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					CURRICULUM VITAE Name: David Peter GILES Age: Address: 46 years 40 Bembridge Crescent Southsea Hants PO4 0QU dave.giles@port.ac.uk Date of Birth: Telephone: 28 January 1961 Home: 023 92830498 Work: 023 92842248 Mobile: 07885 368057

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Principal Lecturer in Engineering Geology, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Portsmouth Applied Geoscience Programme Manager, University of Portsmouth Education 1980-1983 Portsmouth Polytechnic:

BSc (Honours) Engineering Geology and Geotechnics Second Class Honours (Lower Division) 1979-1980 1972-1979 St Albans College of Further Education (PT) Verulam School, St Albans:

A-levels: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Ten O-levels, One alternative O-level Professional Awards 2001 Geological Society Engineering Group Award for Services to Engineering Geology Professional Status Fellow of the Higher Education Academy Chartered Engineer Fellow of the Geological Society Former Member of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy Member of the Geologists Association Member of the Quaternary Research Association Committee Member of the Engineering Group of the Geological Society Current Field Work Co-ordinator of the Engineering Group of the Geological Society Chair of the Engineering Group of the Geological Society Working Party on Geohazards Member of the Engineering Group of the Geological Society Working Party on the Training of Engineering Geologists Former Committee Member of the Geological Remote Sensing Group

Training and Experience 1991 - Present 1997 - Present 1994 – Present 1991 - 1997 University of Portsmouth: Principal Lecturer in Engineering Geology Applied Geoscience Programme Manager Senior Lecturer in Engineering Geology Course Leader BEng (Hons) Engineering Geology and Geotechnics Course Leader MSc Engineering Geology Course Leader MSc Contaminated Land

Principal lecturing and research areas include Quaternary Geology and engineering geomorphology, landslides and slope stability, contaminated land, risk analysis and assessment, geohazard management and remediation, spatial data modelling, geostatistical techniques, geographical information systems, remote sensing and image analysis. As Applied Geoscience Programme Manager responsible for the BEng (Hons) Engineering Geology and Geotechnics and BSc (Hons) Geological Hazards pathways. Chair of the Applied Geoscience Board of Examiners, Applied Geoscience Board of Studies and Applied Geoscience Unit Assessment Boards. Applied Geoscience Admissions Tutor. Responsible for co-ordinating and running fieldwork programmes to North Norfolk (Quaternary geology and engineering geomorphology), Malverns (engineering rock and soil assessment), Broadway, Cotswolds (engineering geomorphology), Villerville, Normandy, (geohazard assessment), Portland, Lyme Regis and Dorset (geohazard assessment), Kent (landslides and slope instability), French Alps, Provence and the Massif Central (geological hazards and engineering geology study tour). Active involvement in the University Widening Participation Project. 1989-1991 Mott MacDonald Group: Chartered Engineer (Grade E4) Foundations and Geotechnics Division. Principal duties included the application of computing techniques to engineering geology and geotechnical problems. Specific experience in the analysis of spatial data via geostatistical methods, earth science databases and the use and potential of geographical information systems. 1987-1989 Natural Environmental Research Council Computer Services (British Geological Survey): Senior Site Officer. Senior site officer responsible for on-site computer systems management and as the senior local support officer responsible for comprehensive computer support to the Survey's geologists and geochemists. Responsible for computer training courses and software and hardware support.

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1984-1987

Scott Pickford and Associates: Computer Mapping Geologist/Special Projects Analyst.

