STELAR-S2S

project partners

This project is very fortunate to benefit from a series of important collaborations with our project partners. Without their considerable help this project simply would not be possible. Links to our partners’ web pages and short descriptions of their roles in the project are provided below:

Paradis Someth

  • Mekong River Commission
  • Paradis and his team at the Mekong River Commission are key knowledge exchange partners, as well as supplying vital logistical support for our fieldwork campaigns.

Anthony Aufdenkampe

  • Stroud Water Research Center
  • Dr Aufdenkampe is helping us to understand how floodplain sedimentation affects biogeochemical cycling.

Tom Drake

  • Office of Naval Research (ONR)
  • Dr Drake is directing ONR funded work on sediment dynamics through the Mekong Delta. We are working closely to build a true ‘Source to Sink’ study of the Mekong Basin.

Marc Goichot

  • WWF – Greater Mekong
  • Dr Goichot is a key knowledge exchange partner, helping us ensure that our project maximises its societal impact.

Matti Kummu

  • Water and Development Research Group
    Aalto University, Finland
  • Dr Kummu is aiding us by providing hydrological model simulations of the Mekong Basin.

Bob Hilton

  • Durham University
  • We are working with Dr Hilton in order to understand the geochemical fluxes which occur through the Mekong and other large river systems.

Chuck Nittrouer

  • School of Oceanography, University of Washington
  • Professor Nittroeur is leading the ONR study on sediment dynamics through the Mekong Delta. We are working closely with him to build a true ‘Source to Sink’ study of the Mekong Basin.

Jeff Richey

  • School of Oceanography, University of Washington
  • We are working with Professor Richey to understand how the Mekong’s flow and sediment dynamics affect biogeochemical cycling.

Dinh Cong San

  • Center of River training and Natural Disaster Protection, Southern Institute of Water Resources Research, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Dr San advises on the implications of our work for the future sustainability of the Mekong Delta.

Chris Simpson

  • Fulcrum Graphic Communications Inc.
  • Chris is the STELAR project web-designer as well as a GIS analyst.