Malcolm Graham is currently a PhD student in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College London. His current research involves the development of computer simulations to characterise the saline-freshwater interface in coastal aquifers, using measurements of self-potential.
Malcolm completed his undergraduate degree in geophysics at the University of Edinburgh in 2003, followed by an MSc in hydrogeology at the University of Birmingham, which he completed in 2005. He has been working as a hydrogeologist for the last 9 years, conducting a variety of groundwater investigations in the UK, Australia and Uganda.
His previous work includes the development of numerical groundwater models, assessment of groundwater-surface water interactions using isotopic signatures, design and installation of groundwater monitoring and production bores, development of regional groundwater resource assessments, provision of groundwater management advice to government agencies and the design of groundwater monitoring and remediation systems.
Graham, MT, Ball, DF, Dochartaigh, BÉÓ & MacDonald, AM 2009. Using transmissivity, specific capacity and borehole yield data to assess the productivity of Scottish aquifers. QJEGH, 42, 227-235.
MacDonald, AM, Hughes, AG, Auton, CA, Lapworth, DJ, Mansour, MM, Vounaki,T, Finlayson, A, Graham, MT, 2012. Groundwater, flooding and superficial deposits in the Findhorn catchment. In: BHS 11th National Symposium, Hydrology for a Changing World, Dundee, Scotland, 2012.
Mansour, M; Hughes, O; O Dochartaigh, BÉÓ; Graham, MT. 2008. Representation of Urban Recharge Processes in the Distributed Recharge Model (ZOODRM) of the Glasgow urban area, Scotland. In: MODFLOW and More 2008: Ground Water and Public Policy, Golden, Colorado,19th-21st May 2008.
Mansour, M; Hughes, A; Graham, MT; Okoronko, C. 2007 Using Monte Carlo simulations to estimate the surface run-off for a distributed recharge model in a catchment area in Scotland. In: ModelCARE 2007: Sixth International Conference on Calibration and Reliability in Groundwater Modelling. Credibility in Modelling, Copenhagen, Denmark, 9-13 Sept 2007.
Campbell, SDG, Browne, MAE, Entwisle, DC, Finlayson, A, Graham, MT, Jones, D, Fordyce, FM, Loughlin, SC, Merritt, JE, Monaghan, AA, Pouliquen, G, O Dochartaigh, BÉÓ, Whitbread, K. 2007. Accessible 3-D geoscientific spatial data to INSPIRE Scotland’s planners, developers and regulators. In: Proceedings of the Inspiring Scotland Event. Edinburgh, UK, AGI, 8pp.