Author Archives: Trevor Bond

About Trevor Bond

A Geomorphology Technical Officer at the Environment Agency. All opinions expressed herein are my own and do not necessary reflect the views of my employer.

The Inaugural England River Prize

Trevor Bond introduces the Inaugural England River Prize! Continue reading

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Boscastle 2004 revisited

Trev recently visited Boscastle to see how one of England’s best known coastal villages was getting on following a catastrophic flood event in 2004. Continue reading

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The geomorphic effects of river dredging

Just what happens to a river when you dredge it? What’s the geomorphic response and is it what we want? Trev investigates Continue reading

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Monday morning – a poem about cows pooing in rivers

Originally posted on The Geography and Environment postgraduate blog:
So it’s good to have a healthy laugh at yourself once in a while, right? Nice to be able to just let go and be creative. A PhD can be pretty…

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The EU RESTORE Rivers Wiki

Trev takes some time to introduce and explain the European RESTORE Rivers Wiki; a valuable tool for river managers Continue reading

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The only way (for nature) is Essex

The only way for nature is Essex…perhaps! Continue reading

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Why not spend Valentine’s Day by a river?

It’s Valentine’s Day! Show some love to your river! Continue reading

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