Dr Lindsay Catherine Beevers

Graduated from University of Glasgow in 1999 with MEng in Civil Engineering with Geology and 2004 with a PhD on “Morphological sustainability of estuarine barrages”.
2003-2007 Senior Environmental Modeller for Jacobs involved in a wide range of projects from flood risk, water quality and sediment modelling to Environmental Impact Assessment
2007-2010: Senior Lecturer UNESCO-IHE: Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands
Project Leader: Power2Flow: Hydropower to Environment transfers in the Zambezi Delta: Funded by Dutch Govern
EU Funded SMAPIII ICZM Project: Alexandria Lake Mariout Integrated Management (ALAMIM) Hydrodynamic and ecosystem modelling of Lake Mariout, Alexandria, Egypt
Zambezi Basin: Sustainable Hydropower and E-Flows WWF-TNC partnership project: Technical Advisor Flood/Hydraulic management
High Altitude Wetlands: WWF funded small research project
Scientific Advisor to Nile Basin Capacity Building Network (NBCBN)
Mekong River Commission Flood Management and Mitigation Programme, Component 2: Structural Measures and Flood Proofing
Appointed as Lecturer within the Water Management Research Team at Heriot-Watt University in August 2010.

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