Safeguarding and Improving Raw Water Quality by Increasing Catchment Resilience
Carolin Vorstius is a PhD student at the University of Dundee and the James Hutton Institute. Her research focuses on the role that an integrated catchment resilience approach can play in improving raw water quality, especially with regard to climate change and future land-use changes. Carolin holds a Diplom in Environmental Sciences from the Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany, and an MSc in Catchment Hydrology and Management from the University of Dundee. Prior to starting the PhD, Carolin worked for WWF Germany on issues around marine fisheries and sustainable seafood.
To view Carolin's latest knowledge exchange outputs please use the relevant links below:
- Drinking Water Catchments in Scotland – Risks from Climate and Land Use Change (Presentation)
- Catchment Characteristics and Water Quality of Scottish Drinking Water Catchments (Poster)
- Assessing the Risk to Raw Water Quality for Drinking Water Purposes from Climate and Land Use Change (Presentation)
- Assessing the risk to raw water quality for drinking water purposes from climate and land use change (Poster)
- Safeguarding and Improving Raw Water Quality by Increasing Catchment Resilience (Poster)