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Professor Andrew Tyler

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Biological and Environmental Sciences University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Professor Andrew Tyler

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Professor of Environmental Science Head of Biological & Environmental Sciences Operating with earth observation (EO) technology through to the development of in-situ techniques, my research focusses on the impact and fate of pollutants in a changing environment. Specialisations include environmental radioactivity and water quality. Activities (Current and Recent)

2000 - 2009: Appointed to DPAG (Dounreay Particle Advisory Group) 2008 - present: Convener of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) working Group: Nuclear Instrumentation Subcommittee 45B-Environmental Radiation Protection 2009 - present: Member of the Particle Recovery Advisory Group (Dounreay): PRAG(D). 2011 - present: Member of the Dalgety Bay Particle Advisory Group (DBPAG). 2009 - present: The Committee for the Coordinating Group for Environmental Radioactivity (COGER) 2011 - present: DANUBIUS. Member advising on the science case for a Romanian Government led EU proposal for a new Science Institute in the Danube Delta. 2012: Chair of the National Committee 2 of the British Standards Institute (BSi), reviewing ISO and IEC standards for Radiation Protection. 2013-2016: Committee Member of the International Ocean-Colour Coordinating Group (IOCCG)

Other Academic Activities

Dalgety Bay Particle Advisory Group
Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA)
Provide expert advice to SEPA on the radium contaminated land and particles

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