Computer mapping geologist and special projects analyst responsible for seismic exploration database management, computer mapping, sub-surface modelling and volumetric studies. Responsible for the documentation, in-house and external training of the company's geophysical database management system. Made a considerable contribution to Scott Pickford's involvement in an Equity forum with Shell UK to carry out the complex mapping aspects of the Dunlin field redetermination. 1983 Norwest Holst Soils Engineering Ltd: Temporary Geotechnical Engineer. Experience gained in the detailed logging of site investigation borehole and trial pit samples and of the processing of geotechnical laboratory test data. Experience of large scale groundwater pumping tests and of ground investigation techniques. Grants, Research Projects and Collaborations Gibson, A.D., Marsh, S., Hobbs, P.R.N., Foster, C.F., Boon, D., Poulton, C.V., Whitworth, M.Z., Giles, D.P. (2008) Application for NERC Emergency flight of the Black Ven landslide complex. Fowler, M., Whitworth, M.Z. Giles, D.P. and Dewdney, C (2007) Knowledge Transfer Partnership. University of Portsmouth – Grundon Waste Management Ltd. Commercial development and application of empirical dust propagation modelling from hazardous waste landfill, based on chemical composition. NERC. £106,000. Giles, D.P., Whitworth, M.Z. and Koor, N (2007) ERASMUS Bilateral Agreement Professor Benjamin van Wyk de Vries, Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans, Universite Blaise Pascal, Clermont Ferrand, France. Montero, José Chacón, Universidad De Granada and Whitworth, M.Z., Giles, D.P. and Koor, N. (2006) Proyecto CGL2005-03332 (BTE). Elaboration of predictive maps of slope movements in static and dynamic conditions on a scale detailed by means of databases and remote sensing: Application to sector Centro-Oriental of Andalusia. (20062009). £~5000. Koor, N., Whitworth, M.Z. and Giles, D.P. (2006) PUNCH - Projections of unstable natural slopes affected by climate change and their impacts on urban and infrastructure assets. EPSRC bid in preparation with various partners including Loughborough University, Kingston University, Transport Research Laboratory and the British Geological Survey. Whitworth, M.Z. and Giles, D.P. (2006) Application of airborne remote sensing to the study of complex landslide terrains associated with the Quaternary glaciolacustrine deposits of southeast France (Successful 11 July 2005). (Grade Alpha 4). £tbc. Giles, D.P., Whitworth, M.Z. and Poulsom, A.J. (2005) GEES Subject Centre SmallScale Project Funding Proposal: 2005-06 Bringing the 'Real World' into the GEES Student Learning Experience: The Development of Fieldwork Problem-Based Learning in the Applied Geosciences. £3000.

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Publications Giles, D. P., Whitworth, M. C. Z. & Poulsom, A.J. (2008) The Development of Fieldwork Problem-Based Exercises in the Applied Geosciences. Planet, No. 20, Learning and teaching in Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Higher Education Academy, pp 37-40. Giles, D. P. & Whitworth, M. C. Z. (2006) Training and education of engineering geologists for the new urban challenges in applied geosciences. Engineering geology for tomorrow's cities. The Tenth IAEG Congress, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 6-10 September 2006. Paper No. 244. Whitworth, M. C. Z., Giles, D. P. & Anderson, I. (2006) Landslide imaging techniques for urban geoscience reconnaissance. Engineering geology for tomorrow's cities. The Tenth IAEG Congress, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 6-10 September 2006. Paper No. 245. Whitworth, M. C. Z., Giles, D. P. & Anderson, I. (2006) Terrestrial laser scanning for applied geoscience and landslide studies in the urban environment. Engineering geology for tomorrow's cities. The Tenth IAEG Congress, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 6-10 September 2006. Paper No. 252. Whitworth, M. C. Z., Giles, D. P. & Murphy, W. (2005) Airborne remote sensing for landslide hazard assessment: a case study on the Jurassic escarpment slopes of Worcestershire, United Kingdom. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 38(3), 285-300. Giles, D.P. (2004) Geotechnical Engineering. In Selley, R.C., Cocks, L.R.M. and Plimer, I.R. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Geology. Elsevier, Vol 3, pp 100-105. Mwiya, S., Hughes, D.J. & Giles, D. (2004) Strategies for identifying and designing safe, economic municipal solid waste disposal sites in the arid zones of Southern Africa. Proc. Waste 2004: Integrated Waste Management and Pollution Control: Policy and Practice, Research and Solutions, Warwick, pp 253-265. Mwiya, S. & Giles, D. (2004) A knowledge-based approach to municipal solid waste disposal site development in the Kartsified Dolomitic terrain around the town of Tsumeb in North Central Namibia. Communs. Geol. Surv. Namibia, 13, pp 9-21. M. C. Z. Whitworth, A. D. Gibson, A. F. Forster, D. P. Giles, Poulton, C., Rowlands, K. & Jones, L. J. (2003) The use of terrestrial laser scanning and digital terrain models for landslide hazard assessment. Proc of the Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology: Predictive Modelling of Geotechnical/Landslide Hazards. University of Portsmouth. Mrabet, Z. & Giles, D., (2002) Probabilistic risk assessment: The tool for uncertainty reduction in geotechnical engineering. Risk Analysis III, pp 3-13. WIT Press. Mrabet, Z. & Giles, D., (2002) Reliability analysis of earth fills using stochastic methods. Proc. 3rd Int. Conf. on Mathematical Methods in Reliability: Methodology and Practice. Trondheim. pp 469-472. Mrabet, Z. & Giles, D., (2002) Modelling uncertainties in the stationary seepage problem. Water Resources Management, pp 311-320. WIT Press. Whitworth, M., Giles, D., & Murphy, W, (2002) Landslides of the Cotswolds escarpment, Broadway, Worcestershire, UK. Proc. Of the Cotteswold Naturalists’ Field Club, Vol. XLII, Part 2, pp. 118-127.

