People

Safa Fanaian

DPhil Researcher

Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment

Safa’s doctoral research seeks to explore the possibilities for effective governance and management in the transboundary Yarlung Tsango-Brahmaputra-Jamuna River Basin while navigating trade-offs for policy, environment, civil society and enterprise. Safa seeks to blend practical realities with theoretical understanding. Supervisor Dr. Dustin Garrick.

E: safa.fanaian@some.ox.ac.uk
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Dr David Favis-Mortlock

Senior Visiting Research Associate

School of Geography and the Environment

David Favis-Mortlock holds expertise in modelling soil erosion by water, including under future climate and land use.

E: david.favis-mortlock@ouce.ox.ac.uk
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Professor Robert Field

Professor in Engineering Science

Department of Engineering Science

Robert Field’s well-cited 1995 paper on critical flux found great resonance in the water industries, with representatives of these industries contributing fully to 2002 and 2003 Oxford workshops on the topic. The subsequent 2006 review paper on critical and sustainable fluxes that he co-authored was the 5th most cited paper during 2006-2010 in the premier Journal of Membrane Science.

E: robert.field@eng.ox.ac.uk
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Alex Fischer

DPhil Researcher

Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment

Alex Fischer’s research focuses on water security and sustainable resource management. His current work explores how new data flows from sensors and smart-meters creates value and efficient decision-making for communities, investors and policy-makers, particularly in contexts of scare resources, high-variability and institutional fragility. Supervisor: Dr Rob Hope

E: alexander.fischer@ouce.ox.ac.uk
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