Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society

Joel Blackburn

Department / group: School of Geosciences
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Research interests:

Hydrogeology, geomorphology, sedimentology, hydrology

Career history:

BSc Geology with physical Geography (Keele University)
MSc Geosciences (Keele University)

Active research projects:

Understanding stream-aquifer interactions and their influence on flow regimes and fluvial processes in a newly restored ephemeral stream

Hydrogeological modelling, hydrological monitoring, geophysical investigations, river monitoring, erosion monitoring

Recent publications:

2023: Long-term geomorphic adjustments following the recoupling of a tributary to its main-stem river (1st author). Geomorphology.
2022: Ovummuridae (calcareous microfossils) from the Much Wenlock Limestone Formation, Shropshire, UK. Palaeontologica Electronica.
2021: Hydrogeological controls on the flow regime of an ephemeral temperate stream flowing across and alluvial fan (1st author). Journal of Hydrology.
2019: Reflected light microscopy as an efficient and cost-effective method for the detection of calcareous micro-fossils, an example from the Much Wenlock Limestone Formation, Shropshire, UK. The Student Journal of Natural Sciences.

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