Charles Perfect

David Pryce
Tory Milner
 
David Gilvear
Centre Director
Nigel Willby
Centre Director
Colin Bull
Senior Consultant
Stuart Bradley
Technician
Charles Perfect
Research Ecologist
Antoine Keruzoré
PhD Research
Alan Law
PhD Research
Melanie Van Niekerk
PhD Research
David Pryce
PhD Research
Fiona Thompson
PhD Reserach
Edward Nelson
PhD Research
 
   

David Pryce BSc.
Research Student


e-mail: d.j.pryce@stir.ac.uk

David Pryce

Research

This PhD research project is examining the biology, hydrology and chemistry of the hyporheic zone of gravel-bed rivers in Scotland. The work follows a pilot project undertaken for SNH in 2005; during this work 22 taxa from 12 invertebrates groups (including one species new to Scotland) were recorded in the hyporheos of a small number of sites on the river Spey, Tay and Dee.

PhD Project

Hyporehic biodiversity within the gravel-bed rivers of Scotland: a three-dimensional perspective.

Funding: Scottish Natural Heritage and the University of Stirling

Supervison: Dr Nigel Willby, Stirling University. Prof David Gilvear, Stirling University

Start Date: 1st October 2007

Qualifications

 

   

David Pryce BSc.
Research Student


e-mail: d.j.pryce@stir.ac.uk