-7 May 2010. Poster Presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna

Nuttall A, Stott TA, Sparke S. 2010. Helping geoscience students improve their numeracy using online quizzes European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna.

Report

Couper P, Stott TA. 2006. 42. Couper, P. and Stott, T.A. (2006) Field safety training for staff in Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences in HE: establishing a framework, Report to The Higher Education Academy: Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (GEES) Subject Centre, 30pp.

Stott TA. Forestry Effects on Sediment Sources, Dynamics and Yields in the Balquhidder Catchments, Central Scotland. Unpublished Ph.D Thesis

Thesis/Dissertation

Stott TA. 1988. Forestry Effects on Sediment Sources, Dynamics and Yields in the Balquhidder Catchments, Central Scotland. Ferguson RI, Newson MD. University of Stirling

Highlighted activities

External collaboration:

http://www.snowdonia-outdoors.co.uk/, Snowdonia Outdoors, "Snowdonia Outdoors is Tim's small business providing outdoor and environmental education. Based in our 5-acre woodland near Penrhyndeudraeth, we specialise in canoe journeys and Bushcraft, but also offer guided walks up all of Snowdonia’s mountains, mountain and navigation training and introductory level mountain biking. In the wood we have space for camping and a simple bunkhouse with wood burner. There is a campfire and outdoor pizza oven, a bird hide and 4m tree platform. The woodland is managed and there are over 30 nest boxes which attract a range of birds. As a Welsh temperate rain forest it is home to a variety of mosses, ferns and fungi. There is car parking for up to 6 vehicles within the wood.". 2020

Professional activities

External collaboration:

http://www.snowdonia-outdoors.co.uk/, Snowdonia Outdoors, "Snowdonia Outdoors is Tim's small business providing outdoor and environmental education. Based in our 5-acre woodland near Penrhyndeudraeth, we specialise in canoe journeys and Bushcraft, but also offer guided walks up all of Snowdonia’s mountains, mountain and navigation training and introductory level mountain biking. In the wood we have space for camping and a simple bunkhouse with wood burner. There is a campfire and outdoor pizza oven, a bird hide and 4m tree platform. The woodland is managed and there are over 30 nest boxes which attract a range of birds. As a Welsh temperate rain forest it is home to a variety of mosses, ferns and fungi. There is car parking for up to 6 vehicles within the wood.". 2020

University of Northern British Columbia, Dr P Owens. 2008

University of Edinburgh, Dr P Allison, Dr S Beames. 2005

International Atomic Energy Agency, INT5/156: Building Capacity and Generating Evidence for Climate Change Impacts on Soil, Sediments and Water Resources in Mountainous Regions (2020-24), based at benchmark sites at the Himalayas (Koshi River, Nepal; Mt Gongga, China) and Andes (Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador)..

Industrial connections:

International Atomic Energy Agency, TC INT5153: Impact of climate change on Land-Water-Ecosystem Quality in Polar and Mountainous Regions. 2013

Award:

Mountain Leader Award, Scottish Mountain Leader Training Board. 2012

UKCC Paddlesport Coach, Canoe england. 2011

Epigeum Award for the most effective use of video in an educational or training context (short-listed entry) from Clive Palmer & Tim Stott. A DVD Resource entitled “A themed multi-activity approach to coaching transferable skills in sport – An interactive learning resource”., The Association for Learning Technology (ALT).. 2009

John Muir Explorer Award (2009) in recognition of awareness and responsibility for wild places (BSES SW Greenland Expedition)., John Muir Trust. 2009

Teaching Fellowship, Liverpool John Moores University. 2007

Alpine Ski Leader, Scottish Snowsports. 2004

Teaching Fellowship investigating WW Web Based Learning in HE (Stott, Hall & Bell), Learning Methods Unit, Liverpool JMU. 1998

Level 3 Coach (Inland Kayak), British Canoe Union. 1997

Summer Mountain Leader Award, Mountain Leader Training. 1989

External PGR examinations performed:

