Dr José Constantine
- Fluvial and Coastal Geomorphology
- Deputy Director, MESci Programmes
- PhD Geological Sciences (University of California - Santa Barbara) Meander Cutoff and the Controls on the Production and Evolution of Oxbow Lakes, 2008.
- MSc Hydrologic Sciences (University of California - Davis) Floodplain Evolution in a Small, Tectonically Active Basin of Northern California, 2002.
- BSc Geology (College of William & Mary), 1999.
- American Geophysical Union
- Geological Society of America
- British Society for Geomorphology
- Pauline Dieras (2009-2013): Controls on the persistence of oxbow lakes as aquatic habitat
- Kate Walker-Springett (2010-2014): Public perception of habitat management strategies for the freshwater pearl mussel in response to climate-driven environmental change across Wales
- Joshua Ahmed (2011-2015): Sediment supply as a driver of meandering river dynamics
- Alexander Horton (2013-2017): Impacts of the removal of tropical rainforest on the meandering dynamics of the Kinabatangan River, Borneo
- Rhodri Thomas (2013-2017): Predictions of river habitat response to climate change across the United Kingdom