Dr Ian Holman
Location: Vincent Building, Cranfield campus
T: +44 (0)1234 750111 x5575
Environmental Science and Technology
Dr Ian Holman is the Course Tutor for Environmental Water Management on the Water Management Programme. Ian's current research interests are in various aspects of the impacts of land use and management on catchment hydrology, groundwater recharge and flood risk management, under current and future climates; the detection and attribution of environmental change in surface water and groundwater records, and climate change adaptation at farm to Member State levels.
Having been lead author of the UK’s first regional integrated assessment of the effects of climate and socio-economic change on land, water and biodiversity (RegIS) and project manager for the development of the interactive Regional Impact Simulator software for stakeholder assessment of climate change, Ian is workpackage leader for the development of a web-based participatory modelling platform for climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability assessment across Europe within the CLIMSAVE FP7 project.
- EU FP7
- Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)
- Department for International Development (DFID)
- Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)
- The Broads Authority
- Environment Agency
- Countryside Council for Wales
- Agrochemical industry
- European Network for Rural Development