Liverpool John Moores University, PhD. 2011

Liverpool John Moores University, PhD. 2011

University of Edinburgh, MPhil. 2011

University of Edinburgh, PhD. 2011

Brunel University, PhD. 2010

Bangor University, PhD. 2009

Liverpool John Moores University, PhD. 2008

University of Southampton, PhD. 2004

Liverpool John Moores University, PhD. 2003

University of Edinburgh, PhD. 2003

Durham University, PhD. 2001

Portsmouth University, PhD. 2001

Liverpool John Moores University, PhD. 1997

External committees:

Expeditions Committee, British Exploring Society, Science Adviser, http://www.bses.org.uk/. 2011

Membership of professional bodies:

Chartered Geographer (Geomorphology), Royal Geographical Society. 2007

Fellow, Higher Education Academy. 2005

Fellow, Royal Geographical Society. 2001

External PGR Supervision - completed students:

Liverpool John Moores University, PhD. 2007

Liverpool John Moores University, PhD. 2006

Liverpool John Moores University, PhD. 2001

Liverpool John Moores University, PhD. 1997

Fellowships:

Physical Geography Research Fellow, Department of Geography, Planning and Architecture, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. 2005

Editorial boards:

Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, Member of Editorial Advisory Board. 2005

Research Grants Awarded:

Liverpool JM University Research Fund, Visiting Research Fellowship to Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia, Grant value (£): 3400, Duration of research project: 1. 2001

Liverpool JM University LTA strategy, Learning, Teaching and Assessment Award for using BlackBoard to support referral students, Dr Tricia Meers, Grant value (£): 1500, Duration of research project: 1. 2001

School of Education, Community & Social Sciences, LJMU, Investigation of The Impact of Non-Academic Work on Students’ Work Patterns, Grant value (£): 900, Duration of research project: 1. 2000

(School of Education, Community & Social Sciences, LJMU, Developing a Generic Higher Order IT Skills Module, Grant value (£): 900, Duration of research project: 1. 2000

Commonwealth Science Council, International Symposium on Comprehensive Watershed Management (ISWM-'98), 7-10 September 1998, Beijing, China, Grant value (£): 1000. 1998

School of Education & Community Studies, Liverpool JM University, Proglacial Sediment Transport Dynamics in The Skeldal River, NE Greenland and/Changes in Aspects of Students’ Self-reported Personal, Social and Technical Skills on an Arctic Greenland Expedition, Grant value (£): 800, Duration of research project: 1. 1998

School of Education & Community Studies, Liverpool JM University, Environmental Education in Secondary Schools: Research Student appointed, Y. Sougnez, D. J. Martin, D. Huddart, Grant value (£): 25000, Duration of research project: 3. 1998

British Canoe Union Environment Panel, Preparation of a book on the River Environment published by British Canoe Union, Grant value (£): 9500, Duration of research project: 3. 1997

Liverpool JM University Research Fund, Medium Term Responses of Lowland River Reaches to Changes in Upland Land Use: PhD Research Student appointed, NJ. Mount, Dr Greg Sambrook-Smith, Grant value (£): 25000, Duration of research project: 3. 1997

School of Education & Community Studies, Liverpool JM University), Forest Clearfelling Effects on Bank Erosion, Grant value (£): 1800, Duration of research project: 1. 1995

Liverpool JM University Research Fund, Forestry Effects on Sediment Storage, Routing and Abrasion in Upland Streams: PhD Research Student appointed, AJ. Sawyer, Grant value (£): £35,000, Duration of research project: 3. 1994

Teaching qualification:

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Secondary). 1990

Other Professional Activity:

External Examiner FD Outdoor Adventure, Exeter College and BA Outdoor Adventure at University of St Marks & St Johns, Plymouth (2014-18).

External Examiner, Adventure Education, University of Chichester (2014-18)..

External Examiner, BA Outdoor Education with Environmental Studies, Edinburgh University (2000-2004);.

External Examiner, Outdoor Education, University of Worcester (2000-05);.

External Examiner, Outdoor Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University (2005-10); Chief External Examiner, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2008-10..

External Examiner, Outdoor Studies, University of Cumbria (Ambleside) 2007-11.

External Examiner, Outdoor Studies, University of Derby (2004-07);.

External Examiner, University of Leeds (2010-13);.

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