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Whitworth, M. C. Z., Giles, D. P., & Murphy, W. (2001) Identification of landslides in clay terrains using Airborne Thematic Mapper (ATM) multispectral imagery. SPIE Proceedings of the VIII International Symposium on Remote Sensing, 17 - 21 September, Toulouse France. Volume 4545, 216 - 224. Whitworth, M.C.Z., Giles, D.P., Murphy, W, & Petley, D.N., (2000). Spectral properties of active, suspended and relict landslides derived from Airborne Thematic Mapper imagery. In Bromhead, E., Dixon, N. and Ibsen, M-L. Landslides In Research, Theory and Practice. Thomas Telford, London, 1569-1574. Whitworth, M., Murphy, W., Giles, D.P. & Petley D.N., (2000) Historical constraints on slope movement age: a case study at Broadway, United Kingdom. The Geographical Journal, Vol. 166, No. 2, June 2000, pp. 139-155. Haines S., Langdon, N.J., Wilson S.A.W. & Giles D.P (1999) A critical evaluation of current methods of detection of landfill gas surface emission rates. Land Contamination and Remediation. Cardiff. Plunkett, J.S., & Giles, D.P. (1999) Risk assessment revisited: A review of contaminated land risk assessment using data from a known contaminated site in Portsmouth, UK. Risk 99, Rotterdam. Mankelow, J., Giles, D.P. & Murphy, W. (1998) Probability density function modelling for earthquake-triggered landslide hazard assessments. Proceedings of the 1998 Annual Conference of the International Association of Mathematical Geology, Ischia, Italy. pp 241-246. Giles, D.P. (1998) A digital data standard for the interchange of geotechnical and geoenvironmental data. Proceedings of the 1998 Annual Conference of the International Association of Mathematical Geology, Ischia, Italy. pp 683-687. Fall, D.A., Giles, D.P. & Langdon, N.J. (1998) Geotechnical characterisation of some Brickearths of Southern Britain. Abstracts, Geoscience 98. Keele. pp 176. Plunkett, J.S., Giles, D.P. & Langdon, N.J. (1998). A brief review of the use of risk assessment software for the characterization of contaminated land. In Consoil ‘98. International TNO/BMFT Conference on Contaminated Soil. 6, Vol. 2 Edinburgh. pp 1027-1028. Giles, D.P. & Whitworth, M.C.Z. 1997. Periglacial geohazard prediction utilising remotely sensed imagery, geomorphology and piezometry. Abstracts, 4th International Conference on Geomorphology, Bologna. pp 177-178. Moran, J.A. Langdon, N.J. & Giles, D. P. 1997. Can Site Investigation be taught? Proc. Instn. Civ. Engng., 120, Aug., pp 111-118, Paper 11118, London. Moran, J.A. Langdon, N.J. & Giles, D. P. 1997. Computer Aided Learning for realistic undergraduate professional experience in site investigation. Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Engineering Education, Sheffield Hallam University. Giles, D.P., Morgan, A. & Darlow, P. 1996. On Contaminated Ground. GIS Europe. December. pp 20-22. Whitworth, M.C.Z., Giles, D.P. & Murphy, W. 1996. GIS integration of remotely sensed imagery, geomorphological maps and piezometric data for periglacial geohazard assessment. Abstracts, Applied Geoscience, Warwick, pp 39.

