Contact Dr Andrea Momblanch

Areas of expertise

  • Computing, Simulation & Modelling
  • Natural Capital
  • Water Science and Engineering


Dr Momblanch is a water and environmental engineer specialised on catchment-scale water resources systems analysis. Her research deploys expertise in water management modelling, including water quantity, water quality and biotic components, to understand the trade-off between human and environmental water uses, and to discover new ways to reconcile and balance competing demands. She has developed innovative integrated methods to inform global change impacts assessment and adaptation in high mountain regions through a range of NERC funded projects SusHi-Wat (NE/N016394/1) and PeruGROWS (NE/S013296/1), promoted the application of systems approaches to water management leading several QR GCRF projects, and expanded the capabilities of existing models to better capture physical, eco-hydrological and human-nature interactions (CSD2009-00065, NE/W004550/1).

Current activities

Her research interests are related the integration of natural capital and nature-based solutions into water resource and environmental modelling to support sustainable water and catchment management.




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