Claire F Hunt, BSc, MSc
Claire is Option Convenor for Integrated Water Management on the Centre for Environmental Policy's MSc in Environmental Technology.
Claire's recent research interests have focused on pollution of the marine environment, including the impacts of microplastics and the effectiveness of voluntary remediation measures.
Other interests include the environmental concerns of the water companies: taste and odour in drinking water, micropollutants and wastewater treatment, the revised bathing waters directive and the development of the Water Footprint concepts to incorporate environmental stress.
Recent work for DEFRA has investigated knowledge gaps regarding the impact of urban diffuse water pollution, and how to develop integrated urban interventions so that they yield multiple benefits such as pollution reduction, flooding control and improved health outcomes.
Emanuelsson MAE, McIntyre N, Hunt CF, Mawle R, Kitson J, Voulvoulis N et al., 2014, Flood risk assessment for infrastructure networks, JOURNAL OF FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT, Vol: 7, Pages: 31-41, ISSN: 1753-318X
Rowsell VF, Tangney P, Hunt C, Voulvoulis N et al., 2010, Estimating Levels of Micropollutants in Municipal Wastewater, WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION, Vol: 206, Pages: 357-368, ISSN: 0049-6979