Brack Werner

e-mail: [email protected]

Institution: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ, Leipzig, Germany

Dr. Werner Brack is head of the Department of Effect-Directed Analysis. His research focuses on complex environmental contamination with a special emphasis on the development and application of integrated procedures for the isolation and identification of toxicants in environmental mixtures (such as sediments, soils, groundwater and surface waters). He used to coordinate the EU- funded Integrated Project MODELKEY (FP6, 2005-2010) and is presently coordinating the ITN EDA-EMERGE (FP7, 2011-2015) and the Collaborative Project SOLUTIONS (FP7, 2013-2018) both focusing on the identification and assessment of emerging pollutants. Werner Brack is heading the Working Group on EDA in the European Network on emerging pollutant NORMAN. He has published about 90 ISI listed papers with more than 1900 citations.

Involvement in GLOBAQUA: He is member of the GLOBAQUA Advisory Board, and supports the collaboration GLOBAQUA - SOLUTIONS

Cliff Dahm

e-mail: [email protected]

Institution: University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

"Dr. Dahm is a Professor in the Biology department and Director of the BioAnnex Analystical Laboratories. He is an ecosystem ecologist with expertise in restoration ecology, biogeochemistry, microbial ecology, hydrology, climatology and aquatic ecology, and emphasizes interdisciplinary approaches required for understanding aquatic ecosystems. He has served as Lead Scientist for the Delta Science (CALFED Bay-Delta) Program, Director of the Freshwater Sciences Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program (IGERT) at UNM, Program Director for the Division of Environmental Biology of the National Science Foundation, President of the North American Benthological Society (Society for Freshwater Science), and as interim director of the Sevilleta LTER program. "

Involvement in GLOBAQUA: He is member of the GLOBAQUA Advisory Board.

Concha Durán

e-mail: [email protected]

Institution: Confederación Hidrográfica del Ebro, Spain

"Degree in Biology and Doctor by the University of Zaragoza. Superior technical of the Water Commission in the Ebro River Basin Authority (Spain). At present, Head of the Department of Control of the Ecological Status within the Quality Water Area at this Organism. In her area of work, she is involved in the management and development of studies on the control of biological quality of surface waters –rivers, lakes and dams-in the Ebro basin and the development of biological indicators to implement the Water Framework Directive in this basin. She has coordinated numerous works to manage the spread of zebra mussel pest, besides other invasive alien species present in the Ebro basin. During her professional activity, she has given many talks, participated in round tables and attended to a great variety of conferences of environmental matter, as well as to be author in more than 50 scientific articles.

Involvement in GLOBAQUA: Her participation in GLOBAQUA will help to facilitate the relationships between the different stakeholders involved in the management of water as a scarce resource in the Ebro basin, and to provide descriptive data of their water bodies and other variables of interest (physico-chemical, biological, hydrogeological data,...) which will allow to evaluate the effect of different stressors on water quality and other factors affecting it.

Mandy Fletton

e-mail: [email protected]

Institution: Anglian Water Services Limited , UK

Currently I am Environmental Regulation Manager for Anglian Water Services Ltd (UK), responsible for a team of 11 scientists whose primary role is to obtain the relevant regulatory authorisations for any of the company's operations or activities that may have an impact on the environment. Prior to this role I have worked in the laboratory analytical services, drinking water regulation and operational parts of the company.

Involvement in GLOBAQUA: Anglian Water Services Ltd is a water and wastewater services provider to domestic and industrial customers in the east of England, operating within the Anglian River Basin District. My work involves close liaison with the UK regulators in their work to establish the environmental improvements required in the River Basin to meet Water Framework Directive targets. I have an in depth knowledge of the Anglian River Basin, the pressures it faces and the requirements of the Water Framework Directive so I am very pleased to be involved and support the important work of the GLOBAQUA Project as a stakeholder.

Hintelmann Holger

e-mail: [email protected]

Institution: Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

Dr. Holger Hintelmann, a Professor of Chemistry and of Environmental Science is currently Dean of Science at Trent University. His research focuses on the speciation and fate of metals in the environment. He is involved in a number of national and international field studies, covering diverse ecosystems from the Arctic to the Amazon. His group is exploring the fractionation of mercury isotopes in the environment to unravel the biogeochemical cycling of mercury and the use of isotope fingerprints to track mercury from pollution sources to remote locations. He (co)authored over 100 peer-review papers and served on several Science Advisory Boards.

Involvement in GLOBAQUA: He is member of the GLOBAQUA Advisory Board.

Dragana Milovanovic

e-mail: [email protected]

Institution: Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection Water Directorate, Bulevar Umetnosti 2a, 11070 Belgrade Serbia

Mrs. Dragana Milovanovic, Master degree - civil engineer I was born on November 18, 1961. 1986, I graduated on the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade - Department for Hydrotechnics. Work experience: Ocober 2003- until now I am employed in the Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection - Water Directorate. Currently, I am the Head of Department for International Cooperation. I am: responsible for coordination of bilateral and multilateral cooperation activities in water sector, responsible for WFD transposition and implementation and member of the Bureau of UN Water Convention 1987-2003 I worked at the Institute for the Development of Water Resources "Jaroslav Cerni"

Involvement in GLOBAQUA: She is member of the GLOBAQUA Advisory Board

Paolo Negri

e-mail: [email protected]

Institution: Agenzia Provinciale per la Protezione dell'Ambiente, Trento (Italy)

Degree in Environmental sciences at the University of Venice. Expert on freshwater ecosystems in particular monitoring and restoration. Consultacy work for various public and private institutions and NGO’s. Working experience abroad and on different EC funded projects. Currently working for the Environment Agency of the Province of Trento (Italy)

Involvement in GLOBAQUA: He is member of the GLOBAQUA Advisory Board. Pilot site stakeholders for the river Adige basin (Italy)

Enrique Playán

e-mail: [email protected]

Institution: Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Insvestigaciones Científicas, Zaragoza, Spain

Enrique Playán is a Research Professor of CSIC at the Aula Dei Experimental Station (Zaragoza, Spain). He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (1989), and a PhD in Irrigation Engineering from Utah State University, Logan, UT, USA (1992). With research interests concerning irrigation system analysis and design, irrigation districts and irrigation hydrology, Prof. Playán has performed research and development activities on a number of international and national research projects in the last twenty years, and published dozens of papers in irrigation journals.

Involvement in GLOBAQUA: He is member of the GLOBAQUA Advisory Board.

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