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Fall, D., Giles, D.P. & Langdon, N.J. 1996. GIS for the modelling and analysis of domestic property insurance risk associated with potentially collapsible soils of southern Britain. Proceedings of the 2nd Joint European Conference on Geographical Information, JEC, Vol. 1, pp 338-341, Barcelona. Whalley, J.S. & Giles, D.P. 1996. A spreadsheet-based, problem-orientated approach to computing for earth scientists. In: Geoscience education and training; in schools and universities, for industry and public awareness. pp 537-542. Balkema. Giles, D.P. 1995. The integration of GIS and geostatistical modelling for a tunnelling geohazard study. Proceedings of the 1st Joint European Conference on Geographical Information, JEC, Vol. 2, pp 421-426, The Hague. Association of Geotechnical Specialists 1994. Electronic transfer of geotechnical data from ground investigations (2nd Edition), Association of Geotechnical Specialists, London. Giles, D.P. 1994. Geostatistical surface modelling utilising geostatistical algorithms for tunnelling window delineation - a case study from the London Water Ring Main. In Oliveira, R., Rodrigues, L.F., Coelho, A.G. & Cunha, A.P. (Eds). Proceedings of the 7th Congress of the International Association of Engineering Geology, VI, pp 4581-4589, Lisbon. Giles, D.P. 1994. A digital data standard for the electronic transfer of geotechnical data from ground investigations. In Oliveira, R., Rodrigues, L.F., Coelho, A.G. & Cunha, A.P. (Eds). Proceedings of the 7th Congress of the International Association of Engineering Geology, VI, pp 4563-4568, Lisbon. Giles, D.P. & Whalley, J.S. 1994. Computer-based activities in engineering geology training. In Oliveira, R., Rodrigues, L.F., Coelho, A.G. & Cunha, A.P. (Eds). Proceedings of the 7th Congress of the International Association of Engineering Geology, VI, pp 48454851, Lisbon. Drake, J.J., Giles, D.P., Murphy, W. & Walton, N.R.G. 1994. Rising groundwater levels at Fawley, Hants. In Oliveira, R., Rodrigues, L.F., Coelho, A.G. & Cunha, A.P. (Eds). Proceedings of the 7th Congress of the International Association of Engineering Geology, IV, 2895-2903, Lisbon. Giles, D.P. 1994. A geographical information system for geotechnical and ground investigation data management and analysis. Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference and Exhibition on Geographical Information Systems, EGIS, pp 766-778, Paris. Whalley, J.S. & Giles, D.P. 1994. The integration of spatial analysis software into undergraduate earth science teaching. Program with abstracts, Geological Association of Canada/Mineralogical Association of Canada, Annual Meeting, p A118, Waterloo, Ontario. Giles, D.P. 1993. Geostatistical interpolation techniques for geotechnical data modelling and ground condition risk and reliability assessment. In B.O. Skipp (ed), Risk and Reliability in Ground Engineering, pp 202-214, Thomas Telford. Association of Geotechnical Specialists 1992. The electronic transfer of geotechnical data from ground investigations (1st Edition), Association of Geotechnical Specialists, London.

