Staff Profile:Dr Jess Neumann

Name:
Dr Jess Neumann
Job Title:
Lecturer in Geographical Information Systems (Teaching Intensive)
Responsibilities:
  • Research in seasonal flood forecasting
  • Research in landscape change and biodiversity conservation
  • Undergraduate and Postgraduate teaching
  • MSc project supervision
Areas of Interest:
  • Seasonal flood forecasting
  • Landscape ecology
  • Ecosystem services and natural capital
  • Biodiversity and conservation
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Research groups / Centres:

Environmental Science Research Division

Water@Reading

Centre for Wildlife Assessment and Conservation http://blogs.reading.ac.uk/cwac/

Project:

IMPREX (EU Horizon 2020) - improving forecasts for compound flood events in the Thames at seasonal timescales.

Key Facts:

Jess has a BSc in Physical Geography, MSc in Wildlife Management and Conservation and a PhD in Landscape Ecology (University of Reading). Her current postdoc looks at whether improved meteorological forecasts lead to more skilful flood forecasts in the Thames at seasonal timescales. Previously she was a postdoc working on Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services in the Loddon (The Loddon Observatory).

Jess is a co-Director of the UK Chapter of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (ialeUK) and has been a member of the committee since 2012 (currently head of Publicity and Outreach).

She has also worked as a GIS and ecology consultant on projects concerning landscape change and biodiversity in the UK, Liberia, Papua New Guinea, Seychelles and Afghanistan.

You can follow Jess on Twitter @jess_n1 and @ialeUK

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