Dr Richard Randle-Boggis

  • Affiliate (School of Engineering)

Research interests

I am an environmental scientist with a focus on sustainable development. My interdisciplinary background includes renewable energy, sustainable infrastructure, environmental change impacts, microbial ecology, and industrial environmental management.

Currently I am developing a research proposal to tackle electrification and food security challenges in East Africa. I am also researching the microbial ecology in enhanced, decentralised sanitation systems in SE Asia to determine their performance and reliability, ultimately reducing waste and the spread of diseases.

Previously I created a decision-support tool for renewable energy developers to assess the impacts of solar park management on ecosystem services (e.g. greenhouse gas fluxes, biodiversity and habitat provision). Before that I evaluated DNA sequence analysis methods and researched the impacts of increased flooding events on microbial ecosystems and greenhouse gas emissions.


Publications

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2019

Connelly, S. , Pussayanavin, T., Randle-Boggis, R., Wicheansan, A., Jampathong, S., Keating, C. , Ijaz, U. Z. , Sloan, W. and Koottatep, T. (2019) Solar Septic Tank: next generation sequencing reveals effluent microbial community composition as a useful index of system performance. Water, 11(12), 2660. (doi: 10.3390/w11122660)

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Articles

Connelly, S. , Pussayanavin, T., Randle-Boggis, R., Wicheansan, A., Jampathong, S., Keating, C. , Ijaz, U. Z. , Sloan, W. and Koottatep, T. (2019) Solar Septic Tank: next generation sequencing reveals effluent microbial community composition as a useful index of system performance. Water, 11(12), 2660. (doi: 10.3390/w11122660)

This list was generated on Wed Jul 15 05:35:05 2020 BST.