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Giles, D.P. 1992. The geotechnical computer workstation: The link between the geotechnical database and the geographical information system. Géotechnique et Infomatique, pp 685-690. Presses de l'école nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris. Presentations at Specialist Meetings Mwiya, S., Hughes, D.J. & Giles, D. 2004 Strategies for identifying and designing safe, economic municipal solid waste disposal sites in the arid zones of Southern Africa. Proc. Waste 2004: Integrated Waste Management and Pollution Control: Policy and Practice, Research and Solutions, Warwick. M. C. Z. Whitworth, A. D. Gibson, A. F. Forster, D. P. Giles, Poulton, C., Rowlands, K. & Jones, L. J. 2003 The use of terrestrial laser scanning and digital terrain models for landslide hazard assessment. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology. Predictive Modelling of Geotechnical/Landslide Hazards. University of Portsmouth, 7-12th September 2003. Whitworth, M. C. Z., Giles, D.P. and Murphy, W. 2002. A combined texture-principal component classification technique for landslide identification using airborne multispectral imagery. Presentation at the XXVII General Assembly of the European Geophysical Society. Nice, France. 21 - 26 April 2002. Giles, D.P. 2000. Education of Engineering Geologists: The Future, The Portsmouth Perspective. Education of Engineering Geologists: The Future? Engineering Group Meeting, Geological Society, London. Mankelow, J., Giles, D.P. & Murphy, W. 1998. Probability density function modelling for earthquake-triggered landslide hazard assessments. 1998 Annual Conference of the International Association of Mathematical Geology, Ischia, Italy. Giles, D.P. 1998. A digital data standard for the interchange of geotechnical and geoenvironmental data. 1998 Annual Conference of the International Association of Mathematical Geology, Ischia, Italy. Fall, D.A., Giles, D.P. & Langdon, N.J. 1998.Geotechnical characterisation of some Brickearths of Southern Britain. Geoscience >98. Keele. Giles, D.P. & Langdon, N.J. 1997. Meeting of the Teachers of Geotechnical Subjects, Kingston University. Whitworth, M.Z., Giles, D.P & Murphy, W. 1996. GIS integration of remotely sensed imagery, geomorphological maps and piezometric data for periglacial geohazard assessment. Applied Geosciences, Warwick. Giles, D.P. & Whitworth, M.Z. 1996. GIS in engineering geology: A case study. GIS in Engineering Geology, Engineering Group Meeting, Geological Society, London. Morgan, A., Darlow, P., Giles, D.P. & Walton, N.R.G. 1995. GIS for Contaminated Land Assessment and Modelling. Euroconference Systèmes d'Information Géographique, University of Karlsruhe. Barnes, R.C., Giles, D.P., Johnson, P.B. & Langdon, N.J. 1995. Geographical Information Systems as Data Integrators for Pre-Ground Investigation Studies in the Urban Environment. Euroconference Systèmes d'Information Géographique, University of Karlsruhe.

