Imperial College London

DrAnnaFreeman

Faculty of Natural SciencesCentre for Environmental Policy

Research Associate
 
 
 
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Contact

 

anna.freeman

 
 
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Location

 

Weeks BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Anna is an environmental scientist with over 15 years' experience, specialising in environmental management, water quality, freshwater ecology, and climate risk.

Her recent project at the University of Reading involved evaluating the effects of climate change on a series of risk indicators (heat-health alerts, fire warning systems, droughts, floods, etc.) across the UK. This multi-disciplinary work focused on providing information about potential consequences of climate change in terms directly relevant to policymakers. Prior to this, she collaborated with a Pan-European team of freshwater ecologists exploring the relationship between ecology and health of urban freshwater environments and public wellbeing.

Anna holds a PhD in Geography and Environmental Sciences (University of Reading); her study was centred around the catchment-scale ecology and water quality in the River Thames (based at UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology). She is a member of the Freshwater Biological Association and British Ecological Society.

Publications

Journals

Arnell NW, Freeman A, Kay AL, et al., 2021, Indicators of climate risk in the UK at different levels of warming, Environmental Research Communications, Vol:3, ISSN:2515-7620

Arnell NW, Freeman A, 2021, The impact of climate change on policy‚Äźrelevant indicators of temperature extremes in the United Kingdom, Climate Resilience and Sustainability, ISSN:2692-4587

Arnell NW, Freeman A, Gazzard R, 2021, The effect of climate change on indicators of fire danger in the UK, Environmental Research Letters, Vol:16, ISSN:1748-9326

Arnell NW, Freeman A, 2021, The effect of climate change on agro-climatic indicators in the UK, Climatic Change, Vol:165, ISSN:0165-0009

Arnell NW, Kay AL, Freeman A, et al., 2021, Changing climate risk in the UK: A multi-sectoral analysis using policy-relevant indicators, Climate Risk Management, Vol:31, ISSN:2212-0963

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