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 Rowena Diamond

Rowena Diamond

Research student, School of Biosciences

Overview

I am a Ph.D. researcher at Cardiff University, focusing on the effects of climate change on freshwater systems. I work closely with NGOs to record and process water temperature data across the Wye and Usk catchments and also examine how changing environments may impact species, such as salmonids. 


I am on the BES committee for Climate Change as a student representative, I also hold a PGCE in Geography and enjoy teaching in schools about climate change and ecology. During my Ph.D., I have been working for The Brilliant Club to help achieve this. 

Research

Thesis

Diagnosing and mitigating the adverse effects of climate change on salmonids

Funding source

KESS2

Supervisors

Dr Ian Vaughan

Dr Ian Vaughan

Senior Lecturer

Dr Robert Thomas

Dr Robert Thomas

Senior Lecturer

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