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Giles, D.P. & Langdon, N.J. 1994. Engineering Geology and Geotechnics at the University of Portsmouth - A Review. The Training and Education of Engineering Geologists, Engineering Group Meeting, Geological Society, London. Giles, D.P. 1991. The Role of the Consultant and their Needs and Responsibilities in Relation to Geotechnical Data Acquisition and Analysis. The Interchange of Geotechnical Data by Electronic Means, Association of Geotechnical Specialists Seminar, Birmingham. Giles, D.P. 1990. The Mott MacDonald Geotechnical Data Management System, an Overview. Computers in Engineering Geology. Engineering Group Meeting, Geological Society, London. Other Published Work Moran, J., Langdon, N.J., Giles, D.P. et al. 1996. Geotechnical Computer Assisted Learning, Strand 3, Site Investigation. Teaching and Learning Technology Programme. Poster Presentations Whitworth, M. C. Z. and Giles, D. P. & Anderson, I. (2006) Landslide imaging techniques for urban geoscience reconnaissance. Engineering geology for tomorrow's cities. The Tenth IAEG Congress, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 6-10 September 2006. Whitworth, M. C. Z., Giles, D. P. & Anderson, I. (2006) Terrestrial laser scanning for applied geoscience and landslide studies in the urban environment. Engineering geology for tomorrow's cities. The Tenth IAEG Congress, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 6-10 September 2006. Plunkett, J.S., Giles, D.P. & Langdon, N.J. 1998. The use of risk assessment software for the characterisation of contaminated land in urban environments. Consoil >98. Edinburgh. Giles, D.P. & Whitworth, M.C.Z. 1997. Periglacial geohazard prediction utilising remotely sensed imagery, geomorphology and piezometry. 4th International Conference on Geomorphology, Bologna. Morgan, A., Giles, D.P. & Walton, N.R.G. 1995. Topsoil thickness modelling using GIS for the purpose of assessing risks from underlying contaminated material on Hope Cottage Allotments, Portsmouth. GIS Research U.K. Annual Conference, Newcastleupon-Tyne. Barnes, R.C., Giles, D.P. & Langdon, N.J. 1995. Geographical Information Systems as data integrators for pre-ground investigation studies. GIS Research U.K. Annual Conference, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Non-Published Technical Reports 2006 The Training of Engineering Geologists. Working Party Report of the Engineering Group of the Geological Society. Channel Tunnel Rail Link Thames Crossing and Approaches Geostatistical Analysis, Union Railways Ltd. London Water Ring Main Brixton to Honor Oak Tunnel Desk Study and Geological Risk Analysis, Mott MacDonald. London Water Ring Main Stage 5 Geological Risk Analysis, Mott MacDonald.

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GDMS Users Manual, Mott MacDonald. GDMS - Geotechnical Data Management System, Mott MacDonald. <Geo-Graphics> Seismic Data Management System Users Manual, Scott Pickford.

Conferences Attended Practical aspects of the engineering geology of weak rock, Engineering Group Forum, November, 2007, London, UK. * 10th International Association of Engineering Geologists Congress, Engineering Geology for Tomorrow's Cities, September 2006. Nottingham, UK. Urban Geology in Wales. November 2005, Cardiff, UK. Urban Geology in Wales. September 2004, Cardiff, UK. * Annual Conference of the International Association of Mathematical Geology. September 2003. Portsmouth, UK. Annual Conference of the International Association of Mathematical Geology. October 1998. Ischia, Italy. 4th International Conference on Geomorphology. September 1997. Bologna, Italy. Geoscience >98. University of Keele. April 1997. Keele, UK. Applied Geoscience, University of Warwick. April 1996. Warwick, UK. International Union for Quaternary Research, XIV International Congress. August 1995. Berlin, Germany 1st Joint European Conference and Exhibition on Geographical Information, JEC. April 1995. The Hague, Netherlands. 7th International Congress of the International Association of Engineering Geology. September 1994. Lisbon, Portugal. 5th European Conference and Exhibition on Geographical Information Systems, EGIS. April 1994. Paris, France. Risk Assessment in the Extractive Industries. March 1994. Exeter, UK. * Association of Geotechnical Specialists Geotechnical Data Interchange Format. January 1994. Birmingham, UK. Risk and Reliability in Ground Engineering. November 1993. London, UK. Association for Geographic Information Annual Conference. November 1993. Birmingham, UK. Geographical Data Handling, Royal Geographical Society. November 1993. London, UK. Geostatistics in Civil Engineering. September 1993. Leuven, Belgium.

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Geoscience Continuing Professional Development and Training 1998 Geostatistical Simulation in Geology, International Association of Mathematical Geology Annual Conference, Ischia, Italy. Risk Analysis Workshop, Golder Associates, Risk Assessment in the Extractive Industries, Exeter University. Spatial Data Analysis for Environmental Assessment, EGIS/MARI '94 Workshop. Geostatistics in Civil Engineering, CEEC Training Course, University of Leuven, Belgium. Digital Terrain Models and GIS, EGIS '92 Workshop. DEC RdB Relational Database Management System. Geographical Information Systems, Eurographics, Bath. SAS Processing, SAS Institute. Geographical Information Systems, NERC Workshop. Introduction to SAS, NERC Training Course. Introduction to Oracle, NERC Training Course. DEC VAX/VMS Systems Management. Image Analysis, NERC Workshop. Unix Fundamentals and System Administration, Hewlett Packard. Fortran 77, The Polytechnic of Central London. CPS-1 Gridding and Contouring, Radian Corporation.

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Other Professional Activities Committee and Working Party Membership 2006 – Present 2005 – Present 2005 – 2006 Engineering Group of the Geological Society Working Party on the Training of Engineering Geologists. Engineering Group of the Geological Society Working Party on Geohazards (Committee Chair) Organising Committee (Field Trip Liaison Officer) 10th International Association of Engineering Geologists Congress, Engineering Geology for Tomorrow's Cities, September 2006. Nottingham, UK. Organising Committee of the Annual Conference of the International Association of Mathematical Geology, Portsmouth, UK. Geological Society Engineering Group Annual Field Meeting Convenor. Committee Member of the Geological Society Engineering Group.

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Committee Member of the Geological Society Remote Sensing Group. Member of the Association of Geotechnical Specialists Working Party on the electronic transfer of geotechnical data from ground investigations.

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Engineering Group Field Meetings Convened 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 Engineering Geology of Bathstone Mining and the Severn Barrage Engineering Geology of Ironbridge and the Welsh Borders Engineering Geology of Dorset Engineering Geology of the Peak District Engineering Geology of the A55 North Wales Coastal Engineering Geology of the Isle Wight Engineering Geology of the Lambeth Group Landslides and Slope Stability in South Wales Engineering Geology of the M2 Widening and CTRL, Kent Engineering Geology of Scarborough Coastal Engineering Geology of Hunstanton and North Norfolk Periglacial and Proglacial Sediments and Landforms in the Area Around Stoke on Trent Engineering Geology of the Chalk

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Ph.D's Examined Mason, P.J. 1998. Landslide Hazard Assessment Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques. Imperial College, London. Oliver, A. 1995. A Knowledge Based System for the Interpretation of Ground Investigation Information. University of Durham. Ph.D Supervisions Stephen Bundy PhD/MPhil. The effects of pore water pressure stress history on incompetent weak rock. 2006 Malcolm Whitworth PhD. The Application of Airborne Multispectral Remote Sensing and Digital Terrain Modelling to the Detection and Delineation of Landslides on Clay Dominated Slopes of the Cotswolds Escarpment, Worcestershire, United Kingdom. Selffunded. 1995 – 2006 David Fall PhD. Domestic Property Insurance Risks Associated with Brickearth Deposits of Southern Britain. Association of British Insurers Studentship. 1995 - 2004

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Sindila Mwiya PhD. Development of a knowledge-based system methodology for designing solid waste disposal sites in arid and semi-arid environments. 2000 – 2003 Joe Mankelow PhD. GIS Techniques as an Aid to the Assessment of Earthquake Triggered Landslide Hazards. RAE. 1994 - 1998 Robert Barnes MPhil. The Application of GIS as a Data Integrator of Pre-Ground Investigation Desk Studies for Terrain Evaluation and Investigation Planning. HEFCE. 1993 - 1996 Jason Drake MPhil. The Influence of Clay Mineralogy Pore Water Composition and PreConsolidation Pressure on the Magnitude of Ground Surface Heave Due to Rises in Groundwater Level. PCFC. 1991 